DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug 9, 2018--The "Opportunity for Non Traditional Telematics Providers in Truck Telematics Market" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Globally 73.1 million trucks are expected to be connected by 2025 and penetration of telematics is set to rise. These macro factors coupled with trends such as rising sales due to economic development, stricter regulations, and more importantly advent of autonomous trucking have driven the interest of non-traditional telematics players toward truck telematics. Currently, Non- traditional telematics providers such as Truck OEMs, Aggregate manufacturers, Telcos, Map providers, and Tire manufacturers make up the eco system along with Traditional Telematics providers.

As of 2017, Non-traditional telematics providers make up for 42.6% out of a total installed base of 12.9 million units in Europe and North America. Truck OEMs initially paved the way for truck telematics starting as early as 1995, via their in-house solutions. Later, they were emulated by other Non-traditional players, who forayed into truck telematics via partnerships and acquisitions.

With the emergence of value trucks' and their demand amongst fleet owners, telematics has become a key differentiator amongst Truck OEMs. Telematics is also helping OEMs to strengthen their customer association to their brand - converting one-time sales into continual service centred relationships. OEMs currently cater to 10.9% of the total installed base and is expected to increase with the prospect of V2V communication and autonomy, as this necessitates OEMs to be the fore-runners with their connectivity solutions.

Key Issues Addressed

What are the trends that are driving Non Traditional telematics providers into entering the connected truck telematics ecosystem? What are the strategies currently devised by Non Traditional telematics providers for entering the commercial vehicle telematics ecosystem? What are the telematics solutions that each of the Non Traditional telematics providers have in their portfolio? What are the strategic imperatives for connected truck vendors as a whole community? What are the opportunities available for future Non Traditional Telematics providers in 2018?

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Scope, Definitions, And Methodology

3. Non Traditional Telematics Providers Market Overview - Truck OEMs

4. Truck Aggregate Manufacturers

5. Tire Manufacturers

6. Telcos

7. Navigation Providers

8. Future Outlook

9. Opportunity Analysis

10. Conclusion

11. Appendix

Companies Mentioned

Daimler Trucks Openmatics Telcos Verison Connect TomTom Telematics

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Related Topics:Telematics and Vehicle Electronics,Trucks

KEYWORD: NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY NETWORKS TELECOMMUNICATIONS TRANSPORT OTHER TRANSPORT AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE

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