What is the anticipated overall electrification trajectory of LVs? What is the expected age mix of PHEVs/BEVs? How are various businesses addressing the key impediments to EV adoption? What are the new aftermarket growth opportunities? Which companies are early movers?
Analyze the key developments for medium-duty and heavy-duty truck engine replacements and examine segments like new, used, rebuilt, and remanufactured products. Take a look at the competitive environment and the industry share of top participants, including supplier profiles.
How has the process of purchasing a used car in the UAE improved? How does the global microchips shortage impact the demand for this sector? Which factors boosted the vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in the country? What are the new business models boosting growth?
The metaverse is the next step in the evolution of the internet and social media, according to Frost & Sullivan Research Director Kiran Kumar V. The metaverse is an interconnected network of virtual worlds that are shared and will serve as a new paradigm where our digital and physical lives converge. It refers to a three-dimensional virtual world where users can create content, trade and interact with each other through immersive experiences.
Many players define the metaverse as THE next revolution. At Frost & Sullivan, we compare it with our real physical universe, which is always expanding since its creation in the Big Bang. Meta (Facebook) rebranding and $10 billion in investments into metaverse development efforts look like this Big Bang. We strongly believe that the metaverse will expand in continuous waves. Radical evolutions of technologies and consumer behaviors will build a new universe as a whole—a kind of “meta-cosmos.” It will take time, but the process has already started and is irreversible.
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Anyone with even a cursory interest in electric vehicles (EV) could not have missed the hype surrounding solid-state battery technology. Hailed as a game-changer, it offers improved safety, along with the promise of reducing battery costs – a major factor in higher upfront prices, making EVs more affordable.
Digital services and solutions, electrification and hybridization, and component remanufacturing are among the key trends that will shape 2022. Synergies between OEMs, suppliers, and utility companies will be crucial to building an ecosystem that supports sustainable services and solutions.
As battery swapping and plug-in/wireless charging face-off, investments in battery swapping show little signs of drying up. Faster battery swapping times compared to traditional charging, strong government support for EVs and infrastructure, and rising EV sales are boosting the market prospects, particularly in the world’s largest EV market – China.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the Indian shared mobility industry finds that rapidly increasing urbanization in the country presents an opportunity for an integrated, multimodal transport system. Shared mobility presents promising solutions to meet India’s increasing demand for transportation services. With people relying on different modes of transportation since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, new business models of shared mobility solutions are gaining momentum.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Southeast Asian On-demand Food Delivery Market, finds that the industry presents promising growth opportunities for market participants. Increasing internet penetration and mobile applications and surging internet subscribers accelerate market expansion. The gross merchandise value (GMV) of the market in the region is likely to reach $49.72 billion by 2030, up from $15.15 billion in 2021, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) at 14.1%.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the Indian Human Machine Interface (HMI) Industry finds that consumer demand for comfort, safety, and security in their cars contributes to the Indian HMI market growth. The surge in demand for advanced connected features in vehicles from the country’s growing tech-savvy population will further drive growth for larger and feature-loaded HMI systems.Read more