China is emerging as one of the world’s leading telematics markets with vehicle sales expected to rise from 21 million units in 2013 to nearly 34 million in 2019. Frost & Sullivan predicts that “Chinese market for telematics services will swell from 0.4 million subscribers in 2012 to nearly 4.0 million subscribers by 2018.”
WirelessCar has been witnessing and contributing to the rapid growth of the mass market.
This award was given by China Electronic Academy (subsidiary of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) on Telematics Industry Development Forum held in Shenzhen April 10th, 2013, this, after having won the award for “Best China Telematics Company” at the IOVA Annual Conference in January 2013 in Beijing. The event, jointly organized by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and the municipal government of Shenzhen, gathered more than 1,200 exhibitors demonstrating their latest products, involving technologies from the entire electronic information industry chain.
“Again, WirelessCar has been recognized on the global Telematics scene. The early focus on China from 2008, creating the network, partnerships and organization has clearly put WirelessCar in a leading position on the China market which is being confirmed by this highly prestige award.” said Martin Rosell, Managing Director WirelessCar.
Since its initial footprint in China in 2008, WirelessCar began to believe in the strong potential for Chinese markets’ long-term growth. That is why WirelessCar started early to build up specific know-how with a first pilot project initiated in China in 2008. In 2011, WirelessCar founded its own subsidiaries in Beijing and Tianjin with combined knowledge of the automotive business and technology from different areas of development, testing and service operation.
WirelessCar offers connected services for customers like BMW and Audi in China, through delivering a proven and sustainable technology platform to enable customers’ ability of leveraging the benefits of open architecture.
WirelessCar has cross-sector experience in automotive and commercial vehicle industries and delivers a ready-made technology neutral shared platform based on Next Generation Telematics Pattern (NGTP). WirelessCar customers benefit from flexibility to adapt to a rapidly evolving and agile industry, ensuring the greater freedom to upgrade their services, differentiate their services from their competitors, expand in new markets with standardized services and as consequence, keeping the costs down by lowering price services in the long term run.
Together with its customers and partners, WirelessCar is stepping to the explosively new phase for telematics market in China.