The EY report said over time, various connectivity solutions have been developed by car manufacturers and service providers, such as the machine-to-machine connectivity platform, and more.
US companies can now do business with China's Huawei Technologies till May 15, an extension from the earlier April 1 deadline.
Jio's automotive connectivity solutions, including hardware and cloud platforms, are aimed at helping Indian automakers promote new generation connectivity.
The Deloitte study also found that a majority of Indian automobile owners were concerned about the security of biometric data shared with connected vehicles.
Huawei will not build its own autonomous vehicles but instead, use its 5G expertise to collaborate with automakers to build driverless connected cars.
Qualcomm seeks to overturn a US regulation that requires it to renegotiate its patent licensing agreements with automakers at decreased rates.
Microsoft's "Connected Vehicle Platform" combines Cloud and edge services with a strong partner network to empower automotive companies to build connected driving experiences.
Volkswagen plans to introduce up to 75 all-electric models and 60 hybrid vehicles over the next decade.
Hyundai also plans to develop flying cars by 2025 and has received the South Korean government's support to develop hydrogen fuel cell cars as well.
By implementing 5G in its upcoming models, Audi aims to make traffic smoother and reduce the risk of collisions (by connecting vehicles).
Alongside its flagship 8-series processors, Qualcomm has earmarked the more mainstream 7- and 6-series processors for being paired with 5G modems.
Last month, Hyundai sold a total of 16,234 units of Creta, Venue, Tucson and Kona Electric, while in comparison M&M sold 16,003 utility vehicles (UVs).
Germany, France and Italy, with powerful car industries, were among 21 countries to vote against the EC proposal at a Brussels meeting of EU representatives.
Under their partnership, Geely and Toyota have joined Apollo, an autonomous driving platform by Baidu.
According to a Counterpoint report, smartphones will have shifted from hardware to integrated eSIM technologies to aid adoption of the technology.
As per Deloitte's 2019 Global Automotive Consumer Study, Gen Y/Z users in India are questioning the need for an owned vehicle.
The MG Hector is the second connected car in India after the Hyundai Venue and will go against the likes of Jeep Compass, Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV500 among others.
The app currently works with Mercedes vehicles, and is available for Android and iOS.
For the study, the researchers adapted the cars with motion capture sensors and a Raspberry Pi - a small computer - so that the cars could communicate via Wi-Fi.
Once launched, the Hyundai Venue will compete against the likes the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon and Ford EcoSport.