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AUTOMOTIVE IN-VEHICLE MEDIA SOFTWARE - GLOBAL

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Enabling Technology Leadership 2019
The new-age automotive environment is transitioning towards connected and self-driving vehicles; and the time that occupants will spend in these advanced vehicles will be more focused on entertainment rather than vehicle operations. This would require original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to focus on providing an immersive in-car digital experience to the driver and passengers. However, the lead time for developing vehicles extends over several years and manufacturers are unable to keep pace with quickly proliferating digital technologies. OEMs and Tier I automotive suppliers face various challenges, but providing a feature-rich in-vehicle multimedia experience similar to advancements in the consumer electronics industry has become their top priority. Specialized third-party software vendors can help OEMs and Tier I suppliers shorten the gap between in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) software design cycles with consumer electronics industry developments and provide a similar digital experience, thereby increasing customer satisfaction.

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  • Background and Company Performance.
  • Significance of Enabling Technology Leadership
  • Understanding Enabling Technology Leadership
  • Best Practices Recognition: 10 Steps to Researching, Identifying, and Recognizing Best Practices
  • The Intersection between 360-Degree Research and Best Practices Awards

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Automotive Infotainment

Should OEMs and Tier Ones Rely on Third-Party Software Expertise?

© 2016 ABI Research.

According to ABI Research, the connected infotainment market value is expected to grow to US$52.90 billion by 2020, up from US$15.34 billion in 2015.

However, all the new possibilities offered by smartphone and cloud technologies must be exploited in such a way that car makers are able to differentiate themselves while reducing time to market and lowering total cost of ownership. The question of whether opting for in-house, open source or third-party vendor solutions has never been as important as it is today.

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