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  • Frost & Sullivan Research in the Connectivity, HMI and Telematics Space Frost & Sullivan Research & Analysis March 2012 Summary Presentation
  • Connectivity TrendsApps can be Interfaced to the Car in Multiple Ways. MirrorLink from Nokia is an Example ofRemote TerminalEmbedded Tethering Application and connectivity implemented Application resides only in car completely in car Smart phone provides connection to cloud Available today, platform dependent Connectivity: USB or Bluetooth rSAP/DUN Remote terminal Application resides only in phone Remote terminal client (such as VNC) in car replicates phone HMI Connectivity: USB or Bluetooth SPP 2
  • OEM Approaches to Apps and Connected ServicesPremium OEMs are using this opportunity to interface apps at 2 levels – browser based orsmartphone based and tethered into the car 3
  • Mobile AppsDeveloped in a Variety of Fields Impacting Sustainability and New Age Mobility Dynamic Ride SharingOthers – Location-enabled e.g. RelayRides, Carticipatesocial networking, remote Dynamic Intermodal communication Transport Planning e.g. Foursquare, Viper e.g. Opti-Trans, Anystop SmartStart Augmented Reality Mobility App Parking Management and Applications Categories Payment Solutions e.g. Mobilizy e.g. Parking DialogueLBS Categories – e.g. Taxi Crowdsourced Navigation and Traffic Application Booking Advanced Driver e.g. Waze, Inrix, Beat thee.g. 1TouchTaxi, TaxiZapp Assistance Services Traffic e.g. iOnRoad 4
  • Connected Services Deployment Evolution Mercedes Benz Mbrace connected telematics ATX To Toyota Mazda launch VW Hughes BMW 1st Mercedes BMW Pan PSA Pan SafetyConnect iPhone app with 2 Telematics Gen Benz EU EU and Lexus – roadside new connected Telematics Teleaid Telematics Telematics Enform assistance OEMs services1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2015OnStar Volvo Ford US OnStar and Mini Connected eCallGen 1 On-Call SYNC Telematics Toyota G- GM MyLink mandate in BMW subscriber Book China Hyundai BlueLink Europe Assist base launch Toyota Entune 2nd Gen exceeds 6 OnStar FMV Aftermarket millionUS Subscribers 6.6 Million 9.5 Million ~12 Million ~27 Million Purely Embedded Subscribers Includes Smartphone-based subscribers 5
  • OEM App Approaches Tethered support for smartphone apps is a common concept with most of them being free MirrorLink Third Party Apps Types of Apps App Related Strategies Bundled Branded Type Support Using Native Supported with Head Applicatio OEM Interface HMI Unit/HMI ns Support packages Browser Smartphone Free Paid Centralized Decentralized Based BasedBMW N Y Y Y Y Munich, Y Y Shanghai, USMercedes By 2013 Y Y Y N Germany, Y YBenz USToyota Y Y Y Y Y US Only Y YFord N N Y Y N US Only Y NGM N N Y Y N US Only Y YHyundai By 2014 N Y Y N US & Korea Y YKia N N N N N US NA NRenault N N N N N Europe NA N (TomTom )Honda N N Y Y N US Only Y NNissan N N N N N EU, US & Y N Japan 6
  • OEM App StrategiesStrictly tied with advanced navigation system options which also features HMI options suchas Touch screen and Voice ControlsOEM Apps Supported Package to Access Apps Recurring Total Cost to through Native HMI in Car Cost for Apps CustomerBMW BMW Connected App – Facebook, Free Connected App+ Phone Mog App - US - ~$2500 Twitter, Web Radio (Pandora) , Mog on- Cradle ($250 (US), E150 (EU) $4.99 or $9.99 EU - ~E3300 demand Radio Navigation+iDrive Solution subscriptions to ($2150 (US), E3000(EU)) useMercedes Comand Online Apps - Google Apps, US – Mbrace Package ($660) No Recurring US - $700Benz Facebook EU – Comand Online (E3000) Cost. Focusing EU - ~E3500 Mercedes Mbrace Apps- for US only +Bluetooth (E400) on free appsToyota Entune (US) – Bing™, iHeartRadio US – Navigation System with US -3 years US - $1000 (3 Opentable™ , Movietickets.com Touch Screen ($1000 min) app access free Yrs), $60/yr Pandora®, Fuel Prices EU – Navigation System with then $12/month Touch & Go Touch Life (EU) – Nokia car touch screen for E500 EU – 6 months EU – E500 (6 mode app, Garmin Streetpilot, AUPEO, free then months), EX/yr Facebook, Twitter sub/monthFord SYNC Applink – Pandora, Openbeak, US – SYNC or SYNC with No US - $395 or iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Slacker MyFord Touch $1000GM MyLink/IntelliLink – Pandora, Stitcher, US - required 7 inch touch No US - ~$500 Gracenote screen navigation system with Bluetooth connectivityHyundai BlueLink - Pandora US- available as a part of the No US - $4000 technology package which also features navigation system with Bluetooth and voice 7
  • OEM Future OutlookCreating a MirrorLink type standard is the agenda at Mercedes Benz and Hyundai with thelatter research happening at HQ in Seoul, Korae OEM Future Apps (Short to Medium Future Features Term) BMW Mulitmodal Journey Planning, Cloud Full OLED Instrument Cluster, Augmented Connected POI Search, LTE Audio & Reality using Contact Analogue Displays Video Streaming, Social Navigation (warnings, alerts) By 2015 Mercedes Benz Twitter, Stitcher, Pandora, AUPEO NFC standard implementation, Full MirrorLink type solution by 2013 Toyota Peer to Peer Car Sharing, Completely Cloud-based delivery model – Foursquare type LBS apps Starting with Toyota Friend implementation by 2012 Ford Medical apps – for Diabetes, Allergen Working with Google using cloud API to bring allergy for Asthma. Partnered with 3 predictive analytics into route calculations using medical devices firm to implement driver driving patterns and real-time traffic this General Motors V2X Smartphone app, smart charging Natural voice recognition, V2G Communication using OnStar Hyundai Social Networking, Personalized Mirrorlink type standard by 2013/2014 news and information Renault Launching with 50 apps relating to Dedicated R-Link tablet platform by mid 2012 in navigation, multimedia and Cleo and ZOE community related 8
  • European OEM HMI Preferences Improvement in Natural speech recognition and implementation of HUD holds top priorityHMI Technologies Text to Speech ReconfigurableInstrument Cluster NA Head Up Display NA Resistive Touch NA Screen Capacitive Touch Screen Command-based Voice output voice recognition navigationSemantic NaturalVoice Recognition Multifunctional NA NA NA ControllerDual View Display NA NA NA NA NAProximity Sensing NA Handwriting NA NA NA NA NA NA RecognitionMulti-touch Gesture Recognition Currently Available Expected in Short Term Expected in Long Term 9
  • North American OEMs HMI Preferences Touch screen development is favorite closely followed by proximity sensing on buttons and touch screensHMI Technologies Text to Speech ReconfigurableInstrument Cluster CUE Head Up Display Resistive Touch NA Screen Capacitive Touch CUE Screen Command-based voice recognitionSemantic NaturalVoice Recognition Multifunctional Controller NA NA NADual View Display NA NA NA NA NAProximity Sensing CUE Handwriting Recognition NA NA NA NA NA NAMulti-touch Gesture Recognition Currently Available Expected in Short Term Expected in Long Term 10
  • Cadillac Cue and Concept YouAmongst the Best Innovations in the recent times and CUE will Debut by 2013 • Touch Screen: Capacitive, multi-touch gestures, proximity sensing and haptic feedback (8”) • Voice: Natural voice recognition • Instrument Cluster: Digital, 12.3 inch reconfigurable • Smartphone apps: Pandora and Stitcher, open to 3rd party apps (HTML5) Capacitive Natural Digital Fast • OS and Processor: Linux OS, ARM Coretouch screen Voice Cluster processor processor (3.5 times faster than current systems) recognition • Center Stack: Touch sensitive center stack buttons Smartphone applications Concept You • Touch Screen: Capacitive, multi-touch gestures and proximity sensing • Voice: Natural voice recognition • Instrument Cluster: Digital • Smartphone apps: Apps for music and radio • Center Stack: Fully touch center stack. • Eye sensors: head unit activates when driver looks at system. Natural Digital Eye Smartphone Full Touch • Rear seat touch screen Voice Cluster sensors applications center stack • Data exchange from central touch screen to HUD recognition and rear touch screen 11
  • HTML 5 Opportunities – QNX Actively Pushing it Terminal Mode HTML 5 Display of smartphone screen Display of applications in a could distract driver less distractive interface Apps • Separate cost for HMI tooling software OEM designed menu structures • Smartphone screen and application is replicated and user interfaces suitable for to head unit as it is automotive environment • Phone with a web server is connected to head unit with HTML5 engine. • Allows two way interaction, if the head unit also has a web server, allows hosting web pages on the phone. • Allows OEMs to create a separate module where graphics for individual functionality can be made and addition of more features. 12
  • Consumer Research Overview- 2011 & 2012 13
  • MethodologyUS Study Focused on Smartphone Owners with Appropriate Vehicle OwnershipMethodology: We utilized a web-based survey methodology. Specifically, our web-basedsurvey methodology utilizes online panels to source only qualified respondents.Respondents must meet requirements set by a screening process, prior to full surveyparticipation. Online panel members are created by individuals who volunteer to participatein web-based surveys, and typically receive compensation directly from their panelmembership for participating in qualified survey research. In general, survey respondentsdo not receive direct compensation from Frost & Sullivan for participating in our research.Sample: We surveyed 1,212 vehicle owners in the United States (quotas by U.S. regionswere established to ensure equal representation). Specifically, survey respondents hadto be 18 years or older, own a new generation smartphone (e.g., Apple, Blackberry,Droid), and own a 2007 model year vehicle or younger. Additional demographicdetails of the sample are below and in the following three slides.Fieldwork: We conducted the survey during November-December 2010.M785-18 14
  • Current Usage of Infotainment and Apps SolutionsNavigation related apps have high preference inside the vehicle •Apps that keep people generally informed are most popularly used. Yet, awareness and usage of general apps is low-to- moderate. •Apps used inside the vehicle are generally vehicle-related – with navigation being the most popularly used. •High Apps Users – though a small segment of the population (14%) – are likely the target for vehicle-related apps, given their daily usage of multiple apps. Access to Smartphone Apps Inside Vehicle Source: Frost & Sullivan 15
  • Smartphone In-Car Usage Satisfaction Small smartphone screen is the biggest concernQ19A. When inside your vehicle, how often do you use your smartphone? Source: Frost & SullivanQ20. How would you rate your satisfaction in using the smartphone inside your vehicle?Q21. Which of the following best describes your attitude when using a smart phone inside your vehicle?Q22. How would you prefer to be connected to the internet while inside the vehicle? 16
  • Overview of Smartphone Apps Accessed Inside Vehicle Most apps accessed inside car are for free and internet radio has a good listening rate Source: Frost & SullivanQ14/15. For the following apps that you use inside your vehicle, please provide the following details about your usage. 17
  • Reasons for Not Accessing Apps Inside VehicleMost Common Reason for not Accessing Apps Inside Vehicle is Distractions whileDriving, particularly among Videos and Games Note: Proportions less than five not shown numerically in chart.Q13. Which of the following best describes why you do not access the following apps inside your vehicle? Source: Frost & Sullivan. M785-18 18
  • Preferences of Vehicle-Related Apps High Preference for using existing data plans to get vehicle related appsQ25A. Please indicate your future preferences for the following types of vehicle-related apps. Source: Frost & Sullivan 19
  • Most Desired Telematics Services for Next Vehicle Hands-Free Calling and Remote Door Unlock are the Most Desired Features = Very Likely = Very UnlikelyQ9. If you were able to select telematics services and features for your next vehicle, how likely are you to select the following? Source: Frost & Sullivan. M785-18 20
  • 2011 Apps, HMI and Telematics Voice of Consumer Study European and US Consumers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Willingness to Pay Towards Mobility Apps, HMI Concepts and Telematics Services • How often do consumers use their smartphone inside the car?Smartphone Usage • Do consumers dock their smartphone inside the car on a regular basis? Trends – e.g. • Are consumers interested in free smartphone navigation, nominal paid smartphone navigation over other ones Navigation, etc such as PND and OEM? Satisfaction levels if already have a smartphone navigation solution? • Do they consider the smartphone to be a long term information and connectivity source inside car?Interest in Current • What is consumer interest in accessing apps inside car in areas such as parking, augmented reality, and Expected crowdsourced navigation, ADAS, car sharing etc? Satisfaction levels if already access any of these apps? Apps in Entire • Are consumers willing to pay for these apps – even a nominal $2-5 as an one time fee? • What are the future app areas that consumers are interested to see - vehicle to grid, smart charging, integrated Mobility Space parking and EV charging, etc? Attitude, • When it comes to infotainment, connectivity and smartphone interfacing what are the HMI input output options Perceptions and that comes to mind to consumers? Satisfaction levels with existing solutions (verbatim and with solutions) • What is the consumer interest to pay for different input HMI options, current and future?Willingness to Pay • What is consumer interest to pay for different HMI output options, current and future? for HMI Options • How important is HMI in brand retention according to consumers compared to other key factors ? Attitude, • What is consumer interest when it comes to telematics services such as eCall, bCall, vehicle tracking and Perceptions and mileage based insurance? Satisfaction levels with existing solutions?Willingness to Pay • How much are consumers willing to pay for these services as an option? Do they want these features as standard inside the car? for Telematics • How does telematics features compare to others such as fuel economy in purchase influencer in vehicle Services buying? Tracking Analysis • How has app usage, needs and willingness to pay changed from 2010 results?- Comparison with • How has HMI usage, needs and willingness to pay changed from 2010 results? • How has smartphone usage levels changed from 2010 results?2010 Study Results • What is the customer satisfaction with existing OEM nav, connected nav, connected PND or other navigation Vehicle solutions? Satisfaction & • What brands consumers perceive to have best in class app ready connected solutions?Brand Perceptions • What brands do consumers perceive to be best in terms of having the best HMI input output options? • What brands do consumers perceive to be best in terms of offering telematics services? 21
  • Telematics & Infotainment Research Expertise 22
  • Market & Technology research focus: Telematics and Infotainment Emergence of Apple App Store Type Connectivity Upcoming Concepts Connected Navigation Market Trends Concepts in Automotive World Trends Connected Navigation Market Potential Mapping Google Android Market, Enabling Connectivity Technologies Continental AutolinQ, Intel Atom Connected Ecosystem Analysis Application Store, BMW Connected New Business Models Emerging eCall Voluntary Agreement Update & Connected Navigation and LBS – Legislations Consumer Market Forecasts Perceptions and Willingness to Pay Europe Voice of Mileage Based Road Taxation Model Connected Navigation and LBS – Analysis Perceptions and Willingness to Pay Russia PAYD Market Analysis and Regulations – VOC Study – Fleet Managers Willingness to North America pay for Telematics – North America Telematics for Service Evolution & Roadmaps Navigation Systems – (Global) Database OEM Strategies & Roadmaps Telematics Services – (Global) Regional Differences and Market Uptake EV CV Telematics – (Global) Value Chain and Business Models Pricing Structure Analysis Opportunity Analysis eCall Market Analysis Upcoming Standardization Efforts Infotainment Telematics Genivi, QNX Car, NGTP, Microsoft Standards Stolen Vehicle Tracking Market Analysis Services PAYD Insurance Market Analysis Next Generation Infotainment Development Remote Vehicle Diagnostics Market OEM and Tier 1 Suppliers Efforts Analysis New Business Models Emerging Market Potential Analysis Mobile Phone Based Navigation Market HCV & MCV Telematics Market – Global CommercialMobile LBS Analysis LCV Telematics Market – Global Vehicle Market Market New Mobile In-Vehicle Connectivity Trends CV Telematics Dashboard Mobile In-car LBS Market Analysis Trailer Telematics Market – Global Google Maps Free Navigation Type Threats Analysis 23
  • Telematics, HMI, Connectivity and Navigation Related Existing andUpcoming Consumer Research 2012 Apps, HMI and Telematics Voice of Consumer Study (In-progress)* US Consumers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Willingness to Pay Towards Mobility Apps, HMI 2012 Concepts and Telematics Services 2012 Apps, HMI and Telematics Voice of Consumer Study (In-progress)* European Consumers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Willingness to Pay Towards Mobility Apps, 2012 HMI Concepts and Telematics Services 2010 US Voice of Customer Study: Telematics & Infotainment and App-Store Applications 2010 Infotainment Voice of the Customer: European Consumers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Willingness to Pay Regarding New Generation Infotainment, App Concepts, and HMI 2010 Solutions European Consumers’ Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Connected Navigation, 2009 Location-Based Services and Features Russian Consumers’ Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Connected Navigation, Location- 2009 Based Services and Features Voice of Customer Study – Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Navigation Systems and 2008 Telematics Services (US) 2008 Consumer Desirability & Willingness to Pay for Navigation Systems and Features (Europe) European Consumers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Willingness to Pay Towards Multiple Forthcoming 2007 Comfort and Convenience Technologies *Note - the first two titles are multiclient consumer research studies which can be accessed only on dedicated investment. These are included as separate options in the investment slide 24
  • 2012 Apps, HMI and Telematics Voice of Consumer Study European and US Consumers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Willingness to Pay Towards Mobility Apps, HMI Concepts and Telematics Services • How often do consumers use their smartphone inside the car?Smartphone Usage • Do consumers dock their smartphone inside the car on a regular basis? Trends – e.g. • Are consumers interested in free smartphone navigation, nominal paid smartphone navigation over other Navigation, etc ones such as PND and OEM? Satisfaction levels if already have a smartphone navigation solution? • Do they consider the smartphone to be a long term information and connectivity source inside car?Interest in Current • What is consumer interest in accessing apps inside car in areas such as parking, augmented reality, and Expected crowdsourced navigation, ADAS, car sharing etc? Satisfaction levels if already access any of these apps? Apps in Entire • Are consumers willing to pay for these apps – even a nominal $2-5 as an one time fee? • What are the future app areas that consumers are interested to see - vehicle to grid, smart charging, Mobility Space integrated parking and EV charging, etc? • When it comes to infotainment, connectivity and smartphone interfacing what are the HMI input output Attitude, options that comes to mind to consumers? Satisfaction levels with existing solutions (verbatim and with Perceptions and solutions)Willingness to Pay • What is the consumer interest to pay for different input HMI options, current and future? for HMI Options • What is consumer interest to pay for different HMI output options, current and future? • How important is HMI in brand retention according to consumers compared to other key factors ? Attitude, • What is consumer interest when it comes to telematics services such as eCall, bCall, vehicle tracking and Perceptions and mileage based insurance? Satisfaction levels with existing solutions?Willingness to Pay • How much are consumers willing to pay for these services as an option? Do they want these features as standard inside the car? for Telematics • How does telematics features compare to others such as fuel economy in purchase influencer in vehicle Services buying? Tracking Analysis • How has app usage, needs and willingness to pay changed from 2010 results?- Comparison with • How has HMI usage, needs and willingness to pay changed from 2010 results? • How has smartphone usage levels changed from 2010 results?2010 Study Results • What is the customer satisfaction with existing OEM nav, connected nav, connected PND or other navigation Vehicle solutions? Satisfaction & • What brands consumers perceive to have best in class app ready connected solutions?Brand Perceptions • What brands do consumers perceive to be best in terms of having the best HMI input output options? • What brands do consumers perceive to be best in terms of offering telematics services? 25
  • Telematics, HMI, Connectivity and Navigation Related UpcomingResearch – 2012 Strategic Analysis of the European Telematics Services Market - Focus on 2012 Emergency and Breakdown Assistance Strategic Analysis of the European Telematics Services Market - Focus on Stolen 2012 Vehicle Tracking Strategic Analysis of the North Telematics Services Market - Focus on • Location-based 2012 Emergency, Breakdown and Vehicle Tracking Features services• GPS / Navigation Strategic Analysis of Tracking Legislation and its Impact on the Telematics systems 2012 Services Market in Brazil • Infotainment systems • Wireless Strategic Analysis of ERA GLONASS Legislation and its Impact on the Telematics Communication / 2012 Services Market in Russia Bluetooth • CV Telematics Strategic Update of the In-Car Audio Systems Market in North America - Including • RVD Focus on Audio Systems, Amplifiers, Speakers, Aux-in Features, Sound 2012 Processing Software, etc Impact Assessment and New Developments in Smartphone Interface 3G, GPRS. HSDPA, UMTS, WiFi Technologies Such as Mirrorlink in the European and North American Automotive 2012 Market Forthcoming * Draft titles subject to change based on other customer feedback as well 26
  • Telematics, HMI, Connectivity and Navigation Related Existing andUpcoming Research – 2010,2011 and 2012 Key Trends and Forecasts of Navigation Systems and Telematics Services in North and Latin 2012 American Markets Key Trends and Forecasts of Navigation Systems and Telematics Services in Western and Eastern 2012 European Markets including Russia Strategic Analysis of European and North American Automotive Human Machine Interface Market - 2012 Part 2 Display and Instrument Clusters • Location-based Connectivity, App Stores and Cloud-based Delivery Platforms - Future of Connected Infotainment and services 2011 Telematics Market• GPS / Navigation Strategic Analysis of Global Automotive Market for IT Mobility Platforms systems 2011 Billing and Smart Charging are Two Key Opportunity Areas in the EV Infrastructure Segment • Infotainment Strategic Analysis of European and North American Automotive Human Machine Interface Market - systems 2011 Part 1 Steering Wheel Controls, Voice Interfaces and Multifunctional Switches • Wireless Communication / Executive Analysis of European Consumers’ Awareness and Preferences for Usage of Smartphone Bluetooth 2010 Apps Inside and Outside Car • CV Telematics Strategic Analysis of the Impact of Smartphones and Apps on the European and North American • RVD 2010 Infotainment Market Strategic Analysis of the North American Market for Telematics-Enabled Usage-based Insurance 2010 Market 3G, GPRS. HSDPA, UMTS, WiFi 2010 Strategic Analysis of North American Embedded-Connected Hybrid Telematics Market 2010 Strategic Analysis of the European Market for Telematics -enabled Usage-based Insurance Forthcoming 2010 Automotive Telematics Application Stores – Will it Succeed like the Apple App Store Concept Existing 27
  • Telematics, HMI, Connectivity and Navigation Related ExistingResearch 2009 Strategic Analysis of European and North American Green Telematics Market for Passenger Vehicles 2009 Global Trend Analysis of Passenger Vehicle Telematics and Infotainment Systems – 2009 Edition 2009 Strategic Dashboard for Automotive Telematics and Infotainment Systems - Q2 2009 Edition 2009 Strategic Analysis of European Market for Low Cost OEM Navigation Systems 2009 Strategic Analysis of the European Automotive Human Machine Interface Market • Location-based 2009 Strategic Analysis of Automotive Telematics Market for Wireless and Connectivity Technologies services Comparative Analysis of European, North American, Chinese, South Korean and Indian Telematics• GPS / Navigation 2008 Markets systems • Infotainment 2008 Strategic Analysis of European Market for ADAS Systems Using Digital Maps systems 2008 Executive Update of European Passenger Vehicle Telematics and Infotainment Markets • Wireless 2008 An Update of European Markets for Telematics Based Pay-As-You-Drive Vehicle Insurance Communication / Bluetooth 2008 Strategic Analysis of European Markets for Stolen Vehicle Tracking Systems • CV Telematics 2008 Strategic Analysis of the European Markets for eCall and bCall Systems • RVD 2008 European Aftermarket for Access and Security Systems 2007 Strategic Analysis of the European Markets for Telematics Based Car Insurance Systems 3G, GPRS. HSDPA, UMTS, WiFi 2007 Global Trends Analysis of the Telematics and Infotainment Markets for Passenger Vehicles 2007 Strategic Analysis of Continental Automotive Systems Telematics Business Unit Existing 2007 Strategic Re-evaluation of the European Markets for Telematics and Infotainment Systems 2007 Strategic Analysis of the North American OE Car Audio System Markets 2007 Analysis of the North American Automotive Navigation Systems Market 28
  • Telematics, HMI, Connectivity and Navigation Related ExistingResearch 2007 Database of Infotainment System Offerings on Model Year 2007 Light Vehicles Sold in U.S. 2007 North American Rear-Seat Entertainment Systems Market 2007 North American Passenger Vehicle Telematics Markets 2007 Korean Passenger Vehicle Telematics Markets 2006 Strategic Analysis of New Entrants in the European Aftermarket for Portable Navigation Devices • Location-based 2006 Strategic Analysis of the European OE Market for Car Audio Systems services• GPS / Navigation 2006 European Commercial Vehicle Telematics Systems Markets systems 2006 Competitive Analysis of the European Aftermarket for Telematics and Infotainment Systems • Infotainment systems Standard Software Platforms for Telematics & Infotainment Applications in the Eur. Automotive • Wireless 2006 Market Communication / Bluetooth 2006 Analysis on the Place of Portable Telematics in the European Commercial Vehicle (CV) Market • CV Telematics 2006 Analysis of Accuracy and Coverage of Real-Time Traffic Information • RVD 2006 Frost & Sullivan Presentation at the 2006 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Conference in Chicago 2006 Standard Software Platforms for Telematics; Navigation and Infotainment in North America 3G, GPRS. HSDPA, UMTS, WiFi 2006 Database of Infotainment Systems Offerings on Light Vehicles in the U.S. Existing 2006 Strategic Analysis of the Chinese Telematics and Infotainment Markets 2006 Analyst Briefing - Japanese Telematics and Infotainment Systems Markets 29