Airbiquity teams up with INRIX and Parkopedia.
A just-released NIELSEN report has found that around one in five drivers aware of connected cars is already driving one of them -- and that number is expected to increase as car manufacturers continue to introduce the new tech into more and more models.
Think of Livio Connect as a liaison between your customers’ various apps and hardware devices. It’s a protocol that enables users to control today’s apps with their voice or fingers through the physical buttons on hardware equipment — including enabled head units and consumer electronics.
iGR’s new market research report, U.S. Connected Car Market Forecast, 2012 – 2017: Infotainment on Four Wheels, defines several connected car services, highlights the products in the market today, and discusses the challenges of implementation. The report also highlights consumers’ interest in the market, as defined by a survey of...
Market Report: Global Connected Car M2M Connections, Inverter Systems Renewable Energy and Digital Financial Services Market 2013 – 2018
A new report suggests that the global connected car M2M connections and services market to grow at a CAGR of 28.45 percent over the period 2013-2018.
December 2013: iGR Study Examines the Increasing Bandwidth Demand of the Connected Car Market in the U.S.
Connected car solutions, which require the availability of broadband service, are becoming increasingly popular in the U.S., where consumers are reliant on their automobiles, as well as their smartphones and tablets. Over the five-year period between 2012 and 2017, the number of connected cars in the U.S. is expected to grow at a CAGR of 142 percent as new applications become more readily available in cars.
New HIS Automotive study forecasts more than 150 million connected cars on global highway by 2020, yielding approximately $14.5 billion in revenue from automotive data assets.
Global connected car market shipments are expected to reach 59.86 million units and likely to reach $98.42 billion by 2018. In terms of connectivity technologies, LTE will be the main connectivity solution especially when the vehicle is in motion.
A number of sector experts discuss whether telematics could be the next insurance revolution in an hour long webinar