Unlock the potential of the automotive industry’s future with our cutting-edge studies on connected car data. With them you will discover a world full of insights on how connected car data is revolutionizing the Independent Automotive Aftermarket, enabling you to stay ahead in this dynamic and evolving landscape. Our in-depth studies delve into the intricate realm of connected car data, exploring its transformative impact on the automotive sector. Gain invaluable knowledge on data privacy, market trends, consumer behavior, and technological advancements.
Study Published in 2024
Connected Vehicle Field Test 3.0
This study aims to delve into the challenges and opportunities arising from the increasing impact of digitalization and telematics data on independent repair workshops.
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Study Published in 2023
Connected Car Data Meets Insurance
A study about the status of connected car data and how it benefits the motor insurance business. The automotive industry is undergoing a profound transformation with the advent of connected car technology, and one significant aspect of this transformation is its impact on the insurance industry. Connected cars have the potential to reshape the way auto insurance is priced, underwritten, and experienced by consumers.
Study Published in 2021
Connected Vehicle Field Test
In 2020, CARUSO conducted the Connected Vehicle Field Test (CVFT) with a number of volunteers and analyzed the current state of the connected car market in Europe. CARUSO analyzed the solutions of different car manufacturers (Extended Vehicle, NEVADA, or proprietary), built up a large pool of connected cars, and collected data at regular intervals to derive insights and learnings. This study covers quantitative data from 213 vehicles collected over a duration of 6 months and qualitative feedback from surveys and structured interview sessions with 320 associates of the CARUSO shareholding companies who were volunteering to participate in the CVFT.