All frost & sullivan articles

  • bt.automotiveIT

    Study quantifies effect of smarter mobility on CO2 emissions


    (Photo: TNO) Smarter mobility will reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 56 megatons by 2025, an amount equivalent to half the annual emissions generated by transport in the UK. That is one of the conclusions from a study conducted jointly by telecommunications group BT and market researchers Frost & ...

  • ethernet nxp.automotiveIT

    Study: Ethernet in the car set to grow


    Connected vehicles are expected to boost demand for ethernet in the car (Photo: NXP) Connected vehicles are expected to boost demand for ethernet in the car Automakers in Europe and North America are set to use more ethernet in their cars, as automotive architectures adapt to the demands of ...

  • apple.automotiveIT

    Frost analyst skeptical of Apple's auto iOS


    Apple wants to use Siri voice recognition to run in-car infotainment functions (Photo: Apple) Apple's recently announced automotive platform comes too late to make a major impact, a Frost & Sullivan analyst said in a press release. As a result, the software is likely to be used mostly by ...

  • Audi City.automotiveIT

    For car retailers, a call to action


    Audi opened its first virtual showroom in London last year (Photo: Audi) More people will buy their cars online in coming years, providing a business opportunity for IT service providers, according to a new study. The study also says that many traditional dealerships will have to either change or ...

  • renault twizy.automotiveIT

    Proliferation of small city vehicles seen by 2018


    Can VW’s bik.e replace the spare tire? (Photo: VW) Global automakers will launch more than 150 new small city vehicles in the next eight years, with global mainstream car companies set to start production of 60 of them before 2018, according to a recent study by Frost & Sullivan. "Growing ...

  • vw microsleep

    HMI solutions to grow strongly in cars, Frost & Sullivan says


    In 2007 already, VW developed a prototype system to combat driver’s "microsleep" (Photo: VW) Further improvements are needed in the way drivers control the growing array of infotainment and safety features in the car, Frost & Sullivan said in a recent analysis. The researchers said cars' so-called human machine interface ...

  • frost-urban-mobility1.automotiveIT

    Urban Mobility 3.0 - London


    Frost & Sullivan will host a two-day workshop in June focusing on smart mobility business opportunities resulting from urbanization and the growth of mega-cities. The market researchers will hold a workshop titled "Urban Mobility 3.0" in London June 15-16. During the two-day event, speakers will look at opportunities for smart ...

  • smart grid.automotiveIT

    Frost & Sullivan's top 50 mega trends


    Smart grids are among the major technology changes the world is facing in coming years By 2020, more than 40 million electric two- and four-wheel vehicles will be sold annually around the world. More than 22.5 billion dlrs will be spent annually to develop safe and secure cities. More than ...