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World Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Commercial Vehicle Telematics in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2000 through 2015. The report profiles 105 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as AirIQ, Inc., ATX Group, ETAS Group, MinorPlanet Systems Plc, OnStar Corporation, Punch Telematix, QUALCOMM, Inc., OmniTRACS, WebTech Wireless, Inc., and Wireless Matrix Corporation. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TELEMATICS MCP-1212 A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers I-2 Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. Industry Overview II-1 Third Generation Telematics Services to Trans form Industry's Business Landscape II-1 Vehicle Telematics Systems for Emergency Crash Response II-2 Commercial Vehicle Telematics is Here to Stay II-2 Telematics Main Area of Focus II-2 Table 1: Worldwide Telematics Market (2007-2015): OEM Sales of Telematics (in '000 Units) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-3 Commercial Vehicles Telematics - An Attractive Option for Market Participants II-3 Current and Future Analysis II-4 2. Telematics Definition and Scope II-5 What is Telematics? II-5 A Brief Introduction II-5 Demand Analysis - Why Telematics? II-6 Safer Transportation Services II-6 Safeguarding the Transport of Hazardous Materials II-6 Door-to-Door Diligence II-7 Pick Up II-7 On-Board Computer II-7 Delivery II-7 Benefits for Long-Haul Transport II-7 Automated Vehicle Location and Mapping Technologies II-7 What's the Attraction for Automakers? II-8 What Else Can Telematics Offer? II-8 3. Global Market Drivers and Challenges II-10 Technical and Legislative Drivers II-10 4. Competitive Structure - A Recent Past Scenario II-11 Table 2: Leading Players in the US Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market (2004): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for General Motors, Ford, DaimlerChrysler, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Volkswagen and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-11 Whatever is Exciting is on Offer! - An Encapsulation II-11 DaimlerChrysler II-11 Volvo II-12 Scania II-12 MAN Telematics Services II-12 Iveco II-13 Renault II-13 DAF II-13 5. Market Trends and Issues II-15 Spirited Growth in the Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market II-15 Table 3: Worldwide Telematics Market (2010): Projected Market Share and Units Sold for TM OEM and TM Retrofit in Cars and Light Trucks II-15 Highly Fragmented Marketplace II-15 Technology Sophistication and Complexity Become the Norm II-15 Basic Market Segmentation: Commercial Vs. Passenger Vehicle Applications II-16 Slow Pick Up in Demand Despite the Hype II-16 Driver Distraction - Hands on the Wheel, Eyes 'Off' the Road II-17 Long Haul Trucking Still Dominates the Sector II-17 Remote Diagnostics: The Next Killer Application? II-18 Telematics Benefits to Justify Increased Uptake II-18 Fleet Operators and Commercial Vehicles: Early Targets for Telematics Technology II-18 In-Vehicle Intelligent Transportation Systems - Most Coveted in Mobile Communications II-18 Fleet Management and 'Tracking and Tracing' Remain Core Sector Requirements II-19 Auto Manufacturers Seek Younger Consumers II-19 Development of Scaleable Business Models - Crucial Issue Before Market Players II-20 Obstacles Related to Telematics Development II-20 6. Opportunities in the CVT Market II-22 Scenario in the Commercial Telematics Sector II-22 Market Strategies Take Shape II-22 Insurance Industry Anticipates Bright Future for Telematics II-23 Opportunities from Evolving Markets II-23 Taxicabs II-23 Mass Transit II-23 School Buses II-23 7. CVT - Customers Finally in the Driver's Seat II-24 Road Signs to Success II-24 Pitfalls Ahead II-24 So Then, Why Telematics? II-24 The Changed Image of Telematics II-24 Telematics for a Fragmented Automobile Market II-25 8. Telematics Strategy Issues II-26 Issues to Ponder II-26 Recurring Revenue Streams II-26 Product/Service Differentiation II-26 Expanding the Locus of Computing II-26 Embedded, Real-Time Control Systems II-26 Grid Computing II-26 Integration with 802.11a (Wi-Fi) Networks II-26 Regional Disparities Impact Strategic Decisions and Content II-26 9. Product and Segment Overview II-28 Products and Service Array II-28 Satellite Radio II-28 Telematics Communications Unit (TCU) II-28 Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) II-29 Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) II-29 Stolen Vehicle Tracking and Shutdown II-29 In-cab Computing and Communication Systems II-29 Electronic Reporting II-29 Driver Performance Monitoring Systems II-29 Remote Diagnostics II-29 Market Segments II-29 CV Telematics Hardware Market II-29 Outlook II-30 CV Telematics Services Market II-30 Telematics Service Providers II-30 General Motors (OnStar) II-30 ATX Technologies II-31 RESPONSE Services Center II-31 10. Major Platforms and Technologies in Vogue II-32 Road Tested for Most Vehicles II-32 Data Tracking II-32 Early Detection System II-33 Cost-Effective Alternatives II-33 Translating Raw Data into Worthwhile Information II-33 Hands Free Interfaces and Impact on Telematics II-34 Telematics Scope Widens II-34 What is Hands Free Interface All About? II-34 Future of Hands Free Interfaces II-35 11. Telematics Business Model II-36 A Business Model that Actually Works II-36 What Makes it Tick - The Modus Operandi II-36 Telematics Logistics II-36 Bringing Logistics Productivity on Par with Telematics II-36 Inventory Carrying Costs II-37 Transportation Costs II-37 Looking for 'Right' Formula in the TM Value Chain Structure II-37 'Value Web' vis-a-vis Value Chain II-37 Seeking Economic Solutions that Work for All II-38 Automotive Standards - A Must in the Competitive Scenario II-38 Should the Customer Pay for Telematics Control Units and the Infrastructure? II-38 12. State of Worldwide Telematics Industry II-39 Present Scenario II-39 Near Future and Beyond II-39 Table 4: Worldwide TM-Enabled Automobiles Market (2001, 2002, 2005 & 2007): Percentage Share of All Autos Sold (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-39 Aftermarket Telematics - A Hotbed of Activity II-40 Remote Diagnostics - A 'Must Have' in Aftermarket Telematics II-40 13. Future Trends and Low Cost Telematics Solutions II-41 Criteria for Implementing a TM Solution Across an Entire Fleet II-41 The OEM Standpoint II-41 14. Technological Developments II-42 GM and OnStar(R) Develop Life-Saving Technology II-42 New Apparatus to Control Noise in Telematics System II-42 Novel Method for Telematics System Component Simulation II-42 15. Product Innovations/Introductions II-43 Toyota to Debut Car Telematics Service in China II-43 Ashok Leyland to Launch Telematics Commercial Vehicles in China II-43 Garmin to Introduce a Range of New Devices II-43 BSM Technologies Unveils Sentinel FM1000 New Generation Telematics Hardware II-43 NAVIGON Launches NAVIGON 5100 and 7100 Navigation Products II-44 Taoglas Introduces Miniature Antenna Systems II-44 Trimble Launches Lassen DR+GPS Module II-44 Magellan Introduces Voice-Based Portable Vehicle Navigation System II-44 Continental to Unveil Latest Driver Assistance Solutions II-45 TrafficCast and LandSonar Jointly Launch LPS Plus II-45 AeroScout Launches AeroScout T3 Tag II-45 Satamatics Launches New "Reefermatics" Service II-45 Inilex Introduces New Kepler Security System II-46 Karputer Unveils New in-Vehicle User Interface II-46 WebTech Launches Industry First Tractors and Multiple Trailers Tracking System II-46 WebTech and Iridium Launch Dual-Mode Cellular and Satellite Tracking System II-46 WebTech Launches WebTech Quadrant Enterprise Wireless Fleet Management Solution II-47 Minorplanet Develops Performance Manager Module for VMIgreenlight(TM) II-47 Minorplanet Develops VMI LocationLink II-47 AirIQ Launches Field Service Solution for Fleet Management II-47 WebTech Launches Three New Product Suites II-47 Motorola Unveils M710 iDEN Car Phone II-48 HUGHES Telematics Develops Advanced Telematics Solution II-48 Center of Excellence for Applied Research & Technology to Introduce CERT Falcon II-48 Maptuit Launches Maptuit NaviGo(TM) II-48 trakm8 Attempts Industry Convergence with New Solutions II-48 PHH Arval Rolls Out PHH Onboard Fleet Service II-49 Tele Atlas Develops Digital Database II-49 Sony Ericsson Displays New M2M Solution II-49 Zeosoft Develops Initial Rollout Program II-50 16. Product Launches in Recent Past II-51 General Motor's OnStar Launches Multilanguage Voice Services II-51 Car Information System Introduces First Cell Phone Automobile Navigation System II-51 SiRF Technology Provides Solution to LG II-51 Isuzu Introduces Online Service II-51 WebTech Introduces WebTech 4000 Aftermarket Telematics Device II-52 AirIQ Introduces Suite of Satellite-based Telematics Services II-52 Centurion Introduces Waterproof Internal Mercury Antenna for Telematics II-52New Upgraded Version Available for Teletrac's FleetDirector II-53 ATX Technologies Unveils Telematics- Based vRM Program II-53 ATX Technologies Introduces Direct Telematics Link from Vehicle to Car Dealer II-53 CSI Wireless Introduces Asset-Link 100 Telematics Product II-53 Volvo Cars Unveil Volvo On Call Plus Telematics System II-54 Satamatics Launches Satellite-Based Telematics Services II-54 ATX Technologies Introduces First Voice Activated Vehicle Owner's Manual II-55 Auto-Q Unveils New PC Based FleetTrak System II-55 Delphi Introduces Hi-End Multimedia and Telematics for Fleet Vehicles II-55 NEXIQ Technologies Introduces eTechnician Telematics System II-56 WebTech Unveils GPRS Based Data Services II-56 17. Recent Industry Activity II-57 WebTech to Deliver GPS Devices in Canadian Market II-57 Mio Technology Partners with ATX II-57 Qualcomm Wins Federal Contract II-57 Qualcomm and PEIKER Enter into Module License Agreement II-57 Wireless Matrix Wins Contract II-57 Hughes Telematics Partners with Mercedes-Benz II-58 Imarda Acquires Prolificx II-58 Clarion Selects Cross Country Automotive Services II-58 Asset Intelligence and The Morey Corporation Ink Agreement II-58 Fiat and Microsoft Offers New Generation Blue&Me(TM) Nav II-59 HUGHES Aligns with Chrysler Group to Offer Automotive Telematics Applications II-59 Airbiquity Enters into Agreement with BMW II-59 TrafficCast International and GeoMicro Enter into Licensing Agreement II-59 ADP, Kia Motors, and Roadside Telematics Collaborate to Set Up Database Service II-60 Tele Atlas Signs Agreement with BMW II-60 Ford Component Teams Up with Garmin II-60 GE Equipment Services Acquires Terion II-60 Wireless Matrix Partners with Partner Software II-60 Wireless Matrix and Trinity Valley Electric Enter into Agreement II-61 Wireless Matrix Partners with TouchStar Solutions II-61 BSM Technologies Acquires SecTrack II-61 Blaupunkt Partners with Kenwood II-61 Nissan Speeds Up Intelligent Transport System Testing Program II-62 Garmin Selected as Exclusive Supplier of Navigation Devices to Honda Access Europe II-62 Schiphol Airport to Deploy ERA Vehicle Tracking System II-62 Masternaut and Road Angel Signs Agreement II-62 DigiCore Wins Contract from Southern Water II-63 Cybit Holdings Acquires Thales Telematics II-63 Tata AutoComp Systems Signs Joint Venture with Sasken Communication II-63 WebTech Signs Distribution Agreement with PROLOG II-63 Yulon Nissan Forms Alliance with Wavecom II-64 DaimlerChrysler Commercial Buses North America to Partner with SmarTire Systems II-64 AirIQ Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Siemens M2M ONE II-64 Wireless Matrix Acquires MobileAria II-64 Wireless Matrix Corporation Unveils Terrestrial Mobile Base Station 2 II-64 WebTech Signs Distribution Agreement with Trailcon II-65 Masternaut Acquires GE Mobile Solutions II-65 GHL Technologies Acquires Emergency Vehicle Installation II-65 Motorola Divests Automotive Electronics Business to Continental II-65 KORE Wireless Changes Name to KORE Telematics II-65 GHL Technologies Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Tagnet International II-65 Ryder System Partners with Cingular and Teletrac II-66 Control Instruments Acquires Majority Stake in Tripmaster II-66 Laird Technologies Acquires RecepTec II-66 Continental Automotive System Establishes New Telematics Business Unit II-66 WebTech Wireless Completes Expansion II-66 Funkwerk Acquires Euro Telematik II-67 Minorplanet Systems Wins Contract from Morgan II-67 Cybit Acquires Bluefinger II-67 Punch International Acquires Alturion II-67 Punch Telematix Acquires SpaceChecker II-67 Punch Telematix Acquires Atimis II-68 Benefon Partners with Geowell II-68 Comstar-United Telesystems Acquires TsTk Contrast-Telecom II-68 SK Telecom Ties Up with GM Daewoo Auto & Technology II-68 ST Electronics Obtains Service Contract from Comfort Transportation II-68 QUALCOMM and Continental Enter into a License Agreement II-68 Airbiquity and Continental Enter into Licensing Agreement II-69 Symyx Technologies Enters into Agreement with Stargate Mobile II-69 Trakm8 Holdings and Punch International Form Partnership II-69 IAED and ATX Enter into Agreement II-69 18. Strategic Corporate Developments in Recent Past II-70 Fiat Auto and Microsoft Partner to Deliver Telematics Solution II-70 Thales Relocates to Cape Town II-70 Datacom Grants Contract to WebTech II-70 MobileAria Selects Telcontar's Spatial Platform II-71 Lease Assurance Takes Over AirIQ's Products & Services II-71 Delphi's MobileAria and Arsenault Enter into Strategic Partnership II-71 Delphi, Pana-Pacific and MobileAria Collaborate to Introduce FleetOutlook II-71 AirIQ Makes Debut in Consumer Telematics Market II-72 ATX Takes Over Vodafone PASSO II-72 Acunia and Computer Support Collaborate to Offer Fleet Management Solution II-72 International and IBM Sign Telematics Services Agreement II-72 Toyota and Fuji Heavy Industries Sign Telematics Agreement II-73 Vetronix Selects GDT Data for Mastertrak Telematics Solutions II-73 STS LLC, Selects WebTech's Wireless Fleet Telematics Services II-73 Minorplanet Systems Acquires Novcom II-73 Daimler Chrysler Acquires Truck Telematics Major Leafield AVM II-74 Transics Enters into Strategic Contract with Transalliance II-74 QNX and Johnson Controls Enter into a Partnership II-74 Roadside Telematics and Vetronix Form Partnership II-74 Hyundai and IBM Enter into Partnership II-75 Toyota Motor Teams Up with Nuance II-75 Microsoft and Accenture Form Partnership II-75 Sensoria and Hitachi Semiconductor Sign Marketing Agreement II-76 Sony Ericsson and Chapman Technologies Ink Agreement II-76 WebTech Wireless Enters into a Marketing Alliance with AT&T II-76 WebTech Wireless and BGE Sign Fleet Management Telematics Agreement II-77 Ford and Qualcomm Announce Closure of Wingcast II-77 Sun Microsystems and Targasys Collaborate II-77 Nexgen Logistix Collaborates with Satamatics II-78 Visteon and Nokia Smart Traffic Products Join Hands II-78 NEXIQ Technologies Acquires Diversified Software Industries II-78 Motorola and IBM Jointly Cooperate to Offer Wireless Web Technology for Telematics II-78 19. Focus on Select Global Players II-79 AirIQ, Inc. (Canada) II-79 ATX Group (USA) II-79 ETAS Group (Germany) II-79 MinorPlanet Systems Plc (UK) II-80 OnStar Corporation (USA) II-80 Punch Telematix (Belgium) II-80 QUALCOMM, Inc. (USA) II-81 OmniTRACS II-81 WebTech Wireless, Inc. (USA) II-81 Wireless Matrix Corporation (USA) II-82 20. Global Market Perspective II-83 Table 5: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Geographic Region / Country - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-83 Table 6: World Long-term Projections for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Geographic Region/Country - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-84 Table 7: World 10-Year Perspective for Commercial Vehicle Telematics - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008 and 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-85 III. MARKET 1. The United States III-1 A.Market Analysis III-1 Current and Future Analysis III-1 Market Overview III-1 Table 8: Leading Players in the US Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market (2004): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for General Motors, Ford, Daimler Chrysler, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Volkswagen and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-2 North America III-2 Market Trends and Issues III-3 Remote Vehicle Activation - Commanding High Consumer Interest III-3 Future PorTable Navigation Devices to Gain Real Time Connectivity III-3 Trying Market Condition: Manufacturers Feel the Heat III-4 US Aftermarket Expected to Succeed Where OEMs Failed III-4 Commercial Vehicles Telematics Market Set to Grow Despite the Odds III-4 Table 9: Sales of TM-enabled Automobiles in the US (2001, 2003, 2005 & 2007(x)): Percentage Breakdown of All Autos Sold (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-5 Key Statistics-A Past Data III-5 Table 10: North American Telematics Market (2001 - 2003): Automotive Telematics Parameter by Number of Vehicles Manufactured, Number of Models, Average Price, and Sales III-5 North American CVT Market (2003): Major Services by Application Type - Productivity Applications, Managerial Applications, Remote Diagnostics Applications, Safety and Security Applications, Cargo Associated Applications, and Information Applications III-6 Product Launches/Developments III-7 Strategic Corporate Developments III-11 Focus on Select Players III-19 The Big Three in the North American Telematics Market III-19 ATX Group III-19 OnStar Corporation III-20 QUALCOMM, Inc. III-20 OmniTRACS III-21 WebTech Wireless, Inc. III-21 Wireless Matrix Corporation III-21 B.Market Analytics III-22 Table 11: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Product Segment - TM Hardware and TM Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-22 Table 12: US Long-term Projections for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Product Segment - TM Hardware and TM Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-22 Table 13: US 10-Year Perspective for Commercial VehicleTelematics by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for TM Hardware and TM Services Markets for Years 2000, 2006 and 2010 III-23 2. Canada III-24 A.Market Analysis III-24 Current and Future Analysis III-24 Product Launches/Developments III-24 Strategic Corporate Developments III-25 AirIQ, Inc. - A Select Player III-26 B.Market Analytics III-27 Table 14: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Product Segment - TM Hardware and TM Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-27 Table 15: Canadian Long-term Projections for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Product Segment - TM Hardware and TM Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-28 Table 16: Canadian 10-Year Perspective for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for TM Hardware and TM Services Markets for Years 2000, 2006 and 2010 III-28 3. Japan III-29 A.Market Analysis III-29 Current and Future Analysis III-29 Telematics Market Scenario III-29 Rapidly Evolving Market III-29 Telematics Equipment Market III-30 Market Trends and Issues III-30 Japanese Car Navigation System Miles Ahead of US and Europe III-30 Navigation Features - The Primary Choice III-30 What Makes the Japanese Car Navigation Systems So Irresistible? III-31 OEM Telematics Trends III-31 Competitive Scenario III-32 Nissan Carwings III-32 Toyota (Gbook) III-32 Honda (InterNavi Premium Club) III-32 Will Japan Lead the Telematics Revolution? III-32 Product Launches/Developments in Recent Past III-33 Strategic Corporate Developments III-34 B.Market Analytics III-34 Table 17: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-34 Table 18: Japanese Long-term Projections for Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-35 4. Europe III-36 A.Market Analysis III-36 Current and Future Analysis III-36 Industry Overview III-36 Table 19: European Market for Telematics (2000 & 2007): Market Size for Total Automotive Telematics Hardware and Services (In US$ Million) III-36 Telematics Gains Rapid Credibility Among European OEMs III-36 Hands Free Interfaces and the Impact of Telematics III-37 Multifunction and Multimedia Systems III-37 Unique Services, Unique Content Portfolios III-37 Market Trends and Issues III-37 Escalating Oil Prices Hastens the Market III-37 Surge in Demand for Telematics Fitted Commercial Vehicles III-38 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Services to Rake in Larger Revenue Share III-38 Market Drivers III-38 SelectMarket Players and Competitive Offerings III-39 Delphi III-39 Johnson Controls III-39 BMW Online III-39 Fiat III-39 Citroen III-39 Opel III-39 Siemens VDO III-40 Product Launches/Developments III-40 Strategic Corporate Developments III-42 Select Players III-45 B.Market Analytics III-46 Table 20: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Product Segment - TM Hardware and TM Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-46 Table 21: European Long-term Projections forCommercial Vehicle Telematics by Product Segment -TM Hardware and TM Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Millionfor Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-47 Table 22: European 10-Year Perspective for Commercial Vehicle Telematics by Product Segment -Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales forTM Hardware and TM Services Markets for Years 2000, 2006 and 2010 III-47 5. Asia-Pacific III-48 A.Market Analysis III-48 Current and Future Analysis III-48 Market Overview III-48 Asian Region to Surge III-48 Table 23: Passenger Car Market in Asia-Pacific (2005 & 2009): Number of New Passenger Car Registrations (in '000) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-48 Focus on Select Markets III-49 Australia III-49 Intelligent Access Program III-49 Competition in the Trucking Industry Boosts Telematics Market III-49 A Brief View of the Past III-49 3G Telematics III-50 China III-50 The Future Market Leader III-50 India III-51 India's Role in the Telematics Scenario III-51 Korea III-52 Malaysia III-52 Taiwan III-52 Product Launches III-53 Strategic Corporate Developments III-53 B.Market Analytics III-54 Table 24: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million forYears 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-54 Table 25: Asia-Pacific Long-term Projections for Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-55 6. Latin America III-56 A.Market Analysis III-56 Current and Future Analysis III-56 Strategic Corporate Development III-56 B.Market Analytics III-56 Table 26: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56 Table 27: Latin American Long-term Projections for Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57 7. Rest of World III-58 A.Market Analysis III-58 Current and Future Analysis III-58 Market Overview III-58 Strategic Corporate Developments III-58 B.Market Analytics III-59 Table 28: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59 Table 29: Rest of World Long-term Projections for Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59 IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
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