Telematics Update’s research has uncovered that M2M services are expected to grow by 41% in India and South Asia by 2017.
Telematics Update: India, with its chaotic traffic and security issues, automakers are primed to make telematics and M2M technology a key focus of their strategies in 2013 and beyond, as this technology can provide both navigation and safety services. With increasing mobile phone users and low cost rates for data transfer (as low as $1 dollar a month) it is clear that mobile platforms will be a great opportunity for mass market delivery of telematics solutions, resulting in the growth of the M2M market.
Shreya Ganapathy, India & South Asia Project Director at Telematics Update strongly believes that this burgeoning market has reached a tipping point.
“With these growing opportunities, for anyone investing in telematics in this region, knowledge on the market is invaluable. It is crucial to understand the best ways to capitalise on the commercial vehicle segment and the expanding consumer segment to create new opportunities and new revenue streams.”
It is critical for the government, automakers, wireless carriers, and tier one manufacturers and telematics solution developers to visualise the business models, technology and strategy developments in this field to design products and timelines in-line with the current trends.
To solve this challenge, Telematics Update’s Telematics India and South Asia Conference 2013 will bring together leading experts from the telematics arena to create an information platform, allowing key players in the value chain to gain insights into different strategies and capitalise on this dynamic telematics market.
Highlights of the Telematics Update’s India and South East Asia Conference include:
- 30+ expert speakers including automakers such as Tata Motors, Daimler, Bosch and Volvo will discuss how to capitalise on the commercial vehicle segment and the expanding consumer segment
- Conference sessions will give a regional market update on the business models and next-gen tech that will lead to wide spread telematics deployment so you can find out how to appeal to automaker customers
- Network face-to-face with 150+ execs including global and local automakers to build strategic business relationships across the telematics, automotive, wireless and digital industries