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Telematics & Smart Vehicles

Telematics & Smart Vehicles

Infotainment & Commercial Uses, Insurance & Vehicle Recovery 2012-2016

Publisher: Juniper Research
Date Published: 13/03/2012
Category: Mobile Markets & Strategies
No of Pages: 96
Coverage: Global - 8 Key Regions ◊
 

Overview

· Consumer & Commercial Forecasts

· Unique Business Model evaluation

· Comprehensive Use-Case Analysis

This comprehensive report addresses the vehicular telematics industry from a wide range of use-cases, not only breaking down this sector into commercial and consumer telematics but also considering the impact of the app/smartphone ecosystem and the emerging insurance telematics and stolen vehicle recovery sectors.

This in-depth study explores the entire telematics market-place from both a consumer and a commercial perspective. It identifies the key drivers supporting the industry as well as the challenges ahead.

The Report Covers:

Smart Infotainment. The report examines the vital role of the smartphone in bringing the mobile internet into the in-car environment. Readers will gain in-depth understanding of the market for smartphone tethering and the potential revenues from the emerging in-vehicle multimedia environment.

Status, Trends, Applications. Juniper assesses the world of Telematics as it stands today and considers the ways the industry will develop in the future - readers will benefit from unrivalled knowledge of the key technologies driving this burgeoning sector of the mobile ecosystem as well as a breakdown of the most promising applications spurring the market forward.

Drivers & Hurdles Pinpointed. This unique study reveals the major opportunities and challenges that exist within the telematics market, identifying the efficiency gains in the commercial telematics, the game-changing nature of smartphone tethering in consumer telematics as well as the identifying the prospective obstacles that characterise the market.

Key Features of the Report:

Juniper's Five Year Forecasts - The forecasts cover both the size of the current market, and the market as it is forecast to develop to 2016 across several areas within the broader telematics market. The forecasts are split by consumer and commercial telematics and cover the adoption of telematics by vehicle and associated revenues. The report also covers the number of vehicles with insurance telematics & stolen vehicle recovery, alongside subscription costs and service revenues. The number of vehicles with smartphone tethering is also forecast together with associated forecast revenues. All forecast cover the period from 2011-2016.

Player Profiles & Positioning - Gives readers an unimpeded view of the telematics industry through profiles of fleet management companies, stolen vehicle recovery specialists, software and chipset designers and automotive manufacturers including:

• Daimler Fleetboard
• Ford Sync
• Ituran
• Kore Telematics
• MirrorLink
• MiX Telematics
• Neusoft
• NXP
• Octo Telematics
• Onstar
• RealVNC
• Trimble

Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Market Applications, Drivers & Technologies

1.1 Introduction 17
1.2 Report Scope 18
1.3 The Automotive Industry 18
1.3.1 Automotive Trends 19
Table 1.1: Vehicle Sales Full Year 2010 by Country 20
1.4 Telematic Definitions and Current Status 21
1.4.1Consumer and Commercial Vehicular Telematics 22
i. Consumer Applications 22
ii. Commercial Applications 22
Figure 1.1: Telematics Uses and Applications 23
1.4.3 Engine Management and In-Vehicle Networks 23
i. CAN-Bus 24
Figure 1.2: CAN-Bus Interaction with Telematics 24
1.5 Drivers and Inhibitors 25
Figure 1.3: Telematics Drivers and Inhibitors 25
1.5.1 Drivers 25
i. Technology Drivers 25
ii. Industry Drivers 26
iii. The Impact of Regulation 26
iv. OICA View 27
v. Case Study Brief: eCall 27
1.5.2 Inhibitors 27
1.6 Telematics Technologies 28
Figure 1.4 Telematics Technology Ecosystem 28
1.6.1 2G, 3G and LTE 28
1.6.2 GPS 29
1.6.3 WiFi 29
1.7 Conclusion 29

Telematics Players & Business Models

2.1 Introduction 31
2.2 Recent Developments and Initiatives 31
2.2.1 Microsoft and Toyota Partner on Telematics Cloud Services 32
2.2.2 Onstar, Alcatel Lucent Team up in China for 4G Demo 32
2.2.3 IBM developing Web store for telematics apps for ZF Friedrichshafen 32
2.2.4 Vehicle Manufacturers Embark on Initiative to Incorporate the Smartphone into the Vehicle 33
i. Cadillac 33
ii. Mercedes 33
iii. Audi 33
iv. Kia 33
2.2.5 Telenor Connexion and Nissan Collaborate on Electric Vehicle Charging 33
2.2.6 Nokia Siemens, Smartlab Partner on Electric Vehicle Charging 34
2.3 Telematics Stakeholders 34
Figure 2.1 Telematics Stakeholders 34
2.3.1 Chipset and Module Manufacturers 35
i. Case Study Brief: Qualcomm 35
2.3.2 Network Operators 36
i. Case Study: Everything Everywhere 36
ii. Connectivity Enablers 37
2.3.3 Strategic Directions 37
i. TomTom Case Study 37
2.4 Conclusion 38

Consumer Telematics

3.1 Introduction 39
3.2 OEM and After-Market Telematics 40
3.3 The Changing Role of the Smartphone 40
i. Case Study: MirrorLink 41
Figure 3.1: Diagramatic Representation of MirrorLink 41
Figure 3.2: MirrorLink: Technical Configuration 42
3.4 Infotainment 42
3.4.1 Case Study: Mercedes-Benz mBrace2 43
3.5 Consumer Telematics Forecasts 43
3.5.1 OEM and After-Market Telematics 43
Figure 3.3: Consumer Telematics Forecast Methodology (Vehicles with Embedded Devices) 44
Figure 3.4: Installed Base of Consumer Vehicles (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 44
Table 3.1: Installed Base of Consumer Vehicles (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 45
Table 3.2: Percentage of Vehicles Adopting Telematics, Take-up of Telematics Services Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 46
Figure 3.5: Number of Consumer Vehicles with Telematics Installed (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 46
Table 3.3: Number of Consumer Vehicles with Telematics Installed (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 47
3.5.2 Consumer Vehicle Telematics Service Revenues 47
Table 3.4: Monthly Consumer Vehicles Telematics Subscription Costs ($) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 48
Figure 3.6: Service Revenues from Consumer Telematics ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 48
Table 3.5: Service Revenues from Consumer Telematics ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 49
3.6 Smartphone Tethering & In-Vehicle Apps 50
3.6.1 Forecast Methodology for Smartphone Tethering 50
Figure 3.7: Forecast Methodology for Smartphone Tethering 51
Table 3.6: Percentage of Vehicles with Smartphone Tethering Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 51
Figure 3.8: Number of Vehicles with Smartphone Tethering (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 52
Table 3.7: Number of Vehicles with Smartphone Tethering (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 53
3.6.2 Revenues from Smartphone Tethering 53
Table 3.8: Annual Revenue Generated per Tethered Vehicle ($) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 54
Figure 3.9: Revenues from Smartphone Tethering ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 54
Table 3.9: Revenues from Smartphone Tethering ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 54
3.7 Insurance Telematics and Pay As You Drive 55
i. Case Study: Norwich Union PAYD 56
3.7.1 PAYD Roll Outs 56
Table 3.10: Selected Insurance Telematics Services 57
3.8 Insurance Telematics Forecasts 57
3.8.1 Insurance Telematics Forecast Methodology 57
Figure 3.10: Insurance Telematics Forecast Methodology 58
Table 3.11: Percentage of Vehicles with PAYD Insurance Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 59
Figure 3.11: Number of Vehicles with PAYD Insurance Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 59
Table 3.12: Number of Vehicles with PAYD Insurance (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 60
3.8.2 Insurance Telematics Revenues 60
Table 3.13: Annual PAYD Insurance Premium ($) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 60
Figure 3.12: Insurance Revenues from PAYD Vehicles ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 61
Table 3.14: Insurance Revenues from PAYD Vehicles ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 61
3.9 Stolen Vehicle Recovery 62
3.9.1 Stolen Vehicle Recovery Current Status 62
3.9.2 Stolen Vehicle Recovery Forecast Methodology 63
Figure 3.13: Stolen Vehicle Recovery Forecast Methodology 63
Table 3.15: Regional Percentage Take-up of Stolen Vehicle Recovery (Excluding RF-based Systems) Split by 8 Key Regions 64
Figure 3.14: Number of Vehicles (m) with Mobile Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service Installed Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 65
Table 3.16: Number of Vehicles (m) with Mobile Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service Installed Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 65
3.9.3 Stolen Vehicle Recovery Revenues 66
Table 3.17: Annual Cost of Stolen Vehicle Recovery Subscriptions ($), 2011 66
Figure 3.15: Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service Revenues ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 66
Table 3.18: Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service Revenues ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 67
3.10 Conclusion 67

Commercial Telematics

4.1 Introduction 70
4.2 Market Sophistication 70
Figure 4.1 Commercial Telematics, Diagrammatic Representation 71
4.2.1 Trends in the Commercial Telematics Market 71
4.3 Cost Savings and Benefits 72
4.4 Commercial Telematics Forecasts 72
4.4.1 Forecast Methodology for Commercial Telematics 73
Figure 4.2: Commercial Telematics Methodology 73
Figure 4.3: Commercial Vehicle Installed Base (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 74
Table 4.1: Commercial Vehicle Installed Base (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 74
Table 4.2: Percentage of Take-up of Telematics in Commercial Vehicles Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 75
Figure 4.4: Number of Commercial Vehicles (m) with Telematics Installed Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 75
Table 4.3: Number of Commercial Vehicles (m) with Telematics Installed Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 76
4.4.2 Commercial Telematics Revenues 76
Figure 4.5: Revenues from Commercial Telematics ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 76
Table 4.4: Revenues from Commercial Telematics ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2011-2016 77
4.5 Conclusion 77

Player Profiles and Positioning

5.1 Introduction 78
5.2 Consumer Vehicle Manufacturer Strategies 78
Table 5.1: Automotive Manufacturer's Telematics Services 79
5.3 Player Profiles 80
5.3.1 Onstar 80
i. Corporate 80
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 80
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 81
iv. Juniper's View: Onstar's Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 81
5.3.2 Daimler Fleetboard 81
i. Corporate 81
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 82
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 82
iv. Juniper's View: Daimler FleetBoard Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 82
5.3.3 Octo Telematics 83
i. Corporate 83
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 83
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 83
iv. Juniper's View: Octo Telematics Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 83
5.3.4 MiX Telematics 84
i. Corporate 84
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 84
Figure 5.1: MiX Telematics: Key Products and Focus Areas 85
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 85
iv. Juniper's View: MiX Telematics Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 86
5.3.5 NXP 86
i. Corporate 86
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 86
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 87
iv. Juniper's View: NXP Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 87
5.3.6 RealVNC 87
i. Corporate 87
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 88
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 88
iv. Juniper's View: RealVNC Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 89
5.3.7 Trimble 89
i. Corporate 89
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 89
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 90
iv. Juniper's View: Trimble's Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 90
5.3.8 Ituran 91
i. Corporate 91
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 91
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 91
iv. Juniper's View: Ituran Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 92
5.3.9 Ford SYNC 92
i. Corporate 92
ii. Service Offering and Business Model 93
iii. Partnerships and Adoption 93
iv. Juniper's View: Ford Sync Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities 93
5.4 Conclusion 94
Figure 5.2: Telematics Use Cases, Relative Development 94

Companies Referenced

Companies Profiled

Daimler Fleetboard, Ford Sync, Ituran, Kore Telematics, MirrorLink, MiX Telematics, Neusoft, NXP, Octo Telematics, Onstar, RealVNC, Trimble

Case Studies

eCall, Everything Everywhere, MirrorLink, Qualcomm, TomTom

Companies Mentioned

AIOI Insurance, Alcatel Lucent, Apple, Audi, Aviva, AZ Logica, Bentley, BestBuy, BMW, Bugatti, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Citroen, Cobra, Compass, CSR, Cybit, Daihatsu, Deutsche Telekom, Duisburger Versorgungs- und Verkehrsgesellschaft mbH, Fiat, Fleet Telematics, Ford, France Telecom, Galileo, General Motors, GMAC Insurance, Google, Hino, Hollard Insurance, Honda, Hyundai, IBM, i-kube, Indian Regional Satellite Navigation System, insurethebox, Intel, Jasper Wireless, Lambourghini, Lexus, Liberty Mutual, LoJack, Masternaut, Mercedes, Microsoft, MileMeter, MiWay, Moody's Investors Service, Nissan, Nokia Siemens, Norwich Union, Numerex, Onboard Advisor, Opel, OUTsurance, Pandora, Pay As You Drive, PeopleNet, Peugeot, Philips, Progressive, PSA, Raco Wireless, Real Insurance, Redtail Telematics, Renault, RIM, Scania, Seat, Skoda, Smartlab, Snapshot, Stadtwerke Aachen AG, Stadtwerke Osnabrück AG, Suzuki, Telogis, Toyota Media Service, Toyota, Transatel, Vauxhall, Vodafone, Volkswagen Group, Volvo Trucks, WorkSmart, ZF Friedrichshafen

Extra Info

◊ 8 key regions includes:

North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Central & Eastern Europe, Far East & China, Indian Subcontinent, Rest of Asia Pacific and Africa & Middle East.

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Key Questions

1. How is the smartphone/ app ecosystem affecting the nascent telematics market?

2. Which areas within the broad spectrum of telematics hold the greatest revenue potential?

3. What different strategies are being adopted by operators, vehicle manufacturers and telematics specialists?

4. How is consumer telematics forecast to develop over the next five years in terms of numbers of vehicles and revenues from telematics services?

5. What is driving the commercial telematics market and how is it forecast to develop in the next five years?

6. How will telematics services differ between developing and developed markets?

7. How are Vehicle Recovery and Insurance Telematics being addressed by the telematics industry and how are these areas of the market forecast to develop?

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