Connected Vehicles: Market and Forecast for LTE and Telematics Applications 2015 - 2020

NEW YORK, Sept. 16, 2015 — (PRNewswire) — Overview:

Connected vehicles represent one of the most important innovation areas for LTE technology, which also adds a new dimension for the transportation systems. Connected vehicle refers to the use of IoT and LTE technology in the car with the use of smartphones or other technologies typically manifest as handheld or wearable devices. The basic solutions involve: Navigation, Telematics and Infotainment.

This study reveals that consumers prefer on customized connected technology but with it comes the risk of security breaches. In fact some incidents have happened with connected vehicle because of drivers' lack of awareness on security as the same time cyber-criminals trap to the user.

Mind Commerce assesses the connected vehicle landscape, evaluates supporting technologies, and analyzes consumer preference with forecasting of future connected vehicles in major sectors. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

Target Audience:
Mobile network operators
Automobile manufacturers
Wireless device manufacturers
Network infrastructure providers
Application and content developers
Telematics and M2M service providers

 

Connected Vehicles: Market and Forecast for LTE and Telematics Applications 2015 - 2020

Table of Contents:

 

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 9

2.0 INTRODUCTION 10

2.1 OVERVIEW OF THE CONNECTED VEHICLE INDUSTRY IN LTE 10

2.2 OVERVIEW 11

2.2.1 GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 11

2.2.2 AUDIENCE 12

2.2.3 MENTIONED COMPANIES 12

3.0 EVOLUTION OF LTE TECHNOLOGY IN AUTOMATED CAR INDUSTRY 13

4.0 GLOBAL CONNECTED CARS MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY 14

4.1 FOURTH GENERATION (4G) CELLULAR 14

4.1.1 LONG TERM EVOLUTION (LTE) 15

4.1.2 LTE ADVANCED 16

4.2 OTHER NOTABLE CELLULAR DATA OPTIONS 16

4.3 WIFI AND WIMAX 17

4.3.1 WIFI 17

4.3.2 WIMAX 19

4.4 MACHINE-TO-MACHINE (M2M) COMMUNICATIONS 19

4.4.1 CELLULAR DATA TRANSPORT OPTIONS FOR M2M 20

4.4.2 GPRS (GENERAL PURPOSE RADIO SERVICE) 21

4.4.3 1XRTT OR CDMA2000 22

4.4.4 CDPD (CELLULAR DIGITAL PACKET DATA PROTOCOL) 22

4.4.5 LTE FOR M2M 23

5.0 MAJOR CONNECTIVITY ON CONNECTED VEHICLES 24

5.1 THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 24

5.2 EMBEDDED DEVICES 26

5.3 LTE DIRECT 28

5.3.1 PEER-TO-PEER SERVICES VIA LTE DIRECT 29

5.3.2 VEHICLE-RELATED APPLICATIONS AND LTE DIRECT 31

5.4 SHORT-RANGE COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS 32

5.4.1 BLUETOOTH 32

5.4.1 OTHER SHORT RANGE TECHNOLOGIES 33

5.4.1 DEDICATED SHORT-RANGE COMMUNICATIONS (DSRC) 34

5.5 MACHINE-TO-MACHINE (M2M) COMMUNICATIONS 34

5.6 TELEMETRY AND TELEMATICS 35

5.7 WIRELESS DEVICES 37

5.7.1 DEVICES OPTIMIZED FOR CONNECTED VEHICLES 37

5.7.2 WIRELESS OS COMPARISON 39

5.8 CLOUD SERVICE ECOSYSTEM IN CONNECTED VEHICLE MANAGEMENT 40

6.0 CONNECTED CAR MARKET OVERVIEW 41

6.1 INTRODUCTION TO CONNECTED VEHICLES 41

6.2 CONNECTED VEHICLES MARKET 41

6.3 CONNECTED VEHICLE PLATFORM AND TECHNOLOGIES 43

6.4 OUTLOOK OF CONNECTED CAR BY 2020 44

6.4.1 REGIONAL VIEW OF CONNECTED CAR SHIPMENTS 2015 - 2020 45

6.5 REVENUE IN CONNECTED VEHICLE 2015-2020 46

6.5.1 ASSOCIATED SERVICE MARKET SHARE 2015 - 2020 46

6.5.2 CONNECTED CAR REVENUE BY SYSTEMS 2015 - 2020 47

6.6 ECOSYSTEMS IN CONNECTED VEHICLE 48

7.0 CONNECTED VEHICLE INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 50

7.1 AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS 50

7.1.1 GM 50

7.1.2 FORD 53

7.1.3 CHRYSLER 54

7.1.4 HONDA 56

7.1.5 TOYOTA 57

7.1.6 NISSAN 59

7.1.7 HYUNDAI 60

7.1.8 AUDI 61

7.1.9 BMW 63

7.2 TELEMATICS MANUFACTURERS 64

7.2.1 SIRIUSXM 64

7.2.2 VERIZON 65

7.2.3 HARMAN 65

7.2.4 QUALCOMM 66

7.2.5 AMD 66

7.2.6 NVIDIA 66

7.2.7 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 67

7.2.8 FREESCALE 67

7.2.9 NXP 68

7.3 TELECOM COMPANIES 68

7.3.1 VERIZON 68

7.3.2 AT&T 69

7.3.3 SPRINT 70

7.3.4 T-MOBILE 71

8.0 GLOBAL CONNECTED CARS MARKET BY APPLICATIONS 72

8.1 NAVIGATION 72

8.2 TELEMATICS 73

8.3 INFOTAINMENT 74

9.0 SECURITY VULNERABILITIES IN CONNECTED VEHICLES 76

9.1 CLASSIFICATION OF VULNERABLE POINTS 76

9.2 VALUE CHAIN CYBER SECURITY INTEGRATION IN CONNECTED VEHICLE 77

9.3 CONNECTED VEHICLE SECURITY VENDOR MARKET ANALYSIS 78

9.4 CLOUD ASSISTED VEHICLE SECURITY 79

9.5 FUTURE THREATS IN CONNECTED VEHICLES 80

10.0 CASE ANALYSIS 81

10.1 ADVANCED DRIVER SYSTEM WILL DOMINATE THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY BY 2030 81

10.2 SMARTPHONE WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF CONNECTED VEHICLES 82

10.3 GM'S "CAR PLAY" WILL BEAT ITS COMPETITORS BY 2016 83

11.0 FUTURE OUTLOOK AND CHALLENGES 85

11.1 CHALLENGES IN SYSTEM 85

11.1.1 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS WILL LEAD THE WAY FOR CONNECTED VEHICLES 85

11.1.2 SMARTPHONE CONTROL/APPS IS THE KEY DRIVER FOR CONNECTED VEHICLE 86

11.1.3 TETHERING WILL HAVE STEADY GROWTH 87

11.2 CHALLENGES IN SECURITY 87

11.3 PRIVACY CONCERNS IN AUTOMATED VEHICLES 88

11.4 FUTURE APPLICATIONS AND SOLUTIONS 88

11.4.1 AUTONOMOUS CONNECTED VEHICLES 88

11.4.2 TRAFFIC CONTROL AND AVOIDANCE 90

11.4.3 SMART SAFETY FEATURES 90

12.0 CONCLUSIONS 92

12.1 WIRELESS CARRIERS 92

12.2 WIRELESS DEVICE MANUFACTURERS 92

12.3 APPLICATION DEVELOPERS 93

12.4 AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS 93

13.0 APPENDICES 94

13.1 LTE TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE 94

13.1.1 LTE TECHNOLOGY 94

13.1.2 LTE ADVANCED 98

13.1.3 LTE INFRASTRUCTURE ELEMENTS AND ARCHITECTURE 99

13.2 LTE ARCHITECTURE DETAILS 112

13.2.1 SERVICE ARCHITECTURE 114

13.2.2 LAYER 2 OF LTE 115

13.2.3 DOWNLINK LOGICAL 115

13.2.4 UPLINK LOGICAL 117

13.2.5 MOBILITY ACROSS ENBS 118

13.3 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM (IMS) 120

13.3.1 IMS PLANES 120

13.3.2 IMS ELEMENTS 121

13.3.3 SERVICE CONTINUITY FOR VOICE OVER LTE (VOLTE) 123

 

Figures

 

Figure 1: Connected vehicle deployment status in Major Region 11

Figure 2: Evolution of LTE Technology in Automated Car 13

Figure 3: Deployment Services for Connected Service in Car 14

Figure 4: Technological Advancement 1G-4G LTE Advanced 17

Figure 5: Essential Elements of M2M 20

Figure 6: Pre-LTE Cellular Data Options for M2M 21

Figure 7: Cloud service in connected Vehicles 40

Figure 8: Major Elements of Connected Car 41

Figure 9: Worldwide Connected Cars on Road 42

Figure 10: Global Connected Car Shipment vs. Total Shipments 43

Figure 11: Connected Vehicle Platform and Technologies 44

Figure 12: Outlook of Connected car by 2020 45

Figure 13: Regional Forecast Connected Auto Shipments 2015 - 2020 46

Figure 14: Connected Car Service Market Revenue 2015 - 2020 47

Figure 15: Connected Car Revenue by System 2015 - 2020 48

Figure 16: Connected Vehicles Ecosystem 49

Figure 17: Onstar by GM 51

Figure 18: Ford's Sync System 53

Figure 19: UConnect by Chrysler 55

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