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Author: Richard Robinson
Publication Date: May 24 2021
Pages: 58
Report Type: Report, Word
Infotainment and Telematics

India: More Automakers Launching Connected Services to Compete

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Report Summary:

Rapid growth of connected cars in India, including the introduction of connected features for mid-segment cars, is occurring as automakers focus on providing an array of connected services options to end users. This report provides an overview of automakers’ efforts to launch new connected services and the suppliers in the market helping bring these solutions to market.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. State of Infotainment Features and Connected Services in India
3. Infotainment Solutions in the Indian Market

 3.1 New Market Entrants
 3.2 Impact of Consolidation in India’s Automotive Market
4. Connected Car Solutions Available in the Indian Market
 4.1 OEM Infotainment System and Connected Services Overview
  4.1.1 BMW
  4.1.2 Citroen
  4.1.3 Ford
  4.1.4 Honda
  4.1.5 Hyundai
  4.1.6 KIA Motors
  4.1.7 Jaguar Land Rover
  4.1.8 Jeep
  4.1.9 Mercedes-Benz
  4.1.10 MG Motor
  4.1.11 Maruti
  4.1.12 Nissan
  4.1.13 Tata Motors
  4.1.14 Volkswagen
 4.2 Brought-In (Smartphone-Based) Solutions
5. Initiatives and Partnerships for Developing Infotainment Solutions
 5.1 Investments and up-skilling the Indian workforce to adopt new technologies and remain competitive
  5.1.1 MG Motor Dakshata
  5.1.2 Toyota Koushalya
  5.1.3 Hyundai Skill Development
 5.2 Global OEMs offering connected solutions for the Indian market
 5.3 OEM Technology Development Initiatives and Partnerships
  5.3.1 Maruti Suzuki
  5.3.2 MG Motor
  5.3.3 Tata Motors
  5.3.4 Toyota
 5.4 How Indian automaker offerings differ from their global counterparts
6. Supplier Overviews
 6.1 Infotainment OSes in India
  6.1.1 Android Automotive
  6.1.2 Automotive Grade Linux (AGL)
  6.1.3 Blackberry QNX
 6.2 Proprietary Automotive OEM Software Development Efforts
  6.2.1 Mercedes-Benz – MB.OS
  6.2.2 Volkswagen – vw.os
7. HMI Software and Solution Providers in India
 7.1 Altran
 7.2 Aptiv
 7.3 Cerence
 7.4 Claytronics Solutions
 7.5 Continental
 7.6 Denso
 7.7 Elektrobit India
 7.8 Embitel
 7.9 Faurecia Clarion
 7.10 Harman
 7.11 KPIT
 7.12 Luxoft
 7.13 Magneti Marelli
 7.14 Qualcomm
 7.15 QuEST
 7.16 Rightware
 7.17 Robert Bosch
 7.18 Synaptics
 7.19 Tata Elxsi
 7.20 Valeo
 7.21 Visteon
 7.22 ZF Friedrichshafen
8. Technology Providers and Development Partners
 8.1 IBM
 8.2 MapMyIndia
 8.3 Tata Communications
 8.4 Tata Elxsi
 8.5 Wipro
9. Connected Apps Developers in India
10. Implications for the Indian Market
11. Analyst Contacts
 11.1 Other Contacts

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