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Mr. Roger Lanctot C.

Associate Director, Global Automotive Practice

Strategy Analytics , Inc.

Direct Phone: (617) ***-****       

Strategy Analytics , Inc.

199 Wells Avenue, Suite 108

Newton, Massachusetts 02459

United States

Company Description

Strategy Analytics, Inc. provides the competitive edge with advisory services, consulting and actionable market intelligence for emerging technology, mobile and wireless, digital consumer and automotive electronics companies. With offices in North America... more

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Advisory Board Member
Connected Car Expo

Education



Dartmouth College

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Uber's "video introduction ...

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Uber's "video introduction tries very hard to touch our hearts in the way that old AT&T commercials once did," observed Roger Lanctot, an associate director of research at Strategy Analytics.

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Uber's logo is "only important or unimportant in that I can either find it on my phone or I can't," Lanctot said.


Who Will Control Connected Car Data? - Doug Newcomb

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Roger Lanctot, head of automotive practice at Strategy Analytics, describes the current situation on ownership of connected-car data as "the Wild West. But he points to precedents such as the way wireless carriers and social media platforms such as Facebook collect personal information as a model for the car.

"Right now in the car it's binary: Either you're in or you're out," he says.
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"If you give your data, you should get something for free," Lanctot says.
This is already the case with insurance companies such as State Farm that offer drivers a discount if they allow certain data to be monitored. Lanctot, for example, has opted into State Farm's Drive Safe & Save program. "State Farm is empowering customers with access their own vehicle data," he says. "I can compare my driving to my wife's and also that of my two sons."
While the issue of who owns connected-car data needs to be resolved, both Mathias and Lanctot say that connectivity could bring an entire new range of services to vehicle owners. And the Cisco survey indicates that most drivers would be willing to opt in if they perceive a benefit. "Automakers, insurance companies, oil change businesses and marketers should be lining up to pay drivers for connected car data," Lanctot says. He added that this could also help pay for the car's data connection.


Apple’s In-Car Siri Integration Hits a Roadblock - Doug Newcomb

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Roger Lanctot, an automotive electronics analyst with Strategy Analytics, says that ten months after Apple announced Siri Eyes Free, automakers may be having second thoughts about adding the feature and its benefits.


"They're telling the government not to ...

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"They're telling the government not to be overly prescriptive," noted Roger C. Lanctot, associate director of the global automotive practice at Strategy Analytics.

"They're saying, 'Don't tell us what to do or not to do. Tell us the objective you want to see from automated-driving and let us worry about how we get that done,'" he told TechNewsWorld.
Preventing Something Stupid
The combination of Information Age and Industrial Age companies can give the coalition clout in shaping policies that will govern the self-driving auto industry.
"It has the potential to stop the government from pushing something unnecessary or limiting or stupid," Lanctot said.
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"Tesla is the missing link in the conversation," Lanctot noted.


"They're telling the government not to ...

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"They're telling the government not to be overly prescriptive," noted Roger C. Lanctot, associate director of the global automotive practice at Strategy Analytics.

"They're saying, 'Don't tell us what to do or not to do. Tell us the objective you want to see from automated-driving and let us worry about how we get that done,'" he told TechNewsWorld.
Preventing Something Stupid
The combination of Information Age and Industrial Age companies can give the coalition clout in shaping policies that will govern the self-driving auto industry.
"It has the potential to stop the government from pushing something unnecessary or limiting or stupid," Lanctot said.
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"Tesla is the missing link in the conversation," Lanctot noted.

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