Connected Cars and Natural Language Understanding (NLU): Growth

The Top 5 Growth Opps In Connected Cars

Find out more about trends such as natural language understanding and predictive maintenance.

Frost & Sullivan to host webinar that will reveal the disruptive trends for the connected car ecosystem and how automakers can offer value while generating new revenue streams.

The automotive ecosystem is shifting toward integrating multiple domains, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication. This growing consolidation and shift in focus will define the software-defined, connected cars of the future.

With changing consumer needs and the advent of next-generation, data-driven automobiles, growth opportunities for the connected car industry also are accelerating. The implementation and management of the relevant technologies create new hot spots for all stakeholders, including start-ups and other mid-tier connected car technology firms. Innovations such as embedded connectivity, bio-based health monitoring, and non-touch-based haptics, including gesture recognition, have taken precedence due to the need for protection and risk aversion during COVID-19.

Join Niranjan Manohar, research director, and Jack Palmer, senior consultant, from Frost & Sullivan’s Mobility Practice for the Growth Opportunity briefing, “Top 5 Connected Car Growth Opportunities,” on March 25 at 10 a.m. EDT. With automotive cloud and data management platforms expected to lay the foundation for digitization initiatives in the industry, gain insights into automakers’ cloud vendor strategies for connected services and autonomous vehicle development. The webinar also will discuss the evolving landscape of in-vehicle infotainment operating systems (OS) as automakers shift from proprietary to open-source OS. Finally, looking beyond the pandemic, key growth opportunities post-COVID-19 in health, wellness and wellbeing (HWW), in-vehicle payment and feature on-demand will also be covered.

The webinar will explore:

Discover key connected car trends from the Consumer Electronics Show 2021, such as in-car entertainment, digital cockpits and car human-machine interface (HMI);

Learn the latest technology updates for data-driven vehicles, including redefined E/E architectures, operating systems and over-the-air (OTA) updates;

Know the key trends across connectivity, such as automotive 5G, V2X and embedded telematics;

Uncover the 5G growth opportunities for connected cars, including autonomous driving and V2X, along with their use cases by leading companies such as Cerence and Cinemo; and

Find out why trends such as natural language understanding (NLU) and predictive maintenance are revolutionizing cloud and data management solutions for the industry.

For more information and to register for the webinar, visit:

The event will also be recorded and available on-demand at

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