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This research service provides a strategic overview of commercial vehicles telematics market across the globe. The study discusses the penetration of embedded telematics and the market potential across different regions. It sheds light low penetration of telematics in commercial vehicles and includes growth analysis by region, country, vehicle type and services. The research service highlights key trends, fleet management vendor objectives, services and legislations across regions and their roadmaps. Overall, the study provides insights in the industry by discussing the 2012 developments in the market and future outlook for 2013. The base year is 2012 and the outlook is for the year 2013.
Big Predictions for 2013
• Low-cost solutions are likely to influence the light commercial vehicle (LCV) telematics segment in 2013. Self-installed onboard diagnostics II (OBD-II) dongles can monitor vehicle and driver behavior and integrate services, such as usage-based insurance (UBI), and regulatory mandates. Mobile devices, XRS, and Audiovox are a few examples.
• Most value-chain participants, including wireless providers, component manufacturers, and software and analytics companies, will introduce proprietary solutions in 2013. Revenue generation likely will be dominated by the business model based on how the distribution channel is defined.
• The surge of smartphone-based applications and solutions in the industry suggests non-automotive participants in the value chain will continue to grow through application development.
• Globally, regulatory mandates are paving the way for telematics. In 2013, participants in the value chain likely will focus on product development and promote solutions that support upcoming mandates, such as the eco-tax, the electronic onboard recorder (EOBR), and Brazil’s CONTRAN .
• The consolidation trend will continue, and this will strengthen vendors expanding into new geographies, addressing targeted markets and businesses, and adding features, such as UBI and smartphone-based applications.
• In 2012, vehicle manufacturers increased their presence in telematics by entering new geographies and shipping telematics boxes as standard in trucks. The increase in imports of trucks from countries such as Russia, Brazil, and China will advance the reach of OEM telematics.
Commercial vehicles (CVs), including:
• Medium commercial vehicles (MCVs)
• Heavy commercial vehicle (HCVs)
The regional markets covered in this research service are:
• North America: United States and Canada
• Europe: Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and Russia
• Asia-Pacific: Includes China, India, and Korea
• Latin America: Includes Brazil and Mexico
• Rest of World: Includes Africa and the Middle East
The aim of this research service is to provide an executive outlook of growth opportunities in the global commercial vehicle telematics market for 2013.
• Provide a strategic overview of key Mega Trends influencing the global CV industry in 2013.
• Provide market drivers, restraints, and opportunities for the global market and regional influences on the market dynamics.
• Provide insights into the global economy and the impact on freight demand in the global markets.
• Provide market forecasts of global vehicle sales of MCVs and HCVs in 2013.
• Provide the market size for advanced powertrain technologies and penetration rates on a global scale.
• Provide market share analysis on a global scale.
• Develop an actionable set of recommendations for market entry and growth.
This research service is a summary of content from several recently published and ongoing studies of the commercial vehicles telematics market. This research is also supplemented by Frost & Sullivan’s interactions with vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, and software providers in connected vehicle services.
Frost & Sullivan’s research services are based on primary and secondary research data.
Primary research entails more than X telephone interviews senior consultants/industry analysts conducted with original equipment suppliers, regulation authorities, and distributors. Primary research comprises 80 percent of the total research.
Secondary research includes the extraction of information from existing reports and project material within the Frost & Sullivan database, including data and information gathered from technical papers, specialized magazines, seminars, and the Internet.
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
• What are the predictions for 2013 in the LCV, MCV, and HCV markets globally? Which trends affected the market in 2012?
• What are the impacts of regulations across different regions, and which solutions would get a potential boost through these regulations?
• Which are the major market participants across different regions? What is the level of involvement of OEMs in telematics?
• What is the new value chain, and what changes has it brought in industry dynamics?
• Which are the key fleet management services that are likely to be favored across different regions?
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