Cover Image
Market Research Report

IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Next-Generation Automotive 2020 Predictions

Published by IDC Product code 915244
Published Content info 22 Pages
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
Price
Back to Top
IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Next-Generation Automotive 2020 Predictions
Published: October 31, 2019 Content info: 22 Pages
Description

This IDC study provides our top 10 predictions for the worldwide next-generation automotive market. These predictions reflect IDC's vision for the 10 most important trends in this market over the next 60 months (through 2025). Technology buyers from automotive manufacturers, tiered suppliers, wireless network operators, and fleet and road operators should use this IDC FutureScape to help inform their purchasing decisions over the next three to five years.According to Matt Arcaro, research manager, Next Generation Automotive research at IDC, "In 2019, the pace of change in the automotive ecosystem only seemed to accelerate. As the industry looks to adopt more and more horizontal IT technologies and platforms with the goal of bringing autonomy and electrification to market sooner, the opportunities for supplier and manufacturer disruption and disintermediation have increased."

Table of Contents
Product Code: US45576019

IDC FutureScape Figure

Executive Summary

IDC FutureScape Predictions

  • Summary of External Drivers
  • Predictions: Impact on Technology Buyers
    • Prediction 1: By 2021, 50% of Automotive OEMs Will Enable Mobile Edge Computing in New Vehicles as Part of Their Connected Vehicle Platform to Support Enhanced Applications, Services, and Operational Efficiency
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 2: By 2021, 70% of OEMs Will Expand the Reach of Their Data Management and Monetization Partnerships to Open New Business Opportunities and Reduce the Impact of External Data Market Pressures
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 3: By 2022, 75% of OEMs Will Employ Cross-Industry Digital Innovation Platforms to Aid Product Development, Supplier Collaboration, and Simplify Big Data Strategies, Resulting in a 10% Opex Improvement
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 4: By 2022, over 70% of Automotive OEMs Will Integrate Technologies Such as AI and IoT in New Vehicle Models to More Seamlessly Integrate Automation Systems and In-Vehicle Infotainment
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 5: By 2022, the Cost of Independently Developing Complex AV Systems Will Drive over 50% of OEMs to Acquire and/or Partner with Autonomous Vehicle Platform Providers to Reach Market
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 6: Due to the Need to Personalize and Enhance the Customer Experience, by 2023, 65% of Automotive OEMs Will Design Using Real-Time Data, Increasing Revenue by 40% and Reducing Recalls by 25%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 7: By 2023, 60% of OEMs Will Begin Voluntarily Manufacturing V2X-Capable Vehicles Driven by the Cost, Technology, and Ecosystem Maturation of C-V2X and DSRC and Increased Regulatory Clarity
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 8: By 2024, G8 Countries Will Mandate That SAE Level 4- and Level 5-Capable AVs Include a Human-Operated Backup Mode for Added Safety
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 9: By 2025, 60% of Global OEMs Will Partner with Utilities to Aid EV Battery Development, Energy Storage, Distribution, and Charging, Driving a 5% Further Increase to Expected Global EV Sales
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 10: By 2025, 10% of Levels 2 and 3 Autonomous Vehicles Will Incorporate Enhanced Heads-Up Displays to Improve Driver Safety, Awareness, and Productivity by 20%
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance

Advice for Technology Buyers

External Drivers: Detail

  • The Age of Innovation: Driving the Future Enterprise
  • Crisis of Digital Trust: Escalating Threats Mandate Strategic Responses
  • Economies of Intelligence: AI, Human, and Organizational "Learning" Fuels Asymmetrical Advantage
  • Intelligence Everywhere: AI's Opportunity and Implications
  • Rising Customer Expectations: More Convenience, Customization, and Control
  • Sense, Compute, Act: Maximizing Data Value
  • The Platform Economy: Competing at Hyperscale

Learn More

  • Related Research
Back to Top