Strategic Outlook of Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market in 2015

Strategic Outlook of Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market in 2015

Recap of 2014

Acquisition and partnerships with non telematics vendors aided regional market leaders to bolster and broaden global footprint.

CV Telematics Market Outlook: Recap of 2014, Global, 2015

Government mandated all trucks to be equipped with tracking devices in China.

Indian government mandated location-based systems in school buses and vans.

Brazil’s CONTRAN 245 was scheduled for % implementation at the end of 2014, and it is expected to be completely mandated by December 2015.

Russia’s ERA GLONASS mandate will be fully operational after January 2015.

Implementation of Electronic Logging Device (ELD) and eCall were delayed and expected beyond 2016.

The French government ruled out Eco tax implementation indefinitely citing obstacles (2014).

European Vehicle OEMs such as Scania, Volvo Trucks, and Daimler continued to offer factory fit telematics as a standard across a wide variety of models.

Vehicle OEMs in emerging markets such as South Africa, India, and China are geared up to offer optional telematics fitment with free services until warranty period.

TomTom, with the acquisition of Coordina and Fleetlogic, extended its geographical service offerings to regions such as France, Netherlands, and Spain.

Transics, on a contractual agreement with Almarai, entered the Middle East providing services for more than 􂀀fleet vehicles.

Customers, to get relief from the primary hurdle of initial installation and hardware cost, gradually moved their preference towards installment-based business models. The transformation was noted in markets such as South Africa, Europe, and North America.

The evolution of network connectivity from 2G to 3G resulted in service disconnections at certain areas due to compatibility issues. FMS providers addressed this by replacing the old hardware boxes with new 3G compatible models for free of cost for their existing customer-base.

The study aims to analyse and forecast the global commercial vehicle telematics market for 2015. The major focus is on market trends and regional trends in services, solutions, and technologies for specific segments such as light commercial vehicles, medium commercial vehicles, and heavy and extra heavy commercial vehicles. The study highlights the telematics opportunities by segment, application, business model, and regions, and it also offers growth/revenue analysis for vendors and regions. In addition, emerging market trends and importance of CV telematics in Big Data and cyber security are highlighted, and the market’s key predictions have been analysed. The forecast period is 2015, with 2014 as the base year.

  • Executive Summary
    • Recap of 2014
    • Top 6 Predictions for 2015
    • Regional Life Cycle Analysis
    • Top Market Trends That Will Drive Connected Truck Market—2015
    • Global CV Telematics Installed Base by Region Snapshot
    • 2015 Telematics Installed Base—Next Generation Markets
    • Key OEM Solutions and Dedicated Providers
    • 2014 and 2015—A Strategic Comparison
  • Research Scope and Segmentation
    • Research Scope
    • Flag Representation
    • Commercial Vehicle—Definitions and Segments
  • Key Market Trends—2015
    • Evolving FMS Vendors—Expanding Value Chain
    • Tier-1 Suppliers Foray into Telematics
    • Frost & Sullivan Regional Predictions
    • Key Regulations and Mandates—A Snapshot
  • Telematics Product Analysis—2015
    • CV Telematics Market—Solution Types
    • Regional Connected Truck Market Forecast—By Solution Types
      • Table CV Telematics Market Outlook: Connected Truck Market by Solution Types, Global, 2015
    • Regional Connected Truck Market Forecast—By Service
    • Regional Pricing and Service Model Analysis—2015
    • Regional Connected Truck Market Breakdown—Business Model Type
    • Key Product Innovations and Launches—2015
    • Key Connected Truck Product Launches—2015
  • Regional Market Trends and Analysis—2015
    • European Fleet Management Market—Overview
    • North American Fleet Management Market—Overview
    • Chinese Fleet Management Market—Overview
    • LATAM Fleet Management Market—Overview
    • Russian Fleet Management Market—Overview
    • South African Fleet Management Market—Overview
    • Turkish Fleet Management Market—Overview
    • Indian Fleet Management Market—Overview
  • Market Measurement Analysis—2015
    • Global Connected LCV and M/HCV Contribution—2014, 2015, and 2020
    • Regional Connected Truck Market Outlook—2014 and 2015
    • Regional LCV and M/HCV Telematics Penetration—2015
    • Regional Connected Truck Market Forecast—Revenue Analysis
    • Regional Analysis—By Service Revenues for 2015
  • Opportunity Analysis
    • Opportunity Analysis—By Fleet Types
    • Opportunity Analysis—By Vendors
    • Value Truck Overview
  • Competitive Analysis—2015
    • Key Vendors Analysis—North America
    • Key Vendor Analysis—Europe
    • Key Vendor Analysis—India
    • Key Vendor Analysis—Turkey
    • Key Vendor Analysis—Russia
    • Key Vendor Analysis—South Africa
    • Key Vendor Analysis—China
    • Key Vendor Analysis—LATAM
    • Regional Connected Truck Market—OEM Analysis
    • OEM vs Third-Party Penetration—By Region
  • Emerging Market Trends
    • Future of Urban Logistics Distribution
    • Video Surveillance in Trucks—A Snapshot
    • Telematics and Driver Simulator Training Relationship
    • Importance of Driving Simulators to OEMs
    • Truck Platooning—Fleet Angle
    • Vision of the Future—Smart Connected Trucks, Roads, and Cities
  • Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
  • Appendix
    • Market Engineering Methodology
    • Table of Acronyms Used
    • Connected Truck Research Program
    • Commercial Vehicle Telematics Research Program

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