DETROIT -- Consumer interest in vehicle telematics systems is growing, but auto makers may not reap all the possible rewards if they don’t better consumer relations, says a new study by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants of Troy, MI. The study estimates that by 2010 global telematics revenue could reach $24 billion and subscribers will number 100 million, but says current business models aren’t advantageous to either consumers or OEMs. “I think not a very good relationship up to now has ...
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