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Digitizing the Global Automotive Parts and Service IndustryStephen Spivey, Program ManagerRising personal vehicle ownership offers growth opportunities for vehicle parts and service providers across the world. However, technological, economic and social trends are merging to change how consumers will purchase these products and services in the future.
Why you should attend:
-Learn about the high-growth potential of the automotive aftermarket industry
-Identify how changing consumer behavior will drive growth for new market participants
-Discover how suppliers can leverage existing technology to penetrate new marketsRead more >
In an intelligent transportation network that embraces new mobility business models, we must think beyond automated vehicles. There is a need for a unified approach that reaps benefits across safety, fuel economy and better flow of traffic. This can only be done when vehicles are not only automated, but are capable of communicating with each other, have a better sense of eco-driving and embrace new mobility modes to achieve leaner commuting.
We are witnessing a shift in products and services being provided to business travelers and the way in which companies set up their administration of these activities. New mobility business models, such as carsharing, ridesharing, and e-hailing/taxi services for personal use, are also developing into dedicated corporate mobility services and being integrated into corporate travel options.
Gasoline powertrain will gradually make way for electric powertrain by 2020. Electric powertrain segment is likely to expand, while the gasoline segment experiences slight decline and diesel powertrain segment retains a stable market share.
Ming Lih will discuss the market opportunities of the Chinese powertrain market from 3 segments; gasoline, diesel and electric. She will compare the current and future outlook situation across market, industry, technology, government perspective and consumer's perception.
The global autonomous heavy-duty truck market is gaining momentum, with most major heavy truck-makers trying to make their mark in this competitive field.
Switkes will provide his company's vision of the market, focusing on vehicle-to-vehicle communication and radar-based active braking technologies.
Questions this webinar will answer:
• What is the potential market size?
• What are the emerging trends?
• How will platooning technology evolve?
• What are the costs associated with autonomous driving?
This briefing will review the market for gasoline and diesel engines. The presentation will also focus on electrification of powertrain and explore which electric powertrains have the recipe for success leading up to 2020. We will showcase two specific trends; Mircea Popescu will compare induction motors and permanent magnet motors for hybrid and EV application, and Scott Ellsworth will benchmark Tesla Model S and Nissan Leaf.
Attend this briefing to:
1. Find out if electric vehicles were successful in 2014, and to what extent
2. Learn the gasoline and diesel engine mix for 2014 in Europe
3. Discover consumer choice of gasoline versus diesel cars and how fuel price fluctuations will impact this buying pattern
4. Benchmark technologies like induction motors and permanent magnet motors
5. Compare Tesla Model S with Nissan LEAF
2015 is expected to see global light vehicle sales surpassing 90 million units, with growth in the US and Europe market balancing the slowdown in the emerging markets. Ridesharing, intelligent mobility and big data analytics are key trends that will influence the market in 2015.
This briefing analyses emerging market trends and makes bold predictions for 2015.
Eastern Europe and Central Asia offer very interesting opportunities for the light vehicles sector which includes passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. A new Frost & Sullivan's study analyzes this market in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan, and finds that by 2021 the annual light vehicle sales volume in these eight countries is expected to reach nearly one million.
Over the past decade London has become Europe's primary carsharing (car club) market, second globally only to New York. Over 140,000 Londoners use station-based carsharing services, which deliver several sustainability benefits to the city. Annual research undertaken by Carplus shows that carsharing members use fewer cars, with each carsharing car removing 17 privately owned cars from the road, and members driving 57% fewer miles than the London average.
Why You Should Attend:
- See how carsharing reduces car use in cities
- Learn the key demographic factors statistically linked to carsharing membership
- See variances (and reasoning) for attractiveness of carsharing within a city
- See the quantified market growth potential (members and vehicles) of carsharing and the impacts (economic, environmental, and social)
- Discover the market potential of new one-way carsharing business models in London
- Hear potential policy factors for cities to consider to encourage growth of the carsharing sector
- Get the opportunity to ask the project team (Frost & Sullivan and Zipcar) questions about the approach and their views on the carsharing market in London and beyond
The project logistics market in India comprises of logistics services provided for specialized or non-conventional cargo consignments that are overweight and/or over dimension and cannot be handled or moved using conventional assets and equipment. In most cases, these consignments have to be taken to remote locations with limited transportation infrastructure access using single or multimodal transportation services. With the growing focus on infrastructure development and expanding manufacturing activity in the country, opportunities for these services are expected to grow significantly.
But understanding the project logistics-related practices and preferences of end-user industries is of prime importance for logistics service providers intending to tap the potential opportunity. This briefing will look at the current status of the project logistics market in India and will specifically focus on the trends of key end-user industries, along with growth drivers and challenges for industry participants. It will also provide an outlook for the Indian project logistics market for the next four years.
Why you should attend:
·Learn the current size and segmentation of the project logistics services market in India
· Find out the forecasted market size for the next four years
· Identify the specific factors driving the growth of this market
· Understand the key user industries of these services, and their practices and preferences
· Discover key challenges to be addressed by logistics service providers to tap the potential opportunity