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Visiongain report: Top 20 connected car companies 2019

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Report covers: Market Share Analysis of Leading Automotive OEMs & Technology Suppliers Developing In-Vehicle (IN-V) Technologies, Embedded, Tethered, & Integrated Solutions, Telematics, Wireless Connectivity, Vehicle to Everything (V2X) Communications, Infotainment, Safety, Security, Sensors, Electronics, Software, Hardware, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), eCall, bCall, Stolen Vehicle Tracking (SVT), Internet of Things (IoT)

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Visiongain report: Top 20 connected car companies 2019

  1. 1. www.visiongain.com/automotive 59 Top 20 Connected Car Companies 2019 Market Share Analysis of Leading Automotive OEMs & Technology Suppliers Developing In-Vehicle (IN-V) Technologies, Embedded, Tethered, & Integrated Solutions, Telematics, Wireless Connectivity, Vehicle To Everything (V2X) Communications, Infotainment, Safety, Security, Sensors, Electronics, Software, Hardware, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), eCall, bCall, Stolen Vehicle Tracking (SVT) , Internet of Things (IoT) The platforms for vehicle OS are either QNX, Windows CE, or Linux. However, Android (A Linux based OS) offers lots of features to vehicle infotainment systems such as application support, touch, and notifications. As a result, the automobile manufacturers want to control the OS on which their products run, in turn, using it as a product differentiator or as a competitive edge over its competitors. Therefore, we expect this development in the OS segment to drive the global connected car market as it will give manufacturers more freedom to integrate connectivity functions with other functions and move toward a holistic system that will drive autonomous vehicles in the future. 6.1.2 Restraints and Challenges • Design complexity and technological challenges Vendors are facing challenge in terms of designing a user interface that is affordable, less distracting, simple, and accessible. As applications of automotive connectivity solutions increase, the complexity of the system design required to manage these applications also grow. Advances in technology, immense range of features, and diverse connectivity options have made telematics and infotainment systems sophisticated. The automotive segment saw adoption transformation from radio/audio applications in early years to driver assistance in recent past. The greater the number of applications the more complex the design. In addition, the number of software solutions needed for each application makes automotive connectivity systems complex. Hence, the drivers need to learn how to efficiently handle these complex solutions to gain maximum benefit, and this is a challenge for the global connected car market. Internet protocol (IP) is a set of rules that define the communication of devices over a network. The routing function of IP ensures the connectivity of the device over a network. Migration from IPv4 to IPv6: Until 2012, M2M devices were using IPv4 for communication. However, after the launch of IPv6, operators are shifting from IPv4 to IPv6 architecture. The transition of IPv4 to IPv6 will be a long process and there will be coexistence of both protocols. As a result, M2M communications may face some difficulty due to the slow transition process. ● There are a lot of players involved in setting standards, system integration, and other interfaces. These players should be provided with a common platform to maintain uniformity in the service offerings. ● The gateways used for M2M communications should be optimized to handle a large number of packet data transfers between devices ● Potential security breach may impact technology adoption Automotive telematics applications for in-vehicle information systems use wireless communication systems that are prone to hacking and theft of information. These modern systems offer Internet
  2. 2. www.visiongain.com/automotive 118 Top 20 Connected Car Companies 2019 Market Share Analysis of Leading Automotive OEMs & Technology Suppliers Developing In-Vehicle (IN-V) Technologies, Embedded, Tethered, & Integrated Solutions, Telematics, Wireless Connectivity, Vehicle To Everything (V2X) Communications, Infotainment, Safety, Security, Sensors, Electronics, Software, Hardware, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), eCall, bCall, Stolen Vehicle Tracking (SVT) , Internet of Things (IoT) 11.11 Volvo Cars Table 11.11 Volvo Cars Company Overview Company Established 1927 Headquarter Revenue (2017) Gothenburg, Sweden $23.71 Bn Research & Development $1.15 Bn Number of Employees Key Executive 38,000 Håkan Samuelsso (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer) Ownership Website Public www.volvogroup.com Connected Car Market Revenue US$ 1.05 Billion Connected Car Market Share 2.88% Company Overview Volvo has been operating since 1927. Volvo Cars is one of the most well- known and respected car brands in the world with sales of 503,127 in 2015 in about 100 countries. Volvo Cars has been under the ownership of the Zhejiang Geely Holding of China since 2010. It formed part of the Swedish Volvo Group until 1999, when the company was bought by Ford Motor Company of the US. In 2010, Volvo Cars was acquired by Geely Holding. Apart from manufacturing passenger cars, Volvo is one of the most recognised leaders in trucks, heavy duty machinery, construction equipment, and buses. Putting connected car technologies in these sectors would be useful for the consumers, as maintaining a fleet of trucks requires technology and resources. Source: Visiongain 2019, Press Release, SEC Filings, Company Website
  3. 3. www.visiongain.com/automotive 124 Top 20 Connected Car Companies 2019 Market Share Analysis of Leading Automotive OEMs & Technology Suppliers Developing In-Vehicle (IN-V) Technologies, Embedded, Tethered, & Integrated Solutions, Telematics, Wireless Connectivity, Vehicle To Everything (V2X) Communications, Infotainment, Safety, Security, Sensors, Electronics, Software, Hardware, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), eCall, bCall, Stolen Vehicle Tracking (SVT) , Internet of Things (IoT) 11.12.3 Tech Mahindra Recent Developments August 2018: Tech Mahindra, partnered with the Jacksonville Jaguars. As the Technology and Analytics Partner and Digital Strategy Partner of the Jaguars, Tech Mahindra will provide next generation digital technology expertise, such as artificial intelligence and advanced analytics, to enrich the fan experience and create front office efficiencies. November 2016: Tech Mahindra Ltd., a specialist in digital transformation, consulting and business re-engineering has announced the launch of the Connected Service Experience Solution which will enable the manufacturing industry to integrate connected devices with end-to-end business processes. Built on Pegasystems’ industry-leading Pega® 7 Platform, this solution allows organizations to harness the power of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for increased efficiency and better customer experiences. August 2016: Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd (M&M Ltd) launched DiGiSENSE one of its own kind of technology solution that connects Mahindra vehicles, tractors, trucks and construction equipment to the cloud. Helping its consumer to have a unique experience of vehicle ownership. DiGiSENSE which is digitally enabled sensing, will be available across all the Mahindra mobility products from commercial and passenger vehicles to tractors and construction equipment. 11.12.4 Tech Mahindra Analysis Tech Mahindra is collaborating with 8 OEMs and 4 global suppliers in the automotive sector. The company’s current focus in the connected car market is to invest heavily on NMACS (Networking, Mobility, Analytics, Cloud and Security) which is bound to transform the consumer and business landscape in the future. The company is working on enhancing and delivering end-to-end connected vehicle solutions. The integration of analytics support to the service delivery platform, eCall and back-end infrastructure will be of prime importance. The latter infrastructure is necessary for incident location detection for shorter turnaround time and integration of real time content to the vehicle’s backbone. Tech Mahindra will continue to enjoy a strong position in the connected car market. Over the next five years the company will benefit from global economic recovery and higher penetration rates in developed countries. Beyond this period, into the mid-term, Tech Mahindra’s home market, India, will see substantial growth. The company is projected to be the preferred supplier in India from a consumer as well as an OEM point of view. Moreover, the company is expanding its presence abroad and mainly in Brazil after the acquisition of the Brazilian SAP consulting provider Complex IT in February 2013, as well as signing joint venture agreements in the Middle East, Mexico and South Korea in 2014. Last year, the company acquired Lightbridge Communications Corporation and

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