Covid-19

 

Covid-19 is the largest global disrupter we've seen in generations. In times of uncertainty comes opportunity, which means winners and losers. What will it mean for your company? How are your users and consumers changing their behavior? And just what will the post-coronavirus market landscape look like? Find all our latest research in one place.

 
 

Webinar Replay: COVID-19 Tracking Changing Consumer Behaviors and Implications for Brands in US, UK and China

Strategy Analytics shares our analysis and insights on the changing consumer attitudes and expectations about covid-19 impact on consumer life and technology purchases. Additionally, we evaluate how users perceptions of key brand groups have changed in the US, UK and China based on how they have handled the pandemic. Two waves of online surveys with national representative samples of adults were conducted March 21-24 and April 21-25.


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COVID-19 Tracking Changing Consumer Behaviors and Implications for Brands in US, UK and China

How are consumers reacting to the COVID-19 crisis. Strategy Analytics carried out research in the US, UK, and China. Two waves of online surveys with national representative samples of adults were conducted March 21-24 and April 21-25 with these goals.

  • Understand awareness and attitudes towards COVID-19
  • Understand changing work, life and leisure activities
  • Capture consumer expectations on a return to normalcy
  • Determine the impact of COVID-19 on future purchase cycle for new devices
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Measuring the Path of the COVID-19 Recession

This report benchmarks the impact of the COVID-19 recession so far and looks forward to Q2 and the full year in terms of the potential impacts on the smartphone market. We explore the significant decline in units sold seen in China, roadmap where the US market will go in Q1 and Q2.


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COVID-19 Catalyst for Economic Disruption

Strategy Analytics clients are facing turbulent economies around the world being driven by the COVID-19 virus and the policies being implemented to control it.

Strategy Analytics has synthesized the inputs from a wide range of sources and developed scenarios to address the range of outcomes, the risks, and often the opportunities that may emerge. This report presents both a Deep U curve recovery and a more pessimistic Deep U XL (extended length) curve and details the expected impact on global and regional GDP growth.


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Global Smartphone Top 100+ Microvendors Market Share : Q3 2021
taking more shares from small vendors. The "top 30+" vendors worldwide, like Samsung, together shrinks -10% YoY in Q3 2021, in contrast, the next "top 100+" microvendors combined posted -35% YoY decline. We believe microvendors are more vulnerable under COVID-19 crisis and the escalated supply shortage. All microvendors together made up 3% of global

Report | 01/11/2021 Linda Sui | Devices

Automotive Infotainment & Telematics - Systems & Features Q4 2021 - Presenter
2020  $1.80 Billion in 2028 (CAGR 10.9%) Brazil: +79%: From $835 Million in 2020  $1.50 Billion in 2028 (CAGR 7.5%) Vehicle Production Forecast Changes: Q2 2021 vs Q3 2021 (LMC Automotive) October 20, 2021 Source: Infotainment & Telematics Service 3 COVID-19 impact: 2020 output was 15.8% lower than that achieved in 2019, with

Report | 20/10/2021 Richard Robinson | Automotive

Automotive Infotainment & Telematics - Systems & Features Q4 2021 - Market Overview
applications market from 2018 through 2028. The record fall in global vehicle production in 2020 - because of the effects of COVID-19 - saw the OEM market opportunity for Infotainment & Telematics vendors falling by 11.9% YoY in revenue terms in 2020, however only a weak bounce back of 1.8% is expected in 2021, followed by much stronger

Report | 20/10/2021 Richard Robinson | Automotive

Automotive Infotainment & Telematics - Systems & Features Q4 2021 - Presenter
2020  $1.80 Billion in 2028 (CAGR 10.9%) Brazil: +79%: From $835 Million in 2020  $1.50 Billion in 2028 (CAGR 7.5%) Vehicle Production Forecast Changes: Q2 2021 vs Q3 2021 (LMC Automotive) October 20, 2021 Source: Infotainment & Telematics Service 3 COVID-19 impact: 2020 output was 15.8% lower than that achieved in 2019, with

Report | 20/10/2021 Richard Robinson | Automotive

Automotive Infotainment & Telematics - Systems & Features Q4 2021 - Spreadsheet
17 19 16 19 21 16 9 11 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 3.0% Russia 23 22 12 13 15 19 27 24 15 17 14 15 15 18 19 21 21 21 19 19 18 20 1.0% Brazil 7 20 11 9 0 0 0 1 7 16 19 17 13 9 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 -4.2% Rest Of the World 70.8 90.5 78.4 87.9 92.1 95.1 101.6 99.0 142.5 147.2 146.9 138.9 140.2 97.3 101.3 118.3 109.1 100.5 100.3 93.0 85.9 79.6 -2.5

Report | 20/10/2021 Richard Robinson | Automotive

Automotive Infotainment & Telematics - Vendor Market Shares & OEM Features Q4 2021 - Spreadsheet
675 674 Tata Motor Group Jaguar 24 30 31 19 17 17 17 16 16 19 21 20 Land Rover 45 92 95 81 83 92 104 106 109 112 110 112 Tata Motor Group Total 69 122 126 100 100 109 121 122 125 131 131 132 Tesla Motors Tesla Motors 44 163 175 200 243 277 304 328 327 321 347 372 Tesla Motors Total 44 163 175 200 243 277 304 328 327 321 347 372

Report | 20/10/2021 Richard Robinson | Automotive

Presenter - Automotive Electronics System Demand - October 2021
COVID-19 recovery will not be as strong as currently predicted. This could be caused by the emergence of a vaccine-resistant strain of COVID-19. Strategy Analytics expects the biggest impact here would be in the risk of continued manufacturing shut-downs across the supply chain as staff have to self-isolate. It remains possible that these two risk

Report | 14/10/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Main Data Tables - Automotive Electronics System Demand - October 2021
understood to have fallen by 15.9% in 2019, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Production fell in every region. China performed best, with "only" a 4.3% decline. Brazil and Thailand were hardest hit, with production plummeting around 30% in both regions. West Europe was not much better, with a 25% fall in output. The fall in system demand

Report | 14/10/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Automotive Sensor Demand 2019 to 2028 - October 2021
electronic systems was worth $251 billion, down by 10% over the value in 2019. However, the fall in system demand was substantially less than that of global vehicle production, which is now understood to have fallen by 15.9% in 2019, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Production fell in every region. China performed best, with "only" a 4.3

Report | 15/10/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Appendices - Automotive Electronics System Demand - October 2021
of 14.0% over 2020 to 2025, with electrified vehicle systems leading the way. Three additional scenarios can be explored in the " Main Data Tables ".  These examine the likely impact of either a significant semiconductor shortage or a combined semi shortage and resurgence of COVID-19, as well as a more optimistic scenario. This report

Report | 14/10/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Dashboard - Automotive Electronics System Demand - October 2021
of 14.0% over 2020 to 2025, with electrified vehicle systems leading the way. Three additional scenarios can be explored in the " Main Data Tables ".  These examine the likely impact of either a significant semiconductor shortage or a combined semi shortage and resurgence of COVID-19, as well as a more optimistic scenario. This report

Report | 14/10/2021 Ian Riches | Automotive

Global Smartphone Sales Forecast by Technology for 88 Countries : 2017 to 2026
1. Title Emerging Devices 1. Title Global Smartphone Sales Forecast by Technology for 88 Countries: 2017 to 2026 1. Title Emerging Device Technologies (EDT) Market Data   Global legitimate smartphone sales are ramping up again in 2021, in large part due the easing COVID-19 pandemic and market recovery. Asia Pacific will remain

Report | 12/10/2021 Ville-Petteri Ukonaho | Devices

Analysis : Global Bluetooth TWS Headset Sales and Revenue Forecast to 2026
Bluetooth Device Tracker Analysis: Global Bluetooth TWS Headset Sales and Revenue Forecast to 2026 28 September 2021 Report Snapshot Bluetooth True Wireless (TWS) headset sales will witness healthy growth in 2021, driven by Xiaomi and newcomers from India. In 2020 growth slowed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but working at

Report | 28/09/2021 Ville-Petteri Ukonaho | Devices

Analysis : Global Bluetooth TWS Headset Sales & Revenue Forecast to 2026
Device Technologies Analysis: Global Bluetooth TWS Headset Sales and Revenue Forecast to 2026 28 September 2021 Report Snapshot Bluetooth True Wireless (TWS) headset sales will witness healthy growth in 2021, driven by Xiaomi and newcomers from India. In 2020 growth slowed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but working at home

Report | 28/09/2021 Ville-Petteri Ukonaho | Devices

Mobile Accessories : Global Bluetooth TWS Headset Sales and Revenue Forecast to 2026
COVID-19 pandemic, but working at home offset the pandemic. Apple continues as the leader in the industry but is already challenged by competitors such as Xiaomi which are pushing hard from China with cheaper TWS headsets. TWS continues to be the fastest growing segment. This report forecasts worldwide Bluetooth TWS headset sales and revenues from

Report | 28/09/2021 Ville-Petteri Ukonaho | Devices

 

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