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IDC's Worldwide Next-Generation Automotive Taxonomy, 2020

By: Matt ArcaroResearch Manager, Next Generation Automotive, Jeffrey HojloResearch Vice President, Future of Industry Ecosystems & Product Innovation Strategies


This IDC study provides a comprehensive overview of the components, use cases, and companies involved in the next-generation automotive market and ecosystem as covered by IDC. The taxonomy also introduces a segment and subsegment breakdown, definitions, and sample companies that participate, support, and define the next-generation automotive area and ecosystem.

"The role for next-generation automotive services continues to evolve at a furious pace. This includes increased competition, investment, and globalization to design and develop services that more closely match the needs of regional and global market audiences," said Matt Arcaro, research manager, IDC's Next-Generation Automotive.

"The focus today for automotive manufacturers is ensuring that quality and functional safety of increasingly autonomous vehicles meet all established and future regulatory guidelines. To achieve this, OEMs must be connected across digital innovation platforms that include a varied ecosystem of players, from partners, academia, and supply chain to government entities, Smart Cities, drivers, and passengers. This taxonomy aims to define this next-generation automotive ecosystem and serve as a guide for development, collaboration, and operation," said Jeff Hojlo, program director, Product Innovation Strategies.


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