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Brazil, Russia push telematics penetration

Posted: 09 Jul 2012 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:telematics? automotive infotainment? wireless? market report?

ABI Research reports on the market for connected car solutions. According to the analyst, global OEM connected car system penetration will rise from 11.4 percent in 2012 to 60.1 percent in 2017.

Penetration in the United States and Western Europe is seen to top 80 percent by 2017. Also, driven by mandates in Brazil and Russia, Latin America and Eastern Europe will also see strong increases in telematics penetration in new vehicles.

Dominique Bonte, VP and practice director, ABI Research, notes that, "In-car connectivity is quickly transforming the automotive industry, enabling passive and active safety and security and offering infotainment and connected lifestyle services to consumers but also enabling new car ownership, usage, and experience modes such as car sharing, (semi)-autonomous driving, dynamic demand-response electric vehicle charging pricing, and customer and vehicle relationship management services including prognostics and preventive maintenance. "

ABI Research's new "Connected Car" market database provides detailed forecasts of embedded, hybrid, and converged connectivity solutions including subscribers, service revenue, and hardware shipments and revenues for the United States, Canada, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, and Africa & The Middle East. These findings are part of ABI Research's Automotive Infotainment, and Safety and Security Telematics Research Services which include additional Competitive Analyzes, Vendor Matrices, Market Data, and Insights.





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