US will have 169 million actively connected cars by 2022

by Parks Associates | May. 15, 2019

CONNECTIONS™ conference will feature the Connected Car Corner, by InstallerNet, to highlight the role of smart automotive and mobile solutions in the smart home ecosystem. The international research firm will host the 23rd-annual CONNECTIONS™: The Premier Connected Home Conference, May 21-23, in San Francisco, California.

New connected car research from Parks Associates reveals 4% of US broadband households have an in-car voice assistant device, such as the Amazon Echo Auto, Roav Viva, or Muse Auto, and 9% plan to buy one in the next 12 months. The research firm estimates the US will have 169 million actively connected cars, 56% of all light vehicles, by 2022.

The exhibitors for Connected Car Corner include:


Alpine is an automotive electronics manufacturer that provides consumers and leading automakers with audio, video, navigation and driver assistance products. The company specializes in system integration solutions with innovative vehicle entertainment and information technologies.


InstallerNet is a leading expert in the automotive aftermarket with extensive industry knowledge and the most comprehensive database of vehicle technology available. Combined with proprietary technology and technical support, InstallerNet is able to offer manufacturers a complete go-to-market strategy for their brands, offering software, services, fit guides, vehicle research, as well as InstallCard programs covering both automotive aftermarket and smart home products.


The Owlcam dash camera not only records while driving, but it can also capture events while the car is parked. It features both front and back-facing cameras and built-in 4G LTE connection so video can be viewed and alert notifications can be sent even when you are away from the vehicle.


With over 2 billion vehicles on the road worldwide, Reviver is an incredibly exciting Internet-of-things (IoT) venture on its way to becoming the leader in the connected vehicle world. Reviver’s World’s First Digital License Plate, the Rplate, transforms the 125-year old stamped metal license plate into a sleek, digital, high-definition display, offering a connected car platform to simplify daily life with vast potential for future innovation.

Sirius XM

Enjoy satellite radio in your car, home or on the go. SiriusXM comes installed in new vehicles from every major automaker in the U.S. and is available in a fast-growing number of pre-owned vehicles. SiriusXM is also available in the home on Smart Speakers, on the go with the SiriusXM app or streamed on Amazon Alexa devices, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Sonos sound systems, SonyPlaystation and more. is a full-spectrum leader in technical support solutions for businesses and consumers. With more than 20 years serving well-known brands, we have the expertise, tools, and software solutions to troubleshoot and maintain PCs and Macs, iOS and Android, and all the devices in the connected home — including home automation systems, home theaters, wearables, gaming systems, and even drones.


Waylens creates innovative automotive camera technologies that make the experience of car ownership more secure and exciting. App connected devices enable instant alerts and real-time video monitoring from the palm of your hand.

The CONNECTIONS™ Showcase Area highlights the latest innovations from leading IoT and smart home companies, and the Connected Car Corner, by InstallerNet, will host companies with specific solutions and technologies for the connected car.  

“InstallerNet has been integrating innovative electronics in the automobile since 2006, helping device manufacturers design, test, and install their vehicle solutions nationwide. The connected car continues to disrupt several industries with enhanced business models and will play a significant role in autonomous driving,” said Tony Frangiosa, CEO, InstallerNet. “We are excited about working with CONNECTIONS™ to showcase some of these leading technology companies.”

CONNECTIONS™ also features the special session “Connected Cars: Extension for the Smart Home,” which will provide insight on new revenue streams and business models emerging out of the connected car, the impact on auto insurance, and best marketing strategies to capture consumer interest. The session features executives from Gentex Corporation, Mojio, NXP, Owl Cameras, and SoundHound.

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