Frost & Sullivan’s New Mobility team tracks the global mobility innovation market with industry specific insights on the shift toward car as a service and the implication of new technologies on the transportation landscape of the future. We are witnessing a shift from private transport as the only means of mobility, to a more door to door and integrated approach to mobility; Mega trends like urbanization, pollution, Congestion, Connectivity, Globalization is powering the shift from private vehicles to new business models like carsharing, carpooling, ride hailing, Integrated Mobility, dynamics shuttles etc. Technology enabled, any device can deliver real-time, door-to-door, multi-modal travel encompassing pre-trip, in trip and post-trip services bringing Convenience, Time & Cost Savings to the Mobility User.
The Frost & Sullivan New Mobility Program Area looks at the Disruptive and sustaining trends such as:
- Dedicated focus on elements like Mega Trends Impacting Mobility, Mobility Integration, New Mobility business models like car sharing, Corporate Mobility and New mobility products and services and Smart Cities
- Global New Mobility strategies: Macro to Micro analysis on impact of each mega trend to specific mobility business models like carsharing, ridesharing, ridehailing, DRT etc. , focus on future emerging technologies such as electrification, automation and connectivity at play leading to transformative growth in transportation industry by 2025
- Business Focus: Market/Product Entry Strategies, Market Expansion Strategies, Competitive Benchmarking, Market Potential Assessment, Business Planning/ Modeling, Channel Management, Mergers & Acquisitions
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