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Connected Vehicles: Market and Forecast for LTE and Telematics Applications 2015 - 2020

Connected Vehicles: Market and Forecast for LTE and Telematics Applications 2015 - 2020

Connected vehicles represent one of the most important innovation areas for LTE technology, which also adds a new dimension for the transportation systems. Connected vehicle refers to the use of IoT and LTE technology in the car with the use of smartphones or other technologies typically manifest as handheld or wearable devices. The basic solutions involve: Navigation, Telematics and Infotainment.

This study reveals that consumers prefer on customized connected technology but with it comes the risk of security breaches. In fact some incidents have happened with connected vehicle because of drivers’ lack of awareness on security as the same time cyber-criminals trap to the user.

Mind Commerce assesses the connected vehicle landscape, evaluates supporting technologies, and analyzes consumer preference with forecasting of future connected vehicles in major sectors. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

Target Audience:
Mobile network operators
Automobile manufacturers
Wireless device manufacturers
Network infrastructure providers
Application and content developers
Telematics and M2M service providers

General Methodology

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We rely heavily upon our Subject Matter Experts (SME) in terms of their market knowledge, unique perspective, and vision. We utilize SME industry contacts as well as previous customers and participants in our market surveys and interactive interviews.

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We share preliminary models with industry contacts (select previous clients, experts, and thought leaders) to verify the veracity of initial modeling. Prior to final report production (analysis, findings, and conclusions), we engage in an internal review with internal SMEs as well as cross-expertise, senior staff members to challenge results.

We believe that forecasts should be prepared as part of an integrated process which involves both quantitative as well as qualitative factors. We follow the following 3-step process for forecasting.

Forecasting Methodology

Step 1 - Forecasts Input: The inputs for the present and historical revenues are derived from industry players. Financial and other quantitative data for individual sub-market categories are derived from original research and tested with interviews with major industry constituents.

Step 2 - Forecasting of Future Years: Mind Commerce extends forecasts based on a variety of factors including demand drivers as well as supply side data. Key success factors and assumptions are considered.

Step 3 - Validation of Data: The final step is to validate projections, which is accomplished in consultation with both internal and external industry experts, including both topic and regional experts. Adjustments are made to the forecasts based on factors identified throughout this process.


1.0 Executive Summary
2.0 Introduction
2.1 Overview Of The Connected Vehicle Industry In Lte
2.2 Overview
2.2.1 Goals And Objectives
2.2.2 Audience
2.2.3 Mentioned Companies
3.0 Evolution Of Lte Technology In Automated Car Industry
4.0 Global Connected Cars Market By Technology
4.1 Fourth Generation (4g) Cellular
4.1.1 Long Term Evolution (Lte)
4.1.2 Lte Advanced
4.2 Other Notable Cellular Data Options
4.3 Wifi And Wimax
4.3.1 Wifi
4.3.2 Wimax
4.4 Machine-to-machine (M2m) Communications
4.4.1 Cellular Data Transport Options For M2m
4.4.2 Gprs (General Purpose Radio Service)
4.4.3 1xrtt Or Cdma2000
4.4.4 Cdpd (Cellular Digital Packet Data Protocol)
4.4.5 Lte For M2m
5.0 Major Connectivity On Connected Vehicles
5.1 The Internet Of Things (Iot)
5.2 Embedded Devices
5.3 Lte Direct
5.3.1 Peer-to-peer Services Via Lte Direct
5.3.2 Vehicle-related Applications And Lte Direct
5.4 Short-range Communication Solutions
5.4.1 Bluetooth
5.4.1 Other Short Range Technologies
5.4.1 Dedicated Short-range Communications (Dsrc)
5.5 Machine-to-machine (M2m) Communications
5.6 Telemetry And Telematics
5.7 Wireless Devices
5.7.1 Devices Optimized For Connected Vehicles
5.7.2 Wireless Os Comparison
5.8 Cloud Service Ecosystem In Connected Vehicle Management
6.0 Connected Car Market Overview
6.1 Introduction To Connected Vehicles
6.2 Connected Vehicles Market
6.3 Connected Vehicle Platform And Technologies
6.4 Outlook Of Connected Car By 2020
6.4.1 Regional View Of Connected Car Shipments 2015 - 2020
6.5 Revenue In Connected Vehicle 2015-2020
6.5.1 Associated Service Market Share 2015 - 2020
6.5.2 Connected Car Revenue By Systems 2015 - 2020
6.6 Ecosystems In Connected Vehicle
7.0 Connected Vehicle Industry Analysis
7.1 Automobile Manufacturers
7.1.1 Gm
7.1.2 Ford
7.1.3 Chrysler
7.1.4 Honda
7.1.5 Toyota
7.1.6 Nissan
7.1.7 Hyundai
7.1.8 Audi
7.1.9 Bmw
7.2 Telematics Manufacturers
7.2.1 Siriusxm
7.2.2 Verizon
7.2.3 Harman
7.2.4 Qualcomm
7.2.5 Amd
7.2.6 Nvidia
7.2.7 Texas Instruments
7.2.8 Freescale
7.2.9 Nxp
7.3 Telecom Companies
7.3.1 Verizon
7.3.2 At&T
7.3.3 Sprint
7.3.4 T-mobile
8.0 Global Connected Cars Market By Applications
8.1 Navigation
8.2 Telematics
8.3 Infotainment
9.0 Security Vulnerabilities In Connected Vehicles
9.1 Classification Of Vulnerable Points
9.2 Value Chain Cyber Security Integration In Connected Vehicle
9.3 Connected Vehicle Security Vendor Market Analysis
9.4 Cloud Assisted Vehicle Security
9.5 Future Threats In Connected Vehicles
10.0 Case Analysis
10.1 Advanced Driver System Will Dominate The Automobile Industry By 2030
10.2 Smartphone Will Take The Place Of Connected Vehicles
10.3 Gm’s “car Play” Will Beat Its Competitors By 2016
11.0 Future Outlook And Challenges
11.1 Challenges In System
11.1.1 Embedded Systems Will Lead The Way For Connected Vehicles
11.1.2 Smartphone Control/Apps Is The Key Driver For Connected Vehicle
11.1.3 Tethering Will Have Steady Growth
11.2 Challenges In Security
11.3 Privacy Concerns In Automated Vehicles
11.4 Future Applications And Solutions
11.4.1 Autonomous Connected Vehicles
11.4.2 Traffic Control And Avoidance
11.4.3 Smart Safety Features
12.0 Conclusions
12.1 Wireless Carriers
12.2 Wireless Device Manufacturers
12.3 Application Developers
12.4 Automobile Manufacturers
13.0 Appendices
13.1 Lte Technology And Architecture
13.1.1 Lte Technology
13.1.2 Lte Advanced
13.1.3 Lte Infrastructure Elements And Architecture
13.2 Lte Architecture Details
13.2.1 Service Architecture
13.2.2 Layer 2 Of Lte
13.2.3 Downlink Logical
13.2.4 Uplink Logical
13.2.5 Mobility Across Enbs
13.3 Ip Multimedia Subsystem (Ims)
13.3.1 Ims Planes
13.3.2 Ims Elements
13.3.3 Service Continuity For Voice Over Lte (Volte)
Figures
Figure 1: Connected vehicle deployment status in Major Region
Figure 2: Evolution of LTE Technology in Automated Car
Figure 3: Deployment Services for Connected Service in Car
Figure 4: Technological Advancement 1G-4G LTE Advanced
Figure 5: Essential Elements of M2M
Figure 6: Pre-LTE Cellular Data Options for M2M
Figure 7: Cloud service in connected Vehicles
Figure 8: Major Elements of Connected Car
Figure 9: Worldwide Connected Cars on Road
Figure 10: Global Connected Car Shipment vs. Total Shipments
Figure 11: Connected Vehicle Platform and Technologies
Figure 12: Outlook of Connected car by 2020
Figure 13: Regional Forecast Connected Auto Shipments 2015 – 2020
Figure 14: Connected Car Service Market Revenue 2015 - 2020
Figure 15: Connected Car Revenue by System 2015 - 2020
Figure 16: Connected Vehicles Ecosystem
Figure 17: Onstar by GM
Figure 18: Ford’s Sync System
Figure 19: UConnect by Chrysler
Figure 20: HondaLink
Figure 21: Toyota Safety Connect
Figure 22: Toyota BeSpoke
Figure 23: Nissan Leaf Telematics
Figure 24: Hyundai’s Bluelink
Figure 25: Audi TT Interior Cluster
Figure 26: BMW Connected Drive
Figure 27: Navigation System in Connected Vehicles
Figure 28: Telematics Feature Evolution 2010 - 2020
Figure 29: Infotainment Architecture in Connected Vehicles
Figure 30: Vulnerabilities in Connected Car Security
Figure 31: Value Chain Cyber Security Integration in Connected Vehicles
Figure 32: Connected Vehicle Security Vendor Market Analysis
Figure 33: Cloud Assisted Vehicle Security
Figure 34: Future Threats in Connected Vehicles
Figure 35: Opportunities in Autonomous Cars by Advance Driving Systems
Figure 36: Connection via M2M in Connected Vehicles 2015 - 2020
Figure 37: CarPlay by Chevrolet
Figure 38: Embedded System in Vehicles
Figure 39: Smartphone Based Connected Vehicle Shipments 2015 - 2020
Figure 40: System Market Share Connected Vehicles by 2020
Figure 41: LTE E-UTRAN Infrastructure Network Elements
Figure 42: LTE EPC Infrastructure Network Elements
Figure 43: Understanding LTE Network Elements and Channels
Figure 44: IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Planes
Figure 45: IMS Topology Model
Figure 46: Service Centralized and Continuity Application Server
Tables
Table 1: Service Market Revenue in Connected Cars 2015 - 2020
Table 2: Automobile Manufacturer Connected Vehicle Market Share

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