PRN: Integrated Systems and Telematics-Based Safety Applications Offer Lucrative Revenue Growth
Integrated Systems and Telematics-Based Safety Applications Offer Lucrative Revenue Growth
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, March 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Frost & Sullivan hosts complimentary webinar analyzing the market increase potential due to soft technologies and system integration
WHEN: Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. EDT LOCATION: Online, with free registration SPEAKERS: Senior Analyst Ananth Srinivasan for Frost & Sullivan [http://www.frost.com ]'s Automotive & Transportation practice
The safety systems market has been in flux for the past two to three years, caused by compliance of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) regulations. This market is projected to be on a steep growth trajectory within the next five to seven years due to the introduction of integrated safety systems (ISS) and the availability of telematics-based safety applications.
This briefing will show an overall picture of the medium- and heavy-duty truck safety systems market by analyzing each sub-segment, namely, driver information warning systems, active chassis control systems, integrated safety systems and telematics-based safety applications.Â This overview will provide an understanding of how this segment is expected to evolve within the next five years.
Attendees will gain insights on the North American class 4-8 truck safety systems market; learn the impact of impending legislations for advanced safety technologies with an emphasis on stability control systems; as well as understand Mega Trends, market drivers and industry challenges. The discussion will include findings from Frost & Sullivan's customer research on advanced safety technologies. A live Q&A session with the analyst will follow the webinar.
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