Workforce Management Software Market - By Deployment, Industry,
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According to Cisco (News - Alert), one of the leading smart car technology makers of
the world, the Internet of Cars can unlock about US$1400 in benefits
each year per vehicle. Higher connectivity through a maingrid knowledge
frame will make smart car technology-fitted automobiles cognizant of
which routes to take, and which to avoid, for greater time saving, and
even safety. There are a slew of benefits from this - less traffic, more
productivity, lesser accidents, lower insurance costs, immediate and
automatic crisis notification and response, and much more.
Other benefits include remote sensing between cars - the smart
automobiles of the future will be able to drive themselves, staying
connected through smart networks with adjacent vehicles on the road,
sharing information about road safety pooled and accessed through Big
Data, and much more. Transportation would no longer be restricted to
manual attention on the road, but can actually be used for productive
purposes. Furthermore, transport infrastructure will benefit from an
automated and well organized tansport system. Fuel savings will
culminate from timely reminder for servicing, taxation and pricing for
vehicles. Most easily scalable benefits of connectivity desired by
customers include accessing mobile applications without a jeopardizing
life on the road, and tethering of mobile phone connections to the car
to access internet while driving.
Connected car market potential is limitless. The ecosystem for such a
transportation system will be difficult to instate, but will guarantee
efficiency, savings, and high returns. Moreover, an enthusiastic range
of smart car vendors, outdoing each other in terms of technologies
offered are testing cars of the future. Technology, as well as
automobile bigwigs are pooling in their R&D to make prototypes which
have been launched, and others which are slated to be launched soon.
Some of technology players leading the game are Google, Canada based
QNX, Delphi (News - Alert), Cisco, AutoTalks, NVidia, Mobileye, and others.
The added advantage to these new generation cars, fitted to perform
almost all connectivity and technological functions without manual
intervention is the freedom to use clean/bio fuel for powering the cars,
opening the door to another related and extremely relevant market.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Research Approach and Methodology
3. Executive Summary
4. Market Dynamics
5. Technology Snapshot
6. Cyber Security of Cars Market Segmentation and Forecast
7. Vendor Market Share
8. Competitive Intelligence - Company Profiles
9. Investment Analysis
10. Future of Europe Cyber Security of Cars
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