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Top 5 Connected Car Growth Opportunities

Growth opportunities for the connected car industry are accelerating in a post-COVID world. The implementation of relevant technologies is creating new opportunities for all stakeholders in the industry. Innovations in and around embedded connectivity, bio-based health monitoring, and non-touch-based haptics such as gesture recognition have taken precedence due to the need for protection and risk aversion. Start-ups and other mid-tier connected car technology firms leading innovation are being highly pursued in ways unlike witnessed in the past.

Register for this webinar and explore:
• Key connected car trends from CES 2021
• What's next in terms of data-defined vehicles
• Updates across operating systems, over-the-air (OTA), and vehicle-to-everything (V2X)
• 5G growth opportunities and their respective use cases
• Trends across cloud and data management solutions
Recorded Mar 25 2021 62 mins
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Niranjan Manohar, Research Director and Jack Palmer, Senior Consultant, Frost & Sullivan
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  • Global Automotive Aftermarket: Strategies for Revenue Generation & Growth Recorded: Jun 8 2021 79 mins
    Anuj Monga, Frost & Sullivan and Ben Johnson, Mitchell1
    With the pandemic hindering personal mobility needs and keeping most of the population off the road, 2020 was a challenging year for the automotive industry globally. While the impact was most visible on new car sales demand, which fell by almost 23% during 2020, aftermarket demand for replacement parts and accessories was also adversely impacted, declining by 8.8%. Different market participants were forced to re-examine some of their strategies, particularly their approach to the market. The growing adoption of online channels will expedite investments in this space. New product categories emerging from evolving functional technologies and alternate powertrain systems will bolster aftermarket activity.

    The briefing will cover the following:

    • Impact of COVID-19 on the global automotive aftermarket, particularly looking at the shrunk demand for replacement parts and accessories.
    • Longstanding implications of COVID on the evolution of the aftermarket by influencing market participants to refresh their approach to the market.
    • Disruptions in in-vehicle technology and resultant opportunities from servicing electric and autonomous vehicles.
    • New business models, particularly for digitizing offering and fulfillment programs to be competitive in the independent aftermarket.
  • 3 Remote Working Scenarios and their Impact on the Transportation Landscape Recorded: May 5 2021 65 mins
    Shwetha Surender, Director, New Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
    Mobility patterns across cities are highly influenced by Mega Trends, global events, changing work environments, and shifting industry structures, which have a direct correlation with commuting preferences. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is expected to affect the mobility industry for the foreseeable future. Industries and organizations have been forced to rethink the possibilities of their workforce working from home while staff considers new remote working set-ups away from congested cities. This could lead to drastic short-term and possible long-term impacts on industries, the workforce, and the mobility market. In the short term, reduced vehicle usage would be a direct outcome. Consequently, a sustained ripple effect on private car registrations, public transit and new mobility solution adoption, trip patterns, urbanization and infrastructure requirements could disrupt the entire mobility industry. The evolving dynamics and rise in remote working trends are expected to significantly impact overall mobility patterns by 2030.

    Key benefits of attending this webinar:
    • Understand the implications of remote working on the global transportation landscape, including car ownership vis-à-vis shared mobility usage and employee commuting patterns.
    • Discover how and why shared mobility operators, technology platform providers, and OEMs will benefit from and/or be disrupted by the expected impact on mobility outflow, plans for buying a vehicle and modal shifts such as increased usage of shared mobility and active transportation modes.
    • Learn how businesses can capitalize on the seismic changes happening in the industry to build a more robust growth pipeline by tapping strategies such as supplying new mobility solutions (including bike sharing, corporate ride hailing, demand responsive transit, flexible subscription packages, and mobility budget) and driving business with new vehicle segments.
  • Hydrogen Transforming Mobility in Trucks Recorded: Apr 22 2021 63 mins
    Franck Leveque, Jean-Dominique Bonnet and Jagadesh Chandran, Frost & Sullivan
    The development of fuel cells for mobility applications is gaining traction as countries create hydrogen economies to achieve zero-emission targets. Fuel cell technology in trucks is emerging as an alternative to battery-electric options. As we analyze the public and private sectors' initiatives to facilitate hydrogen energy efficiency in mobility, we see potential growth opportunities for fuel cell trucks, depending on improvements in value chain capabilities. Turnkey ownership plans, including infrastructure, are attractive to fleets moving away from the traditional ownership model. The product and opportunity landscape of fuel cell trucks suggests China, Japan, and South Korea lead the transition over North American and European markets with solid growth opportunities worldwide.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Learn about strategies manufacturers are applying to accelerate their pipeline.
    • Identify growth opportunities in emerging hydrogen economies.
    • Understand government efforts in promoting fuel cell trucks in various regions.
    • Gain best practices for strategic partnerships and collaborations.
  • Growth Opportunities across the Powertrain and e-Mobility Market Globally Recorded: Apr 21 2021 43 mins
    Anjan Hemanth Kumar, Research Director and Jose Serras-Pereira, Growth Consulting Director, Frost & Sullivan
    One in 10 cars sold globally was either an EV or a hybrid; the electrification wave is here to stay. Regulatory pressure, changing driving habits, environmental consciousness among customers, emerging business models, and disruptive growth in digitization have significantly influenced the powertrain mix.

    Key Takeaways:

    • How is the powertrain mix changing, and what is the regulatory impact?
    • What is the pace of adoption of charging infrastructure?
    • Who are the auto manufacturers and companies changing e-mobility?
    • How are powertrain technologies (including batteries) and business models evolving?
  • Top 5 Connected Car Growth Opportunities Recorded: Mar 25 2021 62 mins
    Niranjan Manohar, Research Director and Jack Palmer, Senior Consultant, Frost & Sullivan
    Growth opportunities for the connected car industry are accelerating in a post-COVID world. The implementation of relevant technologies is creating new opportunities for all stakeholders in the industry. Innovations in and around embedded connectivity, bio-based health monitoring, and non-touch-based haptics such as gesture recognition have taken precedence due to the need for protection and risk aversion. Start-ups and other mid-tier connected car technology firms leading innovation are being highly pursued in ways unlike witnessed in the past.

    Register for this webinar and explore:
    • Key connected car trends from CES 2021
    • What's next in terms of data-defined vehicles
    • Updates across operating systems, over-the-air (OTA), and vehicle-to-everything (V2X)
    • 5G growth opportunities and their respective use cases
    • Trends across cloud and data management solutions
  • China Belt & Road Initiative Recorded: Feb 4 2021 42 mins
    Masaki Honda, Senior Consulting Director of Automotive & Transportation
    The Chinese government launched the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2013 to build an international trade infrastructure network that connects Asia, Europe and other countries.

    In this briefing, we will analyze the implications and opportunities of the ancient Silk Road, which played a major role in trading silk and other goods and had economic consequences, and the journey to the modern Silk Road. The briefing will also discuss:
    • Overview of the modern Silk Road
    • New Eurasian Land Bridge
    • China-Pakistan economic corridor
    • Blue Economic Passage
    • Participants of the Belt and Road Initiative
    • Development of new Smart Cities

    Join us to listen to insights from Frost & Sullivan’s Masaki Honda, Senior Consulting Director, Mobility, APAC.
  • What’s Driving the 2021 Global Automotive Industry? Recorded: Jan 28 2021 65 mins
    Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner and Associate Partners Dr. Julia E. Saini and Vivek Vaidya, Frost & Sullivan
    The automotive industry is one of the most significant contributors to the overall economy of the world. The sector plays a unique role in bringing together the most scientific and technological advancements globally and is critical to global corporations' growth and performance.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to the annual webinar, What's Driving the 2021 Global Automotive Industry? Join Senior Partner Sarwant Singh and Associate Partners Dr. Julia E. Saini and Vivek Vaidya as they provide a strategic outlook and discuss the industry's challenges and growth opportunities, followed by an interactive, live, question-and-answer session.


    Key Questions to Be Answered:

    1. How did the automotive industry perform in 2020? Who were the winners and losers?
    2. What evolving, disruptive trends are driving the automotive market in 2021?
    3. How will various automotive ecosystems impact a new norm?
    4. What critical opportunities will emerge in the automotive market in 2021?
  • Future of 5G and V2X - Creating A Smarter and Safer Mobility Ecosystem 5G Recorded: Jan 21 2021 45 mins
    Masaki Honda / 本多正樹 Senior Consulting Director, Mobility, APAC / シニアコンサルティングディレクター モビリティAPAC
    現在、車車間通信(V2V)や路車間通信(V2I)などV2X一部のサービスは既に実用化されている。
    現在は4Gネットワークをベースにサービスが提供されているが、今後、5Gの普及に伴いさらにV2Xで可能なサービスが増え、よりスマートで安全なモビリティエコシステムが創造されることが期待される。
    このブリーフィングでは、V2Xにおける5Gの可能性と、今後のV2Xの展望について議論する。

    Agenda:
    1. 5Gの将来
    2. V2Xの将来
  • Transformational Shifts in the Global Electric Two-wheeler Industry Recorded: Dec 8 2020 62 mins
    Kirk James, CMO, Gogoro and Frost & Sullivan Industry Experts
    Join us to uncover the critical factors that will impact the electric two-wheeler ecosystem through this informative webinar. Gain insights into the key growth markets in electric two-wheeler sales over the next five to seven years. Garner an intuitive understanding of technologies and organizational strategies geared to drive this sector's trajectory.

    Panellists will present and discuss unique perspectives, including:

    1. Impact of COVID-19 on the global two-wheeler market
    2. Current and future expectations of the global electric two-wheeler industry
    3. Key trends and growth opportunities
  • Future of Skateboard/Platform Architectures and Benchmarking of Key Industry Pla Recorded: Nov 19 2020 62 mins
    Frost & Sullivan, Daniel Barel, Co-Founder & CEO, REE and Giuseppe Bonollo, Senior Vice President, Pininfarina
    As the industry converges toward Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric (CASE), there is an increasing need to reconsider OEMs’ platform strategies. Most OEMs have worked on re-engineering or modifying their conventional platforms to accommodate electric vehicle (EV) components such as batteries and motors. Since these platforms were not designed for EVs, any platform changes will be a stop-gap solution. Eventually, all OEMs will develop an EV platform from the ground up or rely on suppliers to offer new connectivity and automation functionality. The modular electric vehicle platforms will be flexible and multifaceted, with various vehicle types and shapes being built on the same platform. This approach will save OEMs the time, effort, and money required to launch new models.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Find out how to effectively approach points of disruption and outline a mechanism to act.
    • See how companies can translate trends into optimal growth potential.
    • Listen to a unique perspective of the impact on the automotive ecosystem.
    • Understand the various business models and how to ensure profitability.
  • Global Vehicle Leasing Industry: 4 Growth Opportunities Revealed Recorded: Oct 7 2020 69 mins
    Frost & Sullivan, Sam Heymans, CEO & Co-founder, Lizy and Sandeep Gambhir, Director, ORIX Leasing and Financial Services
    Operational leasing is preferred, but how long will that continue? What is the impact of the emergence of electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid vehicles in the leasing industry? Geographically, where is there future growth potential for leasing?

    Key Takeaways:

    • Top growth opportunities identified in the leasing industry
    • Expected recovery and emergence of new business solutions
    • Strategies of market leaders to address the impacts of COVID-19
    • Accelerating trends due to COVID-19 impact
  • Global Used Car Market: Shift Gears to Drive Future Growth Recorded: Sep 15 2020 63 mins
    Shwetha Surender and Mubarak Moosa,Frost & Sullivan, Laurent Potel, CEO & Co-Founder of Reezocar
    The global used car market is poised for growth and is expected to boom, driven by COVID and the subsequent market realignment. At twice the size of the new car market, used vehicles present an untapped opportunity. With over $350 million in sales, used vehicles account for 75% of overall vehicle sales in the US. In key European markets such as the UK, Germany, and France, used car sales are typically three times larger than new car sales.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Learn about the potential for the online used car industry
    • Explore opportunities in the electric used car market
    • Understand the competitor landscape of the online used car marketplace
    • Hear best practices for the future of used car retailing
  • Identify Growth Opportunities Across Automotive Verticals for Industry Recovery Recorded: Apr 29 2020 70 mins
    Frost & Sullivan APAC Mobility Team
    In the midst of this chaos prompted by the widespread effects of the coronavirus, the global automotive industry will confront a challenging year in new vehicle sales and is projected to register a 24% drop in growth during 2020. To help players survive the present and thrive in the future, Frost & Sullivan has curated a comprehensive scenario-based analysis on the current challenges faced across segments in the automotive industry.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Find out how OEMs will revise supplier sourcing strategies and chart out cohesive roadmaps for future contingencies
    • Discover how E-retailing as a channel to sell cars, parts and services will emerge as a clear winner
    • Identify risk mitigation strategies for both dealers and OEMs to recover from market slowdown
    • Understand how the liabilities of vehicle manufacturers are expected to rise as continuous plant shutdowns result in losses of billions of dollars per week
  • 新型コロナウイルスの自動車産業への影響分析 Recorded: Apr 23 2020 22 mins
    本多正樹 / フロスト&サリバン APACモビリティ業界 シニアコンサルティング ディレクター
    新型コロナウィルスの世界経済への影響は、ビジネスリーダーをかつてないほどの不確実な状態にしています。企業や政府の意思決定者達は、私たちが直面する新しい課題を理解し、どのような行動を取る必要があるのでしょうか。

    このセミナーの主なポイントは:
    新型コロナウイルスが主要国およびOEMへ与える影響とそれらのリスク軽減方法
    自動車業界生産とセールスのシナリオ分析
    自動車業界サブセクターの成長機会
  • Identify Growth Opportunities Across Automotive Verticals for Industry Recovery Recorded: Apr 21 2020 62 mins
    Frost & Sullivan Mobility Experts
    In the midst of this chaos prompted by the widespread effects of the coronavirus, the global automotive industry will confront a challenging year in new vehicle sales and is projected to register a 24% drop in growth during 2020. To help players survive the present and thrive in the future, Frost & Sullivan has curated a comprehensive scenario-based analysis on the current challenges faced across segments in the automotive industry.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Find out how OEMs will revise supplier sourcing strategies and chart out cohesive roadmaps for future contingencies
    • Discover how E-retailing as a channel to sell cars, parts and services will emerge as a clear winner
    • Identify risk mitigation strategies for both dealers and OEMs to recover from market slowdown
    • Understand how the liabilities of vehicle manufacturers are expected to rise as continuous plant shutdowns result in losses of billions of dollars per week
  • 5 New Growth Opportunities in Global ECommerce for Automotive Parts Recorded: Feb 20 2020 28 mins
    Kumar Saha, Research Director and Anuj Monga, Global Program Manager, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
    Digital technologies are disrupting the global automotive aftermarket retail, and newer channels are challenging the traditional approach for selling replacement parts, accessories, and services. While growth in mature markets, including the US and Western Europe, is slowing down, newer growth territories and trends are emerging, which will drive adoption in the future.

    Join Frost & Sullivan for a complimentary webinar as we take a deep dive and answer:

    • How can you keep up with the rapidly evolving physical retail environment?
    • What retail technologies will drive growth opportunities over the next decade?
    • How can your company build a strategy for online product categories?
  • What’s Driving the 2020 Global Automotive Industry? Recorded: Feb 11 2020 67 mins
    Frost & Sullivan,Sarwant Singh,Franck Leveque,Shwetha Surender and Martyn Briggs,Bank of America,Heral Mehta,Rothschild & Co.
    The automotive industry is arguably the most significant pillar of the global economy on the strength of its overall contribution. The sector plays a unique role in bringing together most of the significant scientific and technological advancements around the globe and is critical to fueling growth and performance levels of international businesses.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Learn the evolving disruptive trends driving the automotive market in 2020
    • Hear a unique perspective on the impact on various automotive ecosystem players
    • Get access to the critical growth areas that will emerge in the automotive market in 2020
  • Car-as-a-Marketplace: A Transaction Center on Wheels Recorded: Jan 21 2020 71 mins
    Krishna Jayaraman, Program Manager, Niranjan Manohar, Research Director, and Melek Ozturk Consultant, Frost & Sullivan
    In-car commerce or the “car-as-a-marketplace” concept promises to profoundly transform the universe of transactions, enabling us to reserve, order, and buy everything within an on-route journey.

    The webinar will focus on the market dynamics (partnerships, retailers, platform requisites) and customer perceptions (interest and willingness to pay for on-demand services) in connected vehicles along with the myriad growth opportunities created by making the car a high-octane transactional hub.

    Key Takeaways:

    • How do you engage a customer on the in-vehicle infotainment platform? What is the best category of services? What are the steps to launch a robust retail portfolio in cars?
    • What are the implications for the industry, including the need for new data-driven platforms and partners?
    • How can you take advantage of growth opportunities, such as business models for one-time purchase, recurrent transactional models and pay-as-you-go options?
    • What are the investment opportunities, including revenue potential from the marketplace and on-demand ROI from connected cars?
  • 2025 Vision of Fleet Telematics: Growth Recommendations for Vendors Recorded: May 8 2019 75 mins
    Franck Leveque, Partner, Frost & Sullivan, Adam McCarty, Vice President, Lytx, Colin Sutherland, Vice President, Geotab
    The fleet management industry is undergoing a significant transformation in terms of platformization, digitalization, and data-driven business models. Major telematics vendors have understood the need for progression and are headed in the right direction, while other vendors have struggled to innovate and often try to emulate strategies of forerunners. Most vendors in the industry are content with their mainstream offerings, staying away from potential revenue-generating opportunities within their market radar. This transformation in the industry is set to open new growth opportunities for vendors as they diversify into new service-related revenue streams.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Gain insight into best practices in the connected fleet industry
    • Understand industry evolution and new technologies
    • Learn how vehicular data collected through a telematics platform can help government agencies predict traffic patterns, enhance sustainability, curb emissions, and optimize urban infrastructure projects
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