Telematics Ecosystem Reviewed by MIC in New Market Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
28 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In tandem with the ever-developing ICT and electronic control systems technologies, the telematics sector has been thriving over the past few years.
With the evolution of ICT and control system technologies, telematics has become an essential part of the IoT architecture. Telematics is an interdisciplinary domain which integrates GPS technology and transport infrastructure for different transport purposes, including real-time traffic, in-car entertainment, traffic safety, remote driving diagnostics and emergency roadside assistance services. Those services are aimed at providing a smarter driving environment in order to enhance the efficient use of roads and also reduce the number of accidents, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. With respect to applications, the telematics ecosystem is divided into smartway and smartcar.
Telematics patent ownership is mainly concentrated in the hands of US-based, Japanese and European firms.
Bosch, General Motors, Enso, Honda, Toyota, General Electric Company, Ford, Apple and Google are amid the dominant industry players. Other companies operating in the market include AT&T, Automotive Technologies International, Broadcom, Continental Automotive, Denso, Exon Science, Flextronics AP, Gogoro, Hitachi, HTI IP, IBM, M2M Solution, LG, Microsoft, Omega Patents, Samsung, The Boeing Company, Trimble Navigation, United Parcel Service of America, and Voicebox Technologies Corporation.
New research report “Telematics: Technology, Business Opportunity and Patent Analysis” drawn up by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC) provides an overview of telematics development and its market outlook. It examines strategic and patent deployments of the entrenched participants in the industry from the USA, Japan, Europe, Korea and Taiwan. The research publication also analyses and ranks the R&D intensity of the 30 leading assignees as well as offers an in-depth analysis of the top 10 telematics patents. The patent’s generality index is calculated for each patent to assess the patent's influence on the industry. All in all, the study analyses and cross-examines 7,069 patents based on sector and field. A total of 27 key technology telematics related fields are identified.
Telematics: Technology, Business Opportunity and Patent Analysis
Published: July, 2015
Price: US$ 2,000.00
More reports by the publisher can be found at MIC page.