Munich, Germany (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
This benefit will naturally have repercussions. Firstly, there is some panic that wireless carriers could start to control the end-end value chain for OEM connected services. However, the greater concern is that as wireless carriers start to acquire certain smaller TSPs. This could reduce business opportunities as competitor wireless carriers could be reluctant to work with such acquired TSPs.
Overall, this is the natural evolution of a growing industry and throws new questions and dynamics into the air. More importantly, it provides new pressure for the automakers to develop at a faster rate, which will open opportunities for content, software and CRM models to further progress. Moreover it forces the wireless industry to develop more focussed technologies that tackle specific automotive requirements.
The point is that as one part of the telematics storm settles, the inevitable consequence will be that a new cloud brews elsewhere. The question is; how are companies going to utilise that rain water? Where will the new revenue opportunities unveil themselves?
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With an opportunity to network with 600+ executives from the automotive, wireless, regulatory and telematics ecosystems, partnership and alliances will develop across the industry securing new ventures to best prosper from the changing wireless landscape.
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- Exploiting Connectivity Opportunities as New Revenue Stream
- eCall: Anticipating 2015 Regulations
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- The Booming Market of Insurance Telematics
- Connecting with Big Data to Improve Urban Mobility
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