EY: Telematics 4.0
Globally integrated telematics will touch 88% of new cars by 2025, led by the U.S. automotive market.
Globally integrated telematics will touch 88% of new cars by 2025, led by the U.S. automotive market. But Europe, Japan and the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) nations present huge potential.
Ernst & Young says growth is being driven by the fourth evolution of telematics: the seamless integration of mobility and the Web.
In The Quest for Telematics 4.0, the firm offers and analyzes business strategies for stakeholders in four areas: infrastructure and content, navigation and infotainment, vehicle-branded connectivity and aftermarket branded connectivity.
This report summary estimates the risk and reward for various strategies and outlines next steps for each group of stakeholders.
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