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汽車型、企業用行動解決方案

Vehicle-Based Enterprise Mobility Solutions

出版日期: | 出版商: VDC Research Group, Inc. | 英文 99 Pages; 61 Exhibits | 商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內

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簡介

本報告提供北美、歐洲各國業務線 (LoB) 裝載、活用的汽車型行動 (無線通訊支援) 運算解決方案的市場相關分析,整體市場結構,及各地區的市場規模趨勢預測,各車種、各產品類型的最新形勢與未來展望,主要的有效利用案例,主要企業的簡介等資訊,為您概述為以下內容。

分析對象的車型:

半拖車/貨物用卡車,投遞/宅配用車輛,救護車,消防車,警察車輛,林業、農業、礦業、建設用重機,多功能車,廢棄物管理卡車,堆高機等

本報告分析交易廠商:

Advantech, ArmorX, Cradlepoint, Digi, Elite Vehicle Solutions, Gamber-Johnson, Getac Technology, Glacier Computer, HAVIS, JLT Mobile Computers, Panasonic, Pearl Solutions Group, Peplink, Portable Power Solutions, Portsmith Technologies, RAM Mounts, Robustel, Samsung, Sierra Wireless, VisionTrack Winmate, Zebra

目錄

分析概要

摘要整理

主要的分析結果

各地區的未來展望

  • 北美市場
    • 車輛台數,估計值:各類型
    • 車輛裝載型堅固電腦:市場收益額 (以金額為準)
    • 車輛裝載型堅固電腦:市場規模 (以數量為準)
  • 歐洲市場

各車種的市場區隔

  • 半卡車 (半拖車用曳引機)
  • 投遞服務/宅配
  • 多功能車 (UV)
  • 堆高機

各解決方案的市場趨勢

  • 各外型尺寸
  • 各OS (作業系統)
  • 各顯示器尺寸
  • 各頑強度(跟一般用電腦的對比)
  • 安裝/對接方式
  • 有效利用案例:Samsung DeX
  • 打入市場策略

業者簡介

  • 運算設備廠商
    • Advantech
    • Getac Technology Corporation
    • Glacier Computer
    • JLT Mobile Computers
    • Panasonic
    • Samsung
    • Siyata Mobile
    • Winmate
    • Zebra
  • 車內連接性廠商
    • Cradlepoint
    • Digi
    • Peplink
    • Robustel
    • Sierra Wireless
  • 安裝/對接解決方案供應商
    • Armor-X
    • Gamber-Johnson
    • HAVIS
    • RAM Mounts
  • 電源解決方案供應商
    • Portable Power Solutions Ltd
    • Portsmith Technologies
  • 週邊設備供應商
    • VisionTrack
  • 車輛安裝業者
    • Elite Vehicle Solutions
    • Pearl Solutions Group

關於VDC Research

目錄

Inside This Report:

This report cover the market opportunity for in-vehicle computing solutions used to support mobile enterprise line of business (LoB) applications among various vehicle-types in the North American and European regions. Specifically, the vehicle-types covered in this report include Semi/Freight Trucks, Delivery/Courier Vehicles, Ambulances, Firetrucks, Police vehicles, Heavy Machinery found in forestry, agriculture, mining and construction environments, Utility Vehicles, Waste Management trucks, and Forklifts.

Vendors Listed in this Report:

Advantech, ArmorX, Cradlepoint, Digi, Elite Vehicle Solutions, Gamber-Johnson, Getac Technology, Glacier Computer, HAVIS, JLT Mobile Computers, Panasonic, Pearl Solutions Group, Peplink, Portable Power Solutions, Portsmith Technologies, RAM Mounts, Robustel, Samsung, Sierra Wireless, VisionTrack Winmate, Zebra.

Table of Contents

2. Inside This Report

7. Executive Summary

8. Key Findings

  • Exhibit 1: Vehicle-Mounted Rugged Computing Install Base 2019

9. Regional Outlooks

  • Exhibit 2: Total Estimated Vehicle-Type Count North America & Europe
  • Exhibit 3: Total North American & European Vehicle-Mounted Rugged Computing Revenue
  • Exhibit 4: Total North American & European Vehicle-Mounted Rugged Computing Volume

North America

  • Exhibit 5: North American Estimated Vehicle-Type Count
  • Exhibit 6: North America Vehicle-Mounted Rugged Computing Revenue
  • Exhibit 7: North America Vehicle-Mounted Rugged Computing Volume

Europe

  • Exhibit 8: European Estimated Vehicle-Type Count
  • Exhibit 9: European Vehicle-Mounted Rugged Computing Revenue
  • Exhibit 10: European Vehicle-Mounted Rugged Computing Volume

10. Vehicle-Type Breakdown

Semi-trucks

  • Exhibit 11: Which of the following mobile devices are currently deployed to your frontline transportation employees?
  • Exhibit 12: Are the mobile devices used by your transportation workers mounted into vehicles?
  • Exhibit 13: How frequently are in-vehicle computing devices generally removed from their vehicles per shift?
  • Exhibit 14: Approximately how many vehicles are in your organization's fleet?
  • Exhibit 15: What types of vehicles does your organization deploy?
  • Exhibit 16: How do the mobile devices in your organization primarily connect to a wireless network?
  • Exhibit 17: Considering the wireless connectivity requirements of your frontline mobile workforce over the next 12 to 24 months, how will their mobile device primarily connect? Exhibit 18: North America & Europe Semi-Truck Mounted

Rugged Device Volume

Delivery Services/Couriers

  • Exhibit 19: Which of the following mobile devices are currently deployed to your frontline DSD employees (delivery drivers and/or pre-sales/merchandising agents)?
  • Exhibit 20: How do the mobile devices in your organization primarily connect to a wireless network?
  • Exhibit 21: Considering the wireless connectivity requirements of your frontline mobile workforce over the next 12 to 24 months, how will their mobile device primarily connect?
  • Exhibit 22: North America & Europe Delivery Vehicle (e.g. FedEx, UPS, Courier, Amazon) Mounted Rugged Device Volume
  • Exhibit 23: North America & Europe Ambulance Mounted Rugged Device Volume
  • Exhibit 24: North America & Europe Firetruck Mounted Rugged Device Volume
  • Exhibit 25: How many vehicles are in your organization's fleet?
  • Exhibit 26: Which of the following devices do you first responders/frontline officers use to support their daily workflows?
  • Exhibit 27: Which of the following best describes your first responders'/frontline officers' in-vehicle computing setup?
  • Exhibit 28: How frequently are in-vehicle devices generally removed from their vehicles per shift?
  • Exhibit 29: Which of the following do you believe will be your first responders'/frontline officers' in-vehicle computing setup in 3-5 years?
  • Exhibit 30: How do your in-vehicle computing devices primarily connect to the network?
  • Exhibit 31: How are your in-vehicle computing devices connecting to cellular networks?
  • Exhibit 32: Considering the wireless connectivity requirements of your frontline mobile workforce over the next 12 to 24 months, how will their mobile device primarily connect?
  • Exhibit 33: North America & Europe Police Vehicle Mounted Rugged Device Volume
  • Exhibit 34: North America & Europe Heavy Machinery (Construction, Agriculture, Mining, Forestry) Rugged Mounted Device Volume

Utility vehicles

  • Exhibit 35: Which of the following mobile devices are currently deployed to your field service technicians?
  • Exhibit 36: What is the approximate size of your service vehicle fleet?
  • Exhibit 37: Are the mobile devices used by your field service technicians mounted into their vehicles?
  • Exhibit 38: How frequently are in-vehicle computing devices generally removed from their vehicles per shift?
  • Exhibit 39: How do the mobile devices in your organization primarily connect to a wireless network?
  • Exhibit 40: Considering the wireless connectivity requirements of your frontline mobile workforce over the next 12 to 24 months, how will their mobile device primarily connect?
  • Exhibit 41: North America & Europe Utility Vehicle (Commercial Pick-Ups, Vans, SUVs, Bucket- Trucks, Chemical trucks, Oil and Gas trucks) Mounted Rugged Device Volume
  • Exhibit 42: North America & Europe Waste Management Mounted Rugged Device Volume

Forklifts

  • Exhibit 43: Which of the following mobile devices are currently deployed to your frontline warehouse employees?
  • Exhibit 44: Do your warehouse/DC employees use any mobile devices while operating facility vehicles, such as a forklift?
  • Exhibit 45: Which devices are used in-vehicle?
  • Exhibit 46: Looking ahead, are you considering replacing purpose-built forklift computers with alternate mobile form factors, such as tablet computers?
  • Exhibit 47: What are the primary factors driving the adoption/evaluation of tablets for forklift vehicle applications?
  • Exhibit 48: How do the mobile devices in your organization primarily connect to a wireless network?
  • Exhibit 49: Considering the wireless connectivity requirements of your frontline mobile workforce over the next 12 to 24 months, how will their mobile device primarily connect?
  • Exhibit 50: North America & Europe Forklift Mounted Rugged Device Volume
  • Exhibit 51: 2019 North America & Europe Vehicle-Type vs. Form-Factor Matrix

49. Solution Trends

Form Factor

  • Table 1: Form Factor Requirements by Vehicle Type

Operating systems

  • Table 2: Operating System Requirements by Vehicle Type

Display Size

  • Table 3: Display Size Requirements by Vehicle Type

Ruggedness (Consumer vs. Rugged)

  • Table 4: Ruggedness Requirements by Vehicle Type
  • Exhibit 52: North America & Europe Vehicle Mounted Rugged Tablet Industry Shipment Volume
  • Exhibit 53: North America & Europe Vehicle Mounted Rugged 2-in-1 Detachables Industry Shipment Volume
  • Exhibit 54: North America & Europe Vehicle Mounted Rugged Notebooks/Laptops Industry Volume
  • Exhibit 55: North America & Europe Fixed Vehicle Computer Industry Volume
  • Exhibit 56: North America & Europe Forklift-Mounted Computer Industry Volume

Mounting/Docking

  • Table 5: Mounting/Docking Requirements by Vehicle Type In-Vehicle Power/Charging Solutions
  • Table 6: Power Solution Requirements by Vehicle Type In-Vehicle Connectivity
  • Table 7: Connectivity Requirements by Vehicle Type
  • Exhibit 57: Current and Forecast Vehicle-Based Cellular Router Market Revenue
  • Exhibit 58: Current and Forecast Vehicle-Based Cellular Router Market Shipments

Samsung DeX

  • Exhibit 59: Is your organization currently or planning to evaluate Samsung DeX as an alternative to existing in-vehicle computers? (
  • Exhibit 60: What are the primary perceived benefits of the Samsung DeX solution relative to traditional in-vehicle computers? Select all that apply
  • Exhibit 61: What are the primary perceived challenges of the Samsung DeX solution relative to traditional in-vehicle computers? Select all that apply
  • Exhibit 62: Is your organization currently or planning to evaluate Samsung DeX as an alternative to existing in-vehicle computers?
  • Exhibit 63: What are the primary perceived benefits of the Samsung DeX solution relative to traditional in-vehicle computers? Select all that apply
  • Exhibit 64: What are the primary perceived challenges of the Samsung DeX solution relative to

Go to Market

73. Vendor Profiles

Mounted Computing Device Manufacturers

  • Advantech
  • Getac Technology Corporation
  • Glacier Computer
  • JLT Mobile Computers
  • Panasonic
  • Samsung
  • Siyata Mobile
  • Winmate
  • Zebra

In-Vehicle Connectivity Manufacturers

  • Cradlepoint
  • Digi
  • Peplink
  • Robustel
  • Sierra Wireless

Mounting/Docking Solution Providers

  • Armor-X
  • Gamber-Johnson
  • HAVIS
  • RAM Mounts

Power Solution Providers

  • Portable Power Solutions Ltd
  • Portsmith Technologies

Accessory Providers

  • VisionTrack

Vehicle Installers

  • Elite Vehicle Solutions
  • Pearl Solutions Group

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