Start-ups Disrupting Global Connected Truck Market, 2016–2017
- December 2016
- 86 pages
- Frost & Sullivan
This research service aims at identifying, analyzing, and profiling start-ups disrupting the Global Connected Truck Market. The major markets considered for analysis include Fleet Management Solutions, Digital Freight Brokering, Video Safety, and Autonomous Trucks. From the initially identified exhaustive list of companies within the major markets, the top 20 performing start-ups have been shortlisted using a preliminary screening methodology. Identified top 20 are then rated against each other using Frost & Sullivan's Start-up Evaluation Radar. Growth opportunities have been clearly mapped with a call to action for stakeholders for improved decision making. The study period is from 2016 to 2025.
The study features start-ups across the globe, covering North America, Europe, LATAM, Middle East, South Africa, Hong kong, Singapore and India within the identified hot beds. The study highlights importance of Start-ups and how they will complement OEMs, Telematics Service Providers (TSPs), and other value chain partners. It also covers key attributes of start-ups, reasons for investing, modes of funding, key criteria for choosing a Start-up with examples and case study.
Top-20 companies are identified and profiled in detail. Each company profile covers information such as employee count, brief business description, unique service proposition (USP), Key customers, key partnerships, Installed base, distribution of installed base by end-user segment and region, in estimated revenue for 2016, funding received, notable achievements, key reasons for investment, pricing model, package pricing, package description, target industry, and target customer.
Key questions this study will answer:
1. What are the key criteria that venture capitalists and potential investors look into while investing in start-ups? Why do they attract more investments compared to established organizations?
2. What are the key markets for start-ups to venture into and what is the current revenue potential of those markets?
3. Who are the key participants and what are their unique service propositions?
4. How have the shortlisted companies performed so far in terms of the technology, installed base, business models, and partnerships to attract investors?
5. What are the 5 major growth opportunities for stakeholders in the Connected Truck market?
Why Start-ups? Reasons for Investing
Key Criteria for Choosing a Start-up—Attracting Investors' Eye
Modes of Funding
Key Participants Investing in Start-ups
Why Connected Trucks? Where Lies the Potential?
Case Study—Recent Investment
Key Markets for Start-ups in Connected Truck
List of Exhaustive Start-ups—By Region
Start-ups by Business Description
2.Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Aims and Objectives
Key Questions this Study will Answer
3.Definitions and Segmentation
Definitions and Segmentation
Market Definitions and Segmentation
4.Exercise to Shortlist Companies
Exercise to Shortlist Companies
Frost & Sullivan's Criteria to Shortlist Companies
Shortlisted Start-ups—A Comparative Overview
Shortlisted Start-ups—By Installed Base
5.Frost & Sullivan Start-up Evaluation Radar
Frost & Sullivan Start-up Evaluation Radar
Frost & Sullivan Start-up Evaluation Radar—Scorecard
Frost & Sullivan Start-up Evaluation Radar—Plot
Growth Opportunity—Investments and Partnerships from OEMs/TSPs
5 Major Growth Opportunities in Connected Truck Market
Strategic Imperatives for Potential Investors
Key Conclusions and Findings
7.Appendix—Detailed Profiles of Shortlisted Companies
Appendix—Detailed Profiles of Shortlisted Companies
TG Matrix—Company Profile
TG Matrix—Product Portfolio
Trucker Path—Company Profile
Trucker Path—Product Portfolio
Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
Market Engineering Methodology