2016-17 Mexican Telematics Market Study
C.J. Driscoll & Associates has released a comprehensive report on the Mexican market for telematics systems and service, including both GPS fleet tracking systems and telematics solutions for personal cars. The report concludes that the commercial telematics market in Mexico accounts for over one million units in service. While this market is very fragmented, with no single solution provider accounting for more than a 5% market share, the consumer stolen vehicle recovery (SVR) and telematics market is far more concentrated, with a few providers accounting for two-thirds of the units in service.
For-hire and private trucking fleets constitute the largest market for GPS fleet tracking solutions in Mexico. However, a number of other fleet markets segments are emerging, including government agencies, public safety, private security companies, public transit, and taxi. Government regulations and policies may bring about significant growth in several of these segments. As discussed in the report, security-related features are a top priority for most GPS fleet tracking solutions sold in the Mexican market. However, features for enhancing fleet productivity and efficiency, as well as monitoring driver performance, have also become increasingly important.
The 148-page report includes extensive statistics on the addressable market size and telematics penetration for a wide range of fleet categories. The growth of vehicle manufacturing in Mexico is covered in depth, along with analysis of OEM telematics programs and partners. Government registration and monitoring of telematics suppliers is also examined.
2016-17 U.S. Mobile Resource Management Systems Market Study, 5th Edition
C.J. Driscoll & Associates has released a comprehensive new report on the U.S. market for Mobile Resource Management (MRM) systems. This report provides in-depth information on each major MRM market segment, including the markets for vehicle-installed fleet management and driver behavior management solutions. It also covers the emerging market for managing mobile workers with GPS-equipped smartphones, tablets, and other portable devices. In addition, the study examines the markets for monitoring mobile assets, including trailers and heavy equipment.
2014-15 Commercial Telematics Market: China
C.J. Driscoll & Associates has released a comprehensive report covering the Chinese Commercial Telematics market. This is the first of a new series of C.J. Driscoll & Associates reports on Global Commercial Telematics Markets.
China has the fastest growing fleet market in the world, and one of the fastest growing commercial telematics markets. Today, over five million GPS and Beidou (BDS) tracking units are used to monitor fleet vehicles, heavy equipment and other assets. These devices include vehicle-installed units as well as location-capable smartphones and portable computers used to manage mobile workers. The report projects growth of the Chinese commercial telematics market through 2018, including units in service and revenues.
2013-14 Survey of Fleet Operator Interest in MRM Systems and Services
C.J. Driscoll & Associates has released a new multi-client market research study covering interest of U.S. fleet operators in Mobile Resource Management systems and services. The 2013-14 Survey of Fleet Operator Interest in MRM Systems and Services assesses fleet operator interest in GPS fleet management systems, driver behavior management systems, and solutions for managing mobile workers with GPS-equipped handsets or other portable devices. The study also assesses use and satisfaction with MRM solutions among large and small fleets in a wide range of categories.
2010-11 Latin American Vehicle Tracking Systems Market Study
C.J. Driscoll & Associates has released a comprehensive study on the Latin American market for vehicle tracking solutions, including GPS fleet tracking and consumer stolen vehicle recovery and telematics solutions. This study provides in-depth information on the vehicle tracking market in each Latin American country. The research is based on interviews conducted over a 15-month period with executives of over 100 Latin American suppliers of GPS tracking products and services.