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A deployment roadmap for Connected Electric Vehicles

Published: Aug 2011 | No Of Pages: 43 | Published By: SBD

Product Synopsis

A comprehensive analysis of the connected Electric Vehicle value chain in China, the USA and Western Europe - market trends, major players and future outlook

As vehicle manufacturers ramp up their line-up of Electric Vehicles (EVs), there is a growing focus on the need for connectivity between EVs, customers, charging infrastructure and utility companies. However the connected EV value chain is at different maturity levels across China, the USA and Western Europe. SBD’s latest report provides a clear explanation of the type of connectivity required in each of these markets.

The connected services offered by leading vehicle manufacturers like Ford, Nissan and OnStar are analysed. The report also reveals the initiatives of charging station operators like Better Place, Coulomb Technologies and RWE. To help you avoid the pitfalls in your connected EV strategy, the barriers holding back advanced connected EV services are analysed and the report presents a roadmap for the deployment of different types of EV connectivity to help you plan for the future.

1. Executive summary

2. Understanding the Connected EV Eco-system
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Use Cases
2.3 Connectivity types
2.4 Components
2.4 Value chain
2.4 Future outlook

3. USA insight
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Key initiatives for enabling Connected EVs
3.2.1 Vehicle manufacturer activities
2.2.2 Charging station operator activities
2.2.3 3rd party apps
3.2.4 Industry-wide activities
3.2.5 Standardisation activities
3.3 Future outlook

4. Western Europe insight
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Key initiatives for enabling Connected EVs
4.2.1 Vehicle manufacturer activities
4.2.2 Charging station operator activities
4.2.3 3rd party apps
4.2.4 Industry-wide activities
4.2.5 Standardisation activities
4.3 Future outlook

5. China insight
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Key initiatives for enabling Connected EVs
5.2.1 Vehicle manufacturer activities
5.2.2 Charging station operator activities
5.2.3 3rd party apps
5.2.4 Industry-wide activities
5.2.5 Standardisation activities
5.3 Future outlook

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Fig. 1. Deployment timeline for different types of EV connectivity
Fig. 2. Growth of the connected EV eco-system
Fig. 3. Summary of EV connectivity types
Fig. 4. Summary of connected EV components
Fig. 5. Summary of connected EV value chain
Fig. 6. Summary of key EV trends in the USA
Fig. 7. Summary of Connected EV activities in the USA
Fig. 8. Connected services available to Nissan LEAF drivers
Fig. 9. Aeronviornment solution for Connected EVs
Fig. 10. Summary of standards for EVs in the USA
Fig. 11. Summary of key EV trends in Western Europe
Fig. 12. Summary of Connected EV activities in Europe
Fig. 13. M2M platform used by Schneider
Fig. 14. Partners and Working Groups within Green eMotion
Fig. 15. ISO/IEC 15118 Interface
Fig. 16. Summary of key EV trends in China
Fig. 17. Battery swapping vs plug-in charging
Fig. 18. T10 members and markets share

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