2030 Vision of the Global Shared Mobility Industry

2030 Vision of the Global Shared Mobility Industry

The Increasing Urbanization and the Decreasing Private Vehicle Ownership will Reshape Cities and Expand the Use of Shared Mobility

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11-May-2022
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Research Code: PCFE-01-00-00-00
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Over the last decade, technology has changed the way people move from point A to point B. With the rise of platform apps, transportation services have become more connected, integrated, and shareable. Over the next decade, Frost & Sullivan believes that this technology-led transformation will create profound changes in terms of commute and travel; particularly, shared mobility will witness changes with regard to vehicles types, infrastructure, and value-added services.

This Frost & Sullivan study offers an in-depth analysis of the key trends likely to shape the shared mobility industry until 2030; it also examines future business models. The study discusses how cities will be redesigned to reflect the increasing use of shared mobility and how virtual reality will open up new business opportunities for shared mobility companies. It also lists the companies that will play a major role in this ongoing shift and the stakeholder landscape of the mobility ecosystem of the future.

The study concludes by discussing the major growth opportunities in the industry, and it offers recommendations to companies to leverage these opportunities.

Author: Avishar Dutta

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Shared Mobility Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

2030 Vision of Shared Mobility—The 3 Key Pillars

Shared Mobility—Total Market Opportunity

Shared Mobility Universe—Key Partnerships for the Future

Shared Mobility—Key Innovators

Shared Mobility—Key Innovators (continued)

Shared Mobility—Key Innovators (continued)

Shifting OEM Strategies

Shared Mobility Ecosystem Map

2030 Vision of Shared Mobility—Technology of the Future

Vision 1—Artificial Intelligence

Vision 1—Artificial Intelligence (continued)

Vision 2—Autonomous Modular Transport

Vision 2—Autonomous Modular Transport (continued)

Vision 3—Shared Mobility and the Metaverse

Vision 3—Shared Mobility and the Metaverse (continued)

2030 Vision of Shared Mobility—Infrastructure of the Future

Vision 4—The 20-minute City

Vision 4—The 20-minute Neighbourhood

Vision 5—Autonomous Tunnels

Vision 5—Autonomous Tunnels (continued)

Vision 6—Urban Air Mobility

Vision 6—Urban Air Mobility (continued)

2030 Vision of Shared Mobility—Service of the Future

Vision 7—Digital Curbsides

Vision 7—Digital Curbsides (continued)

Vision 8—Personalization-as-a-service

Vision 8—Personalization-as-a-service (continued)

Vision 9—Lifestyle-as-a-service

Vision 10—Mega Mobility-as-a-service App

Growth Opportunity 1—Standardization of Data Protocol Between Cities and Shared Mobility Providers

Growth Opportunity 1—Standardization of Data Protocol Between Cities and Shared Mobility Providers (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Expanding the Shared Mobility Market for Non-technology Companies

Growth Opportunity 2—Expanding the Shared Mobility Market for Non-technology Companies (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Virtual Reality to Drive Ancillary Revenue Streams for Mobility Companies

Growth Opportunity 3—Virtual Reality to Drive Ancillary Revenue Streams for Mobility Companies (continued)

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Over the last decade, technology has changed the way people move from point A to point B. With the rise of platform apps, transportation services have become more connected, integrated, and shareable. Over the next decade, Frost & Sullivan believes that this technology-led transformation will create profound changes in terms of commute and travel; particularly, shared mobility will witness changes with regard to vehicles types, infrastructure, and value-added services. This Frost & Sullivan study offers an in-depth analysis of the key trends likely to shape the shared mobility industry until 2030; it also examines future business models. The study discusses how cities will be redesigned to reflect the increasing use of shared mobility and how virtual reality will open up new business opportunities for shared mobility companies. It also lists the companies that will play a major role in this ongoing shift and the stakeholder landscape of the mobility ecosystem of the future. The study concludes by discussing the major growth opportunities in the industry, and it offers recommendations to companies to leverage these opportunities. Author: Avishar Dutta
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