United States Connected Vehicle Market (2018-2023)

Published by Netscribes | On Sep-2019 | Pages : 120 | Report ID : 572199

Chapter 1: Executive summary 1.1. Study segments 1.2. Market segmentation 1.3. Key questions answered in this study 1.4. Executive summary 1.5. Evolution of connected car solution 1.6. SWOT analysis- embedded Solutions 1.7. SWOT analysis- tethered solutions 1.8. SWOT analysis- integrated solutions 1.9. Connected vehicle- ecosystem 1.10. Connected vehicle- integration landscape model Chapter 2: United States connected passenger car- market overview 2.1. United States market overview 2.1. 1. United States growth drivers 2.1. 2. United States challenges 2.1. 3. United States trends 2.1. 4. Leading players in the market 2.2. United States market size 2.2. 1. Embedded solutions- Historical (2015-2017), forecasted (2018-2023) by value (USD Bn) and volume (Mn units), and key observations 2.2. 2. Integrated solutions- Historical (2015-2017), forecasted (2018-2023) by value (USD Bn) and volume (Mn units), and key observations 2.2. 3. Tethered solutions- Historical (2015-2017), forecasted (2018-2023) by value (USD Bn) and volume (Mn units), and key observations Chapter 3: Connected passenger car services- value proposition 3.1. Value proposition for connected passenger car services 3.2. Value proposition for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) - connected passenger car Chapter 4: United States connected truck- market overview 4.1. United States market overview 4.1. 1. United States growth drivers 4.1. 2. United States challenges 4.1. 3. United States trends 4.1. 4. Leading players in the market 4.2. United States market size 4.2. 1. Fleet management solutions- Historical (2015-2017), forecasted (2018-2023) by value (USD Bn) and volume (Mn units), and key observations Chapter 5: Modular strategy and potential analysis- global truck market 5.1. Value proposition for connected truck services 5.2 Modular strategy - truck manufacturers and OEMs 5.2. 1. Managing internal complexity through platform and modular components 5.2. 2. Managing external complexity via product portfolio 5.2. 3. Realize and sustainably anchoring complexity management Chapter 6: Companies profiled 6.1. Company overview - Airbiquity Inc 6.1. 1. Key personnel 6.1. 2. Major offerings 6.1. 3. Key financials 6.1. 4. Key initiatives 6.1. 5. Investments received 6.2. Company overview - Aptiv PLC 6.2. 1. Key personnel 6.2. 2. Major offerings 6.2. 3. Key financials 6.2. 4. Key initiatives 6.2. 5. Investments 6.3. Company overview - Autoliv 6.3. 1. Key personnel 6.3. 2. Major offerings 6.3. 3. Key financials 6.3. 4. Key initiatives 6.3. 5. Investments 6.4. Company overview - Continental AG 6.4. 1. Key personnel 6.4. 2. Major offerings 6.4. 3. Key financials 6.4. 4. Key initiatives 6.4. 5. Investments 6.5. Company overview - Denso 6.5. 1. Key personnel 6.5. 2. Major offerings 6.5. 3. Key financials 6.5. 4. Key initiatives 6.5. 5. Investments 6.6. Company overview - NXP Semiconductors 6.6. 1. Key personnel 6.6. 2. Major offerings 6.6. 3. Key financials 6.6. 4. Key initiatives 6.6. 5. Investments 6.7. Company overview - Robert Bosch GmbH 6.7. 1. Key personnel 6.7. 2. Major offerings 6.7. 3. Key financials 6.7. 4. Key initiatives 6.7. 5. Investments 6.8. Company overview - TomTom 6.8. 1. Key personnel 6.8. 2. Major offerings 6.8. 3. Key financials 6.8. 4. Key initiatives 6.8. 5. Investments 6.9. Company overview - WirelessCar 6.9. 1. Key personnel 6.9. 2. Major offerings 6.9. 3. Key financials 6.9. 4. Key initiatives 6.9. 5. Investments received 6.10. Company overview - ZF Friedrichshafen 6.5. 1. Key personnel 6.5. 2. Major offerings 6.5. 3. Key financials 6.5. 4. Key initiatives 6.5. 5. Investments Chapter 7: Appendix 7.1. List of tables 7.2. Research methodology 7.3. Assumptions 7.4. About Netscribes Inc Disclaimer: The Table of Contents (ToC) provided above contains the targeted coverage. The coverage is subject to change as we progress with the research.