London, UK (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
The conventional deployment process of introducing standalone V2X solutions in a similar vein to advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) will be too slow to achieve the required levels of penetration within an acceptable timeline.
How Europe can avoid the painful delays experienced by eCall and get V2X deployed? Can V2X be piggy-backed onto OE navigation solutions? Is there any role for the aftermarket and smartphones in making V2X a reality? What penetration rates are needed to generate benefits for consumers? All these critical questions and many more key issues are answered and addressed in the research study.
New research report “Shifting from Research to Reality - Deployment Scenarios for V2X in Europe” worked out by SBD (Secured By Design) has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: Shifting from Research to Reality - Deployment Scenarios for V2X in Europe Published: March, 2012
Price: US$ 1,080
The research study provides a concise evaluation of the implementation options available and the decisions need to be made to see V2X deployed successfully across the globe and in Europe in particular. The report recommends the use of alternative deployment strategies to break through the potential logjam threatening the success of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) services.
1 Executive Summary
2 A Global Perspective for V2X
3 Focus on Europe – Deploying V2X in Cars
3.2 Deploying V2V in cars
3.2.1 Government-led deployment
3.2.2 OEM-led deployment
3.2.3 Aftermarket-led deployment
3.3 Future outlook – forecasting the most likely scenario
List of Figures
Fig. 1 Shifting from research to reality – deployment scenarios for V2X in Europe
Fig. 2 High level comparison between deployment in three regions
Fig. 3 Timeline for V2X deployment in Europe
Fig. 4 Penetration of vehicle parc required for different V2V use cases
Fig. 5 Forecast for V2X penetration in car parc - traditional deployment
Fig. 6 Alternative scenarios for V2X deployment
Fig. 7 Different legislative routes for mandating V2X in cars
Fig. 8 Forecast for V2X penetration in car parc – mandate scenario
Fig. 9 In-car V2X unit used for SimTD FOT
Fig. 10 Forecast for V2X penetration in car parc – navi-bundling scenario
Fig. 11 Forecast for V2X penetration in car parc – likely scenario
More new research studies by the publisher can be found at SBD page.