An Analysis of the Revenue Models, Commercial Strategies & Consumer Demands that are Driving Content, Apps & Smartphone Integration
The disparity between product development cycles of the car, apps and
connected services has proved challenging for automakers, Tier ones and app
developers. TU's business intelligence report explains how to ensure your
products remain relevant to the connected-car customer.
Topics Essential to Telematics Connectivity Success
- Market prospects : Discover how infrastructure and the role of
wireless carriers will affect the connected car to develop a durable business
model to monetize in-vehicle content
- Top global innovators : Find out who is innovating to integrate
content into the vehicle to ensure you partner with the right companies and
the most suitable segments of the value chain
- Market trend critique : Learn which services and content such as
insurance, traffic and entertainment, will drive automotive sales for the next
3-5 years in order to attract the next-gen consumer
- The connected car of the future : Get up to date with the 3 most
popular apps, in order to visualize the future car and integrate that into
your product development plan to lead the market
- OEM and app developer case studies : Learn from tried and tested
content integration strategies from companies such as Volvo, Toyota and
Vodafone in order to differentiate your products
- Region-specific strategies : Identify the in-vehicle content needs
of North America, Europe, China, Brazil and Russia in order to tailor your
products and solutions to further penetrate these markets
- Technical challenges : Learn how the iPhone, tablet integration and
smartphones will affect business models to enable you to position your
products at the forefront of innovation
Leading companies who bought our previous telematics connectivity reports:
- Mercedes Benz
- Lo Jack
- Intel Corporation
- John Deere
Who are Telematics Update?
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automotive telematics space.
Our business know-how includes areas such as Insurance Telematics, Safety,
Infotainment, In-Car Content, Navigation, LBS, Fleet Management and Telematics
Our newsletter, reports and global B2B conferences unite thought-leaders from
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industries to drive innovation, build relationships and bring vehicle
connectivity to the masses.
Expert reviews from our previous Smartphone Integration Report:
"The Telematics connectivity strategies report provides an interesting
analysis of the strategies being used to bring content and apps, as well as
the integration of the smartphone into the connected car. I would recommend it
to those seeking to remain relevant in the next development cycle of the
connected car. It's a report that I am eager to come back to and consider more
Tom Blackie, VP Mobile, RealVNC
"The Telematics connectivity strategies report 2013 is a valuable and thought
provoking analysis of the connectivity space. I agree with the ideas and
conclusions made in the report, and believe that it provides an important
perspective on the evolution of the connected car. I recommend this report to
those seeking to improve their connectivity strategy and overall position in
Joseph Berry, Managing Partner, JBJ Advisors
"Telematics Update's Telematics connectivity strategies report 2013 is a
great, comprehensive summary of the industry today. I would thoroughly
recommend it to all in this domain."
Hakan Kostepen, Executive Director, Panasonic Automotive Systems America
Table of Contents
Contents & List of Figures
Take a look at the contents and list of figures below so you can see exactly
what's in the report and how it can help your business.
About Telematics Update.
Index of figures and tables.
- 1.1. Challenges to developing the connected car.
- 1.2. Premise of the report
2. Market analysis.
- 2.1. Market composition.
- 2.1.1. Brazil
- 2.1.2. US.
- 2.1.3. China.
- 2.1.4. Western Europe.
- 2.1.5. Russia.
- 2.2. Current OEM solutions.
- 2.3. The aftermarket alternative.
- 2.4. Wireless carriers.
- 2.4.1. Case study: KPN universal SIM and billing.
- 2.4.2. Case study: Vodafone.
- 2.5. Market drivers.
- 2.5.1. Smartphone.
- 2.5.2. Content
- 2.5.3. Differentiation through applications.
3. OEM business models.
- 3.1. Strategic advantage from pursuing an app store.
- 3.1.1. The alternative to the OEM app store.
- 3.1.2. Case study: Toyota.
- 3.2. The third-party value proposition.
- 3.3. Monetizing telematics.
- 3.3.1. Can content and apps be monetized?.
- 3.3.2. Monetizing an application.
- 3.3.3. High-value applications.
- 3.3.4. Monetizing subscription to a suite of applications.
- 3.3.5. Monetizing telematics functionality.
- 3.4. Indirect revenue from telematics-driven business benefits.
- 3.4.1. Customer relationship management
- 3.4.2. Brand consideration.
- 3.4.3. Cost efficiencies.
- 3.4.4. Third-party data.
- 3.5. Driving a consensus on revenue.
4. Consumer analysis.
- 4.1. Pain points of smartphone integration.
- 4.2. Content and applications.
- 4.2.1. The killer app suite: What apps must be included?.
- 4.2.2. What applications will drive automotive sales in the future?.
- 184.108.40.206. Case study: Volvo safety.
5. Market trends.
- 5.1. Which type of connectivity will be dominant?.
- 5.2. How much content will be in the car of the future?.
- 5.3. Type of content
- 5.3.1. Case study: TomTom..
- 5.4. The ideal app suite.
- 5.4.1. Radio.
- 5.4.2. Safety applications.
- 5.4.3. Vehicle management
- 5.4.4. Insurance telematics.
6. Technical challenges.
- 6.1. Managing complexity.
- 6.1.1. Case study: MirrorLink.
- 6.1.2. Case study: TuneIn.
- 6.2. Regulation and standardization.
- 6.2.1. eCall
- 6.2.2. SIMRAV.
- 6.2.3. ERA GLONASS.
- 6.2.4. US Intellidrive.
- 6.2.5. US Driver Distraction plan.
- 6.2.6. Australian C-ITS discussion.
- 6.3. Hybridization of the connected car.
7. Market forecast
- 7.1. Infrastructure.
- 7.1.1. Analogue and 2G to a 4G/LTE future.
- 7.2. Third-party influencers on OEM strategy in the future.
- 7.3. The telematics landscape.
Index of Figure and Tables
List of Figures:
- Figure 1: Breakdown of current telematics user bases of selected brands,
- Figure 2: Markets coming online. 22
- Figure 3 Installed telematics base in Brazil 23
- Figure 4: Attractiveness of telematics in Russia. 25
- Figure 5: Major telematics solutions & key markets worldwide 2012. 26
- Figure 6: Top 3 vehicles featuring GM OnStar FMV aftermarket telematics
- Figure 7: Total wireless data traffic. 28
- Figure 8: Growth in social networking usage: Facebook, Asia. 32
- Figure 9: Level of social engagement by country, 2012. 32
- Figure 10: The importance of connected services in driving OEM revenue. 32
- Figure 11: The customer value delivered by connected services. 34
- Figure 12: Telematics cost/revenue ecosystem.. 41
- Figure 13: Industry forecast: Dominant consumer charging model 42
- Figure 14: The challenges of app monetisation. 42
- Figure 15: Future of the connected car: dominant charging method. 45
- Figure 16: Telematics systems: pricing and features. China. 46
- Figure 18: Privacy vs. discount trade-off 50
- Figure 19: Who will be controlling the in-vehicle connectivity revenue
streams in 2018?. 51
- Figure 20: App suite selection process. 53
- Figure 21: Future of the connected car: Dominant connectivity type. 60
- Figure 22: Map content creation cycle. 62
- Figure 23: Analogue switch-off timetable. 64
- Figure 24: Consumer perceptions of reliability of voice and data
connectivity, 2011. 80
- Figure 25: Market forecast - timeline for 90% of vehicles having a
connectivity solution. 82
- Figure 26: Market forecast - timeline for when all new vehicles will offer
a connectivity solution. 82
- Figure 27: Market forecast - timeline for when (if at all) the embedded
black box will disappear. 83
- Figure 28: Breakdown of companies responding to TU survey, December 2012.
- Figure 29: Breakdown of primary job functions of TU infotainment survey
respondents, December 2012. 88
- Figure 30: The information gap - the most sought-after information on the
future of the connected car, December 2012 88
- Figure 31: The information gap - the most sought-after connected car
market data, November 2012. 88
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List of Tables
- Table 1: Breakdown of selected brands' current telematics user bases 2012.
- Table 2: Markets coming online. 19
- Table 3: Major telematics solutions & key markets worldwide, 2012. 23
- Table 4: Typical data usage from habitual smartphone actions. 25
- Table 5: Typical data plan allowances in the US and UK. 25
- Table 6: Most influential Chinese social networks*. 29
- Table 7: Automotive OEM's connected services strategy. 42
- Table 8: Deriving value from data. 46
- Table 9: Top 5 iPhone navigation applications UK, US, Russia, Germany &
- Table 10: Top 5 iPhone music applications UK, US, Russia, Germany & China.
- Table 11: Top 5 iPhone social applications UK, US, Russia, Germany &
- Table 12: Top 5 iPhone overall applications UK, US, Russia, Germany &
- Table 13: Top 5 Google Play transport applications UK, US, Russia, Germany
& China. 50
- Table 14: Top 5 Google Play music applications UK, US, Russia, Germany &
- Table 15: Top 5 Google Play social applications UK, US, Russia, Germany &
- Table 16: Top 5 Google play overall applications UK, US, Russia, Germany &
- Table 17: Safety concerns in the US. 52
- Table 18: Volvo safety benefits. 52
- Table 19: Existing app suite landscape, 2012. 59
- Table 20: Cell phone and texting restrictions, US. 67
- Table 21: European cell phone, texting round-up. 67
- Table 22: Example of C-ITS applications. 70
- Table 23: Regulatory landscape to 2020: EU, Brazil, Australia, US, Russia.
- Table 24: Future of the connected car: which will be the dominant
connectivity type?. 73