The connected car 2011

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Introduction to the existing automotive telematics software systems and the challenges facing the automotive industry to create the car app store of the future.

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  • The Connected Car
    research
    ubermore research, march 2011
  • Over 1 million connected cars were sold last year.
    Future generations of car buyers will place far greater importance on in-car services and software capabilities.
  • Whats making the connect car more important?
    Rise of the Smartphone
    Thirst for connectivity
    Willingness to pay
    Rise of location services
    39% European penetration by 2014.
    77% of Europeans cannot live without daily internet access.
    Analysts estimate Apples App store generated $428 in revenue since launch.
    Facebook places, Gowalla, etc.
    NFC wallet integration.
    The opportunity is for connected daily utility highly integrated into the car
  • Car manufactures are focused on inventing the connected car as a source of competitive advantage.
    "The game has changed from a battle of devices to a war of ecosystems.
    The emergence of ecosystems represents the broad convergence of the mobility, computing and services industries.
    Stephen Eslop, Nokia CEO
    Automotive OEMs need to understand that ecosystems sell the hardware
  • Why should manufactures have the best connected car?
    USP
    Risk
    Servicing Profitability
    Secondary revenue and loyalty
    The ecosystem lesson.
    Ask Toyota why connected fault monitoring might be important.
    The bulk of value for manufactures comes servicing rather than sales.
    Apple makes 30% on all apps sold in its ecosystem.
    Cars of the future will be differentiated by interface not mechanics
  • Navigation: Smartphone vs. Automotive
    365
    2,010
    vs.
    Free SatNav on your Nokia
    iDrive on BMW Series 1
    Who will own the OS & developer environment of tomorrows car app store?
  • NFC : key fob vs. Smartphone
    Mobile Ignition
    Key Ignition
    Mobile NFC payment
    Key fob NFC payment
    Who will own the billing relationship?
  • The future is about just knowing based on context and history
    "We still think of search as something you type. Perhaps a decade from now, you will think, well, that was interesting, I used to type but now it just knows.
    Eric Schmidt
    Cars have a particular form of context and social interaction
  • How can we make the car just know?
    THINK MORE ABOUT
    Upgradable intelligence
    The car as a social connected space
    The revenue share model
    Developers and APIs
    Voice, gestures and sensors
    Replicating the Smartphone
    THINK LESS ABOUT
    Fixed bought options
    The isolated pilot
    Closed proprietary systems
    Ivory tower product designers
    The traditional dial dash
    Enhancing via the context
    Who will own the interior experience? The smartphone or the car?
  • Review of current in-car software systems
    • Ford
    • Mercedes
    • BMW
    • VW Group
    • Audi
    • Hyundai
    • Toyota*
    Sync
    Mbrace
    Assist, Connected Drive
    Planned
    Google 3d
    Blue / link
    Safety Connect / Lexus Enform * Not reviewed
  • FORD
    Leadership in telemetrics has been a large part of Ford's greater credibility in North American. Sync is so important that it's one of the few (only?) sub-brands to be physically badged in ford interiors. Already in 14 models in North America, its based on Microsoft Windows Embedded Automotive
    Sync has revived the perception of the brand as an innovator and leader. But Ford is struggling to bring the proven technology quickly to the European market. Originally promised in 2010the old hardware it runs on will begin to look very tired by the end of this year.
  • MERCEDES
    The king of safety and convenience has mbrace. A long term partnership with American based innovator Huges Telematics. The platform gave a real step change in capability, but can a single development partner keep up with the pace of innovation in this sector?
    Fittingly, Mercedes is one of the few systems to offer and in-car and human concierge system.
  • AUDI
    Part of VW group, Audi has their own startup focused in for 'multimedia systems' (MIS), and seem the test bed for VWs most advanced innovations. Announced at CES, Audi intended to create an entertainment app store.
    "A major area of activity is total control systems. These include the next- and next-but-one-generation MMI concepts, freely programmable instrument clusters and attractive advances in the head-up display, for instance." Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG CES 2011
  • VW GROUP
    Unusually for a German brand, VW have their research group, Electronics Research Laboratory (ERL), based outside Germany in Silicon Valley. Arguably the lab to really watch.
    They've had many high profile and successful projects - the world first 3D Google earth integrated into current production models, a fruitful partnership with Nvidia and a range of amazing collaborations with Stanford.
  • BMW
    Their current offer is called Assist. ConnectedDrive the umbrella for a number of prototypes and technologies from BMW futurelab. The key fob wallet using near field communication seems the most developed surprising idea. Eagerly awaited is the forthcoming 2011 futurelab concept car.
    BMW have announced that meego which will become the infotainment platform of their future cars. (Nokia has abandoned meego for Microsoft)
    Worth watching are the four futurology documentaries on: www.bmwactivatethefuture.com
  • HYUNDAI
    Heavily invested in a lab and research group thee years ago, co-funded with Microsoft using Microsoft Windows Embedded Automotive. Whilst not the most attractive, it appears to be the most innovative UI.
    At Detroit, Hyundai introduced an array of innovations including configurable displays and really nice haptic input devices. These must make BMW finally think of re-inventing the awkward and hated iDrive jog wheel!
  • Where should manufactures focus?
    • As internet cars hit the mainstream, manufactures will have to become far more agile to the demands of a connected consumer if they wish to be the brand of choice.
    • The battle has started, and the pace of innovation is far greater in the web and telecoms industry.
    • The automotive industry has to move at internet speed by investing in digital experience and experts.