Tel 3670 connected_car_guide
by SBD on May 02, 2012
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Today over 30 vehicle manufacturers have launched telematics services in China, Europe and the USA – a 50% growth since 2010. Additionally, 9 more vehicle manufacturers are planning to launch new ...
Today over 30 vehicle manufacturers have launched telematics services in China, Europe and the USA – a 50% growth since 2010. Additionally, 9 more vehicle manufacturers are planning to launch new services over the coming year. This growing availability of connected car services will gradually lead to a surge in fitment rates for in-car connectivity. SBD forecasts that by 2015 over 30 million new cars will be fitted with some type of connectivity box.
But whilst there is a common industrywide push towards enabling in-car connectivity, there has yet to be any major convergence in terms of technologies, business models or value chains. Although the opportunities to benefit from connectivity are rising, so are the risks associated with implementing the wrong strategy or falling behind competitors.
One way to minimize this risk is to ensure that you always have the latest, most comprehensive and most accurate information at hand. This is why SBD has released a new edition of its interactive Connected Car Guide, which includes over 600 slides of insight.
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