Frost & Sullivan will host a free webinar focusing on opportunities and trends in the connected-vehicle market.
“Connected-Car Outlook – Growth Opportunities, Technology and Trends” is scheduled for 3 p.m. Central European Time (9 a.m. Eastern) on Thursday, March 7.
The webinar will offer insight from Krishna Jayaraman, program manager, and Niranjan Manohar, research manager, Mobility Team, at Frost & Sullivan. The webinar also will feature commentary from Raj Paul, regional industry business leader, Automotive Americas, at Microsoft.
The global connected-car market is at a dynamic junction with offerings such as intelligent digital assistants, in-vehicle commerce marketplace and on-demand features gaining traction in the market.
“Automotive OEMs, suppliers and technology companies like Microsoft, Amazon and Google are working together to create next-generation experiences that will be an extension of your smart home and be ready for the autonomous future as well,” Manohar said.
The webinar aims to provide a more comprehensive understanding of the trends impacting the global connected-car market across all key areas, including navigation, infotainment, telematics services, I/O HMI systems, connected location-based services and IOT offerings. Frost & Sullivan will provide a detailed overview of what transpired in 2018 across these key areas and the firm’s expectations for 2019.
The briefing also will provide an assessment of regional market trends across Europe, North America and China. The focus will be on outlining the opportunities across the regions for key product segments.
The webinar will answer these and other key questions:
- What were the key product and technology trends that OEMs adopted in 2018?
- What is the status of the different features offered by OEMs? What are the uptake rates and comparative analyses of OEMs offering these features across different regions?
- What are the new innovations emerging from a business-model perspective in the connected-car space (for example, data monetization).
For more information and to register for the webinar, click here.