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Research and Markets: Global Connected Vehicles Market and Forecast Report 2014-2019: LTE and Telematics Analysis

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/74jztz/connected) has announced the addition of the "Global Connected Vehicles Market and Forecast Report 2014-2019: LTE and Telematics Analysis" report to their offering.

Global Connected Vehicles Market and Forecast Report 2014-2019: LTE and Telematics Analysis evaluates the technology, solutions, and market for LTE and telematics in vehicles.

In the US, leading automobile manufacturers have committed to embedding cars with LTE in their product lines. For example, BMW makes an LTE/Wi-Fi adapter for their cars. Alcatel-Lucent, Verizon, and AT&T are proponents of the LTE-connected car. However, many new cars have embedded Wi-Fi, use GPS tracking, and have other forms of telematics. The full case for LTE is not yet realized.

The profitability on cars is slim with margins in the US as low as two percent on a new car. The large motor companies can make money by self-financing consumer deals. Dealerships hope to make money by promoting repair service packages, and offering extended warranties. The connected car is considered a gift because it is a new revenue stream, has a better margin than the car itself, and can be a differentiator between the cars themselves.

Key Topics Covered:

1.0 Executive Summary

2.0 Introduction

2.1 Overview

2.2 Important Technologies

  • Fourth Generation (4G) Cellular
  • Other Notable Cellular Data Options
  • Wifi And Wimax
  • Machine-To-Machine (M2M) Communications

2.3 The Connected Vehicle Market

3.0 Connectivity

3.1 The Internet Of Things (Iot)

3.2 Embedded Devices

3.3 Lte Direct

  • Peer-To-Peer Services Via Lte Direct
  • Vehicle-Related Applications And Lte Direct

3.4 Short-Range Communication Solutions

  • Bluetooth
  • Other Short Range Technologies
  • Dedicated Short-Range Communications (Dsrc)

3.5 Machine-To-Machine (M2M) Communications

3.6 Telemetry And Telematics

4.0 Wireless Devices

4.1 Devices Optimized For Connected Vehicles

4.2 Wireless Os Comparison

5.0 Connected Vehicles

5.1 Definition

5.2 Market Overview

5.3 Ecosystem And Value Chain

  • Automobile Manufacturers
  • Telematics Manufacturers
  • Telecom Companies

5.4 Applications

  • Enterprise
  • Consumer

6.0 Market Outlook

6.1 Future Applications And Solutions

  • Autonomous Connected Vehicles
  • Traffic Control And Avoidance
  • Smart Safety Features

6.2 Future Challenges

  • Security Concerns
  • Consumer Autonomy/Privacy
  • Other Factors

6.3 Revenue Prospects

  • Hardware
  • Services

7.0 Conclusions And Recommendations

  • Wireless Carriers
  • Wireless Device Manufacturers
  • Application Developers
  • Automobile Manufacturers

8.0 Appendices

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/74jztz/connected

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