J’son & Partners Consulting J’son has done some research on the digitization of transport, including the Connected Car concept
J’son & PartnersConsulting defines Connected Car as a vehicle equipped with equipment to connect to the Internet, as well as interfaces to communicate with
other connected objects both inside and outside the car – smartphones, trackers, traffic lights, other vehicles, road infrastructure, etc.
Automotive innovations in the connected car segment are experiencing an unprecedented boom, major automakers are introducing telematics, infotainment services and systems
driver support. Telecommunications companies are central to the automotive communications industry. The greatest activity in the segment of “smart” transport is also the largest
In Russia, the market for “connected” cars is developing according to global trends, but with a delay from developed countries for at least 2-3 years. The largest number of connections is the project
creation of the state automated information system “ERA-GLONASS” – as of July 15, 2019, it has registered more than 4 million vehicles. other great ones
segments are telematics monitoring systems for commercial vehicles (Fleet Management) and the control of heavy goods vehicles with onboard devices (“Plato project”), security
cellular-connected systems and infotainment media systems.
In Russia, long-term initiatives are being implemented in the field of connected and unmanned vehicles, intelligent transport infrastructure. Yes, within the first phase (2017-20)
national technological initiative (STI) “Avonet” is planned to create an ecosystem, including, in particular, the development and harmonization of regulatory legal and regulatory framework,
start of implementation of infrastructure and pilot projects on telematic transport and information systems, intellectual urban mobility, transport and logistics services. In 2019
it was planned to spend almost 15 billion rubles for the implementation of this initiative, including 7.4 billion rubles. from the federal budget.
The development of the M2M / IoT market in Russian transport is hampered by the difficult economic and political situation, a significant decline in demand for new cars, an increase in the share of old cars in
sales and imperfect legal framework.
According to J’son & Partners Consulting, the market for connected cars in Russia will grow from 7.1 million in 2018 to 16.5 million in 2022, ie more than 2 times. The most capacious segments before
the end of the forecast period will be:
basic and additional services on the basis of state systems “ERA-GLONASS” and “Plato” (more than 10 million units);
fleet management monitoring and management – 3 million units;
built-in infotainment systems – 1.7 million units.
generation of innovations, digital transformation