DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Commercial Vehicle Telematics Industry Report, 2023-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The market more needs a hardware + algorithm + platform + service integrated business model.

Commercial vehicle telematics has passed through Phase 1.0 (basic connection) and Phase 2.0 (human-vehicle interaction), and is now entering Phase 3.0 (V2V interaction/Internet of everything). As edge computing, cloud storage and other infrastructures develop and the demand for connected services for different scenarios increases, the hardware + algorithm + platform + service integrated business model makes it easier to enable multi-dimensional vehicle data interaction and provides differentiated scenario services for users. It will become a mainstream business model of commercial vehicle telematics in the future.

In the process of promoting connected and intelligent upgrade, how to break down the barriers between hardware, data, and service for integration of ecological resources is a big enduring problem faced by OEMs. Wherein, openness of OEM data and responsiveness of supplier services is the key to vehicle intelligence. On this basis, some OEMs try to break down this barrier by way of setting up subsidiaries specializing in telematics. Examples include Smartlink+ set up by FAW Jiefang and iTink set up by Foton Motor.

Smartlink+ is a joint venture subsidiary established by FAW Jiefang in 2020. It provides complete T-Box-centered solutions of hardware, algorithm, platform and service in the field of commercial vehicle telematics, which can help drivers and other consumer users expand value-added services and also assist business users such as OEMs and fleets reducing cost and improving efficiency.

Based on multi-dimensional big data (200+ kinds of vehicle raw data, 500+ kinds of label data pre-processed by intelligent devices, and 300+ kinds of scenario-based model calculation data), Smartlink+ can monitor and analyze different scenario applications of different vehicles. Coupled with financial platform, operation & management platform and fleet management platform, it can provide vehicle full lifecycle management services, digital fleet management services, intelligent vehicle eco-services, and intelligent vehicle control services for automakers, meeting the needs of automakers, dealers, fleets, as well as retail drivers.

iTink Telematics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Foton, specializes in commercial vehicle telematics business, and has the ability to provide customers with hardware + platform + application + data + operation integrated solutions. Based on product data, telematics data and customer data and combing product characteristics data, it builds big data analysis models.

Based on 436 data algorithms, it builds 158 data models and outputs 214 types of intelligent prediction results, which are intelligently pushed to prompt users through mobile phone + Foton e-Home + vehicle screen, and intelligently match tools, accessories and maintenance schemes to enhance service accuracy and efficiency.

Commercial vehicle telematics suppliers expand business towards AD/ADAS and intelligent cockpit.

In terms of intelligence and connectivity, commercial vehicles are developing along the path of passenger cars. For intelligence, dual warning functions have come into mass production, and L2 functions such as LKA and ACC will be largely seen in vehicles in the next 2-3 years. As for connectivity, as more sensors are used in vehicles, commercial vehicles will generate far more data, and need more vehicle connectivity and analysis technologies for predictive analysis. In addition, as new-generation drivers come into service, cockpit entertainment and interaction intelligence will become new development directions of telematics applications.

Commercial vehicle telematics suppliers head in the following detections in business expansion:

Smart gateway and domain controller: Leading OEMs such as FAW Jiefang, Sinotruk, and BAIC Foton are developing domain controller architectures, and connected terminals like T-Box will develop in the direction of domain control and gateway. The body domain controller developed by Xiamen Yaxon Network takes Ethernet as the core and integrates such functions as BCM, PEPS, TPMS and Gateway. It allows for addition of seat adjustment, rearview mirror control, air conditioning control and other functions, and finds application in all kinds of commercial vehicles and passenger cars for intelligent control.

AD/ADAS: According to Intelligent Connected Vehicle Technology Roadmap 2.0, intelligent connected freight vehicles will realize conditional driving automation and platooning on highways by 2025, and high driving automation on highways by 2030. AD/ADAS is one of the expansion focuses of suppliers at this stage. Xiamen Yaxon Network, Hopechart IoT, and Smartlink+ among others combine ADAS map data and vehicle sensor data to develop PCC (Predictive Cruise Control), which saves energy through power optimization.

Intelligent cockpit: In the future, while developing towards intelligent cockpits for passenger cars, commercial vehicle cockpits will add more services for specific scenarios such as logistics and transportation, and cockpit OS developed specifically for commercial vehicle scenarios will become software foundation for cockpit intelligence. The most typical example is Smartlink+, which can link more ecosystems in line with commercial vehicle scenarios and provide users with richer intelligent vehicle ecosystem services, using Smart OS, a cockpit operating system with software-hardware separation architecture.

V2X: 5G network offers benefits of high bandwidth, low latency, high reliability, etc. In the field of commercial vehicle telematics, 5G plays a role in the following: Connection efficiency improvement; V2X application acceleration. For example, Xiamen Yaxon Network's V2X solution covers such scenarios as urban roads, highways, smart buses, autonomous ports, smart mines, and AVP-enabled parking lots.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Overview of Commercial Vehicle Telematics

1.1 Definition of Commercial Vehicle Telematics

1.2 Commercial Vehicle Market Performance

1.3 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Development History

1.4 Characteristics of Commercial Vehicle Telematics in Phase 2.0

1.5 Characteristics of Commercial Vehicle Telematics in Phase 3.0

1.6 Characteristics of Commercial Vehicle Telematics in Phase 4.0

1.7 Policy Environment for Commercial Vehicle Telematics

1.8 Characteristics of Demand for Telematics by Market Segment

1.8.1 Characteristics of Demand for Intelligent Connectivity from Heavy Trucks

1.8.2 Characteristics of Demand for Intelligent Connectivity from Light Trucks

1.8.3 Characteristics of Demand for Intelligent Connectivity from Large Buses

1.8.4 Characteristics of Demand for Intelligent Connectivity from Commercial Vehicle Electrification

1.9 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Industry Chain

2 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Terminal Devices

2.1 Overview of Telematics Terminal Devices

2.2 Terminal Device (1): Driving Recorder

2.2.1 New National Standard for Driving Recorder

2.2.2 New National Standard for Driving Recorder

2.3 Terminal Device (2): T-Box

2.3.1 Policy Environment for T-BOX

2.3.2 T-Box Market Size

2.4 Major Suppliers of Vehicle Connection Devices

2.5 Competitive Landscape of Connection Terminals

2.6 Supply Relationships between Connection Terminal Suppliers and OEMs

2.7 Commercial Vehicle Cluster

2.8 Commercial Vehicle Center Console Screen

2.9 Commercial Vehicle Operating System

2.10 Smart Gateway

2.11 Domain Controller

2.12 DMS

3 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Service Provider (TSP) Platforms and Eco-services

3.1 Overview of Commercial Vehicle TSP

3.2 TSP Services Led by OEMs

3.3 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Platform Led by Chinese OEMs

3.4 Third-party TSP Platforms

3.5 Third-Party Commercial Vehicle TSPs in China

3.6 TSP Benchmarking Enterprise: Sinoiov

3.6.1 Business Summary

3.6.2 General Solutions

3.6.3 Internet Freight Solutions

3.6.4 Manufacturing Solutions

3.6.5 Insurance Risk Control Solutions

3.6.6 Freight Transportation and Logistics Platforms

3.6.7 Partners

3.7 TSP Benchmarking Enterprise: G7E6

3.7.1 IoT Services

3.7.2 Transaction Services

3.7.3 Bulk Logistics Digitalization Solution

3.7.4 Customer Cases

4 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Layout of Chinese OEMs

4.1 FAW Jiefang

4.1.1 Telematics Layout

4.1.2 Telematics Development History

4.1.3 Telematics Functions of Benchmark Models

4.1.4 Telematics Platform

4.1.5 Telematics Services

4.1.6 Overseas Telematics Platform

4.1.7 Partners

4.2 Dongfeng Commercial Vehicles

4.3 Sinotruk

4.4 Shaanxi Heavy Duty Automobile

4.5 Foton Motor

4.6 SAIC Hongyan

4.7 Yutong Bus

4.8 King Long

4.9 If You

4.10 Changan Kaicheng

4.11 JAC

4.12 SAIC Maxus

4.13 Geely Commercial Vehicle

4.14 Dayun Auto

4.15 XCMG

5 Chinese Commercial Vehicle Telematics Tier1 Suppliers

5.1 Hopechart IoT

5.1.1 Profile

5.1.2 Revenue

5.1.3 Telematics Business System

5.1.4 Telematics Hardware

5.1.5 Telematics System

5.1.6 Telematics Platform

5.1.7R&D Achievements and Projects in Progress

5.1.8 Partners

5.2 Yaxon Network

5.3 Smartlink+

5.4 Qiming Information

5.5 South Sagittarius Integration

5.6 Jingwei Hirain


5.8 Yuwei Information


5.10 Shanghai Hangsheng

5.11 Shouhang Communication

5.12 Dongfeng Electronic

5.13 Emperor Technology

5.14 Tiamaes Technology

5.15 Xiamen Lenz Communication

5.16 Xiamen GNSS Development

5.17 Vcolco

5.18 Guangdong New Space-time Technology

5.19 Streamax Technology

5.20 Deewin Tianxia

5.21 Sea Level Data Technology

6 Commercial Vehicle Telematics Summary and Development Trends

6.1 Comparison of Commercial Vehicle Telematics Development Models between OEMs

6.2 Comparison of Commercial Vehicle Telematics Users between OEMs

6.3 Comparison of Operation between Commercial Vehicle Telematics Suppliers

6.4 Comparison of Business Layout between Commercial Vehicle Telematics Suppliers

6.5 Business Expansion Directions of Commercial Vehicle Telematics Suppliers

6.6 Development Trends of Commercial Vehicle Telematics

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