A wide range of interesting trends emerged in the passenger vehicle telematics market in 2006, including 3D imagery, integration of digital map data for navigation into Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) applications; Hard Disk Drive (HDD) based navigation, audio entertainment and the nascent Pay As You Drive (PAYD) insurance scheme. This briefing will discuss the emerging markets and explore the legislative and technical trends in the passenger and commercial vehicle telematics and infotainment markets. It will also evaluate the effects of these trends on the future performance of the industry.
This teleconference is a must for vehicle manufacturers, tier-1 suppliers, component manufacturers, service suppliers and other significant companies in the telematics and infotainment value chain for both passenger and commercial vehicle telematics, all of whom will benefit enormously from the bird's eye view of the market and trends this dynamic, interactive briefing will provide.
Highlights of the briefing will include: an analysis of emerging technological and product trends across the market as a whole, the performance of the current navigation market and the forecast trends, and key market opportunities in this exciting growth area.
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"The market for passenger vehicle telematics in Europe is currently witnessing the arrival of applications such as stolen vehicle tracking, PAYD and 3D imagery, and the future of the OE navigation systems market as a whole depends on the successful introduction on ULCLF (Ultra Low Cost Line Fitments) into the C segments," says Praveen Chandrasekar, Team Leader, Telematics and Infotainment for Frost & Sullivan's Automotive & Transportation group. "The market remains young and untapped, with a high degree of competition between existing competitors, leading to a long-overdue consolidation of reputable suppliers."
Frost & Sullivan will hold this conference call at 15.00 BST on Thursday 19 April 2007, which will provide industry participants with an outlook on the Telematics and Infotainment markets.
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