About this report
In the passenger vehicle segment, the use of connected car services is widespread - with many OEMs providing their services to at least one market. Today, an extensive ecosystem of connected services for this segment mutually provides a wealth of benefits for its consumers and service providers. However, the connected services market for the light commercial vehicle (LCV) segment is still in the early stages of maturity.
In a similar fashion to passenger vehicles, this segment is continuing to benefit from a small, but rapidly growing, ecosystem of dedicated connected services – such as fleet management and navigation. As it grows in tandem with the LCV segment, a wider variety of use cases and connected service offerings will be enabled. This variety will allow those closest to the LCV landscape, including fleet managers and service providers, to benefit from the opening of new revenue streams as the demand for LCVs continues to increase.
The Connected Services Guide – LCVs report provides key, up-to-date, insights into the services available for light commercial vehicles. In doing so, it details the landscape of these services while identifying the strategies used to deliver them. Similarly identified are the supplier-OEM partnerships providing new technologies for LCV owners and fleet managers.