Market Share of Internet Of Cars Industry
The Internet of cars market is highly competitive and has a few significant players. Some of the players now control the market in terms of market share. However, new players are growing their market presence and commercial footprint throughout emerging nations due to the development of IoT services across the linked transportation platform.
- April 2023 - Bosch has expanded its portfolio of manufacturing equipment for battery production to include hardware and software specifically for recycling operations. Where a Joint venture between REMONDIS subsidiary TSR Recycling and Rhenus Automotive has built Europe's first fully automated battery recycling plant in Magdeburg using Bosch Rexroth technology
- February 2023 - Cisco and NEC have announced the expanded areas of collaboration under their Global Systems Integrator Agreement (GSIA) with augmented solutions for scalable 5G xHaoultransport networks, such as enhanced capabilities for end-to-end automation and routed optical networking to support operators' monetization of 5G, As part of the new collaboration, NEC will leverage its vast ecosystem and expertise as a global network integrator to overcome the complexity of multi-vendor networks. The company's 5G Transport Centers of Excellence in EMEA and LATAM, with local and regional engineering capabilities and a pool of global experience, will play a central role in navigating customers' end-to-end network.
Internet Of Cars Market Leaders
Cisco Systems Inc.
Bosch Software Innovations GmbH.
Waymo LLC (Alphabet Inc.)
Tesla Motors. Inc.
*Disclaimer: Major Players sorted in no particular order