Ranging from dynamic charging related POI, green navigation, smart vehicle, and grid communication, these services will develop from initially limiting range anxiety to theoretically conserving range by up to 30 percent and eventually enabling smart charging. On the whole, telematics is the key to ensuring a overall enjoyable EV ownership.
The Automotive & Transportation Group at Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce that it will be hosting an online analyst briefing presentation on Thursday, 12 November, 2009 at 3:00 pm GMT, to analyse the evolution of telematics applications for EVs, to gage the service roadmap, consider OEM strategies and regional evolutionary differences and to examine several case studies.
This briefing will benefit electric vehicle manufacturers, telematics device suppliers, navigation device suppliers, telematics service providers, as well as mobile network operators and component suppliers to the European navigation and telematics market.
"Many traditional and new EV OEMs are gearing up to introduce cutting-edge telematics services like Renault intelligent navigation and Reva REVIVE technology," notes Frost & Sullivan’s Automotive & Transportation Program Manager Praveen Chandrasekar. "All this clearly ensures that telematics will be a must-have in the electric vehicle more so than they are in the conventional vehicle and with the added advantage of leasing models, they will only be much easier to bundle and sell," adds Chandrasekar.
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