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Market Trends: Monetizing Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Data


Vehicle sensor data is stored in the cloud to deliver connected services on production vehicles and train neural networks for self-driving R&D activities. This vehicle data collection offers technology and service providers with a growing revenue stream.

Published: 30 April 2020

ID: G00717303

Analyst(s): Jonathan Davenport Pedro Pacheco Alan Priestley

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Note 1: Autonomous Driving Levels

Note 2: Number of Connected Vehicles — 2020 and 2025

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