Gartner estimates that the production of this type of cars will increase from the 12.4 million from the 2016 to nearly 61 million in 2020.

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by 2020, the production of this type of car increase from approximately 12.4 million to almost 61 million.

Not what we say, what ensures Gartner, whose research director James Hines, explains that “the connected vehicle is the basis of key opportunities and disruptions in the automotive industry and many other industries vertical”. It is a phenomenon that is growing in both mature markets and emerging. And, to go upward, their impact should transcend the area of production, coming to rental issues, services for ride sharing, insurance or the charging of electric models.

“The cars are connected they will continue to generate new innovations, products and services, create new companies, allow new value propositions and business models and introduce the new era of smart mobility, where the focus of the automotive industry shifted from the possession of individual vehicles to a vision that is more focused in the service of personal mobility”, indicates Hines. “as cars become more automated, are being equipped with a growing range of technologies of sensors, such as cameras and radar systems. Many cars will use image detection as the primary means to identify and classify objects” in its surrounding “to provide answers more sophisticated and even have autonomous control”.

In this sense, the demand of contextual information should skyrocket in the next five years, a 150 %. The boom of cars connected will produce a picks of the post through the commercialisation of updates. And is also called benefit to that primordial question that is the loyalty towards the brand.