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Connected services and hardware report

Connected services and hardware report

Publication Date: 18/11/2021

The IHS Markit Connected Services and Hardware Report provides insight, context, data, and analytics for rapidly growing and evolving automotive connectivity both from a hardware and services perspective.

Users can quickly access key insights from market developments, put context around events and technological trends, dive into deep data and forecasts, and seamlessly drive analytics to support their most challenging decisions.

The report not only explores the growth and importance of connected services based on automotive telematics systems, but also provides a comprehensive coverage of key telematics hardware suppliers and their relationship with various OEMs, how telematics-driven connected services are evolving, and how the main telematics service providers are placed.

The research in this report is focused on defining and evaluating the most important connected service segments. The telematics systems sales forecast is based on IHS Markit light vehicle sales forecasts for October 2021 and included light vehicles up to 3.5 metric tons by gross vehicle weight (GVW).

To determine the take-up rates, analysts regularly conduct primary and secondary research and refer to several internal IHS Markit data sets and externally published sources. Some forecasts are also dependent on vehicles in use or vehicle parc, based on the October 2021 IHS Markit database.

This report is not focused on making company profiles of leading telematics service companies. Some company data are included when they are important to understand specific market segments, key technologies, or market trends.

1. Overview
a) Report summary
b) Research methodology
c) Telematics hardware
d) Connected services

2. Market analysis
a) Market drivers
b) Global telematics demand
c) Regional telematics demand
d) Telematics/connected services providers

3. OEM analysis
a) Audi and VW
b) BMW
c) Ford
d) General Motors (GM)
e) Honda and Acura
f) Hyundai and Kia
g) Mercedes-Benz
h) Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi
i) Stellantis
j) Tesla
k) NIO
l) Toyota
m) Volvo
n) Case study: US vs Mainland China
o) Case study: OnStar vs Audi Connect

4. Supplier analysis
a) Telematics hardware suppliers

5. Conclusion

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