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Frost and Sullivan’s Assessment of the European Remote Vehicle
Diagnostics and In-Car Infotainment Markets
Soikot Sengupta...
Agenda
• Introduction to Remote Vehicle Diagnostics and In-Car
Infotainment
• Remote Vehicle Diagnostics (RVD):
– Market D...
Introduction to Remote Vehicle Diagnostics and In-
Car Infotainment
! Frost and Sullivan has recently published two report...
Remote Vehicle Diagnostic (RVD) - Market Data
and Forecasts
Passenger Vehicles Remote Diagnostics Market Size
and Revenue ...
Remote Vehicle Diagnostic (RVD): Types of
Services
Remote DiagnosticsRemote Diagnostics
PassivePassive
Proactive Diagnosti...
Remote Vehicle Diagnostics (RVD) : Drivers &
Restraints
Impact
Confidentiality
of information
Data
gathering
Minimise flee...
In-Car Infotainment: Market Data and Forecast
In-Car Infotainment Systems Market Revenue Forecast
(Europe), 2001-2009
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1,...
In-Car Infotainment: Technology Roadmap
1 9 9 0 1 9 9 5 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 5
T -D A B
S -D A B
B a s ic
N a vig...
In-Car Infotainment : Drivers & Restraints
Impact
Limited dash
board space
Demand for
sound and
information
Product
differ...
Strategic Conclusions
! Open standard has to be made available for cost leveraging
! Open standards will allow systems fle...
Questions?
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Assessment of the European Remote Vehicle Diagnostics and In-Car Infotainment Markets - Soikot Sengupta, Frost & Sullivan

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Assessment of the European Remote Vehicle Diagnostics and In-Car Infotainment Markets - Soikot Sengupta, Frost & Sullivan

  1. 1. Frost and Sullivan’s Assessment of the European Remote Vehicle Diagnostics and In-Car Infotainment Markets Soikot Sengupta 29.09.2003
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction to Remote Vehicle Diagnostics and In-Car Infotainment • Remote Vehicle Diagnostics (RVD): – Market Data and Forecasts – Types of Services – Drivers and Restraints • In Car Infotainment: – Market Data and Forecasts – Technology Roadmap – Drivers and Restraints • Strategic Conclusions
  3. 3. Introduction to Remote Vehicle Diagnostics and In- Car Infotainment ! Frost and Sullivan has recently published two reports on the growth of Remote Vehicle Diagnostics (RVD) and Infotainment, highlighting the opportunities in both markets. ! Conclusion of both reports show an enormous revenue potential for the future ! Remote Vehicle Diagnostics (RVD) and Infotainment systems are prime targets for the introduction of an OGSi platform ! Currently both areas are operating primarily with on-board systems
  4. 4. Remote Vehicle Diagnostic (RVD) - Market Data and Forecasts Passenger Vehicles Remote Diagnostics Market Size and Revenue Forecast (Europe), 2001-2009 0 1000000000 2000000000 3000000000 4000000000 5000000000 6000000000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year Revenues(€) 0 200000000 400000000 600000000 800000000 1000000000 1200000000 1400000000 1600000000 1800000000 2000000000 Units € Units Note: All figures are rounded. Source: Frost & Sullivan • Frost & Sullivan estimates revenues for European Passenger Car Remote Vehicle Diagnostics Market to be €344million in 2003 • We expect the market to reach €1.8 billion by 2010, with a CAGR of 31.6% • Remote diagnostics is expected to be available as an option in most Executive and Luxury vehicles by 2005 and may become standard by 2008 • After 2009 the market is expected to remain stable until further penetration of RVD can be achieved in lower-medium and small car segments
  5. 5. Remote Vehicle Diagnostic (RVD): Types of Services Remote DiagnosticsRemote Diagnostics PassivePassive Proactive DiagnosticsProactive Diagnostics PeriodicPeriodic ContinuousContinuous Reactive DiagnosticsReactive Diagnostics Vehicle Initiated Fault Notification Vehicle Initiated Fault Notification PrognosticsPrognostics Preventive Maintenance Preventive Maintenance • Present: Passive Reactive Diagnostics is currently the main RVD service available in the market • Short to Mid Term: Periodic Diagnostics is a reality but OEMs are testing the vulnerability and potential of the service. • Long Run: Move towards continuous and eventually proactive diagnostics, • Key Challenge: Telecommunications needs upgrading to GPRS or UMPT.
  6. 6. Remote Vehicle Diagnostics (RVD) : Drivers & Restraints Impact Confidentiality of information Data gathering Minimise fleet downtime Higher customer loyalty Telematics driving RVD Reduction of warranty cost DriversRestraints High Cost of Introduction Bandwidth and Communication Cost Absence of business model Lack of perceived benefits
  7. 7. In-Car Infotainment: Market Data and Forecast In-Car Infotainment Systems Market Revenue Forecast (Europe), 2001-2009 - 1,000,000,000 2,000,000,000 3,000,000,000 4,000,000,000 5,000,000,000 6,000,000,000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year Revenues(€) Note: All figures are rounded. Source: Frost & Sullivan • Frost and Sullivan estimates the market for infotainment market to represent €1.8 billion in 2003 • The market is forecasted to grow to €5 billion by 2009, a CAGR of 9.8 percent • Potential for OSGi is enormous! Frost and Sullivan estimates that by 2009, Navigation and Digital Audio broadcasting will account for over 50% of the market
  8. 8. In-Car Infotainment: Technology Roadmap 1 9 9 0 1 9 9 5 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 5 T -D A B S -D A B B a s ic N a vig a tio n A d v a n c e d N a vig a tio n (R D S -T M C ) H yb rid N a vig a tio n N a vig a tio n O ff-b o a rd M o b ile In te rn e t M u s ic D o w n lo a d s V id e o D o w n lo a d s
  9. 9. In-Car Infotainment : Drivers & Restraints Impact Limited dash board space Demand for sound and information Product differentiation Demand for incident free driving Analogue to digital switch High margins for OEMs DriversRestraints Short product life cycle OEM reluctance towards sharing Bus network High retail price Delay in introducing new telecom standards
  10. 10. Strategic Conclusions ! Open standard has to be made available for cost leveraging ! Open standards will allow systems flexibility in the choice of hardware ! Open standards will reduce the impact between the short life cycle of consumer electronics/telematics products and the long life cycle of a vehicle.
  11. 11. Questions?

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