Mobility and Other Downstream Services Market, Forecast to 2030

Mobility and Other Downstream Services Market, Forecast to 2030

OEM and Service Provider Revenue from Downstream Services will Exceed $3 Trillion by 2030

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04-Sep-2018
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Research Code: MDBA-01-00-00-00
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Digital disruption is set to revolutionize the automotive industry. The value is shifting from individual consumption to collaborative consumption. OEMs are embracing this trend and are looking at alternative sources of revenue, such as shared mobility, connected car services, financial services, and logistics services.

The demand for shared mobility services, such as carsharing, ridehailing and dynamic shuttle, is increasing, with these services expanding globally. OEMs are launching their own mobility services, partnering with mobility start-ups that are providing these services and are also launching their own mobility sub-brands under which all mobility-related projects will be unified.

Frost & Sullivan observed increasing efforts from OEMS, Tier I suppliers and startups to enter the car data monetization space through various verticals, such as developing new apps, hardware/interfaces (smartphone pairing), and offering services related to the type of data collected. OEMs are partnering with technology companies to share data (only with customer consent) to recommended third-party service providers, such as insurance companies and smart parking service providers. Tier I companies are investing in start-ups that focus on data-driven platforms, AI, and ML to leverage IoT applications.

Automotive manufacturers will continue to focus on Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric (CASE) strategies. Autonomous technologies will have a big impact on shared mobility and logistics. Drone technology has already emerged as an active R&D area in the broader automotive industry. There is also interest in aftermarket commercial applications, where a drone interacts with the vehicle to sense the environment and carries replenishment parts to specified locations in the warehouse once a lack of inventory has been confirmed. In the shared mobility space, autonomous technology can render huge cost savings to the end consumer.

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The aim of this study is to analyze the global market potential for these downstream automotive services. The analysis is based on the various markets listed in the introductory section of the study.

The main objectives of the study are:

  • To obtain a clear and detailed view of all 24 markets.
  • To enable comparative analysis of the market size and potential across the different markets.
  • To estimate the market potential between 2017 and 2030.
  • To understand the various trends that are driving the various markets.
  • To understand the impact of autonomous technologies on the various markets.
  • To estimate the market potential for MaaS providers.
  • To enable comparative analysis of the market size and potential across the different regions specified in the scope section of the study.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Potential Automotive Downstream Services

Revenue from the 4 Main Automotive Downstream Clusters

Revenue from the Automotive Downstream Markets

Potential from the Mobility-as-a-Service Market

Market Potential from Penetration of Autonomous Technologies

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—Europe, 2017

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—Europe, 2030

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—NA, 2017

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—NA, 2030

Revenue Comparison of Top 13 Markets—LATAM, 2017

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—LATAM, 2030

Revenue Comparison of Top 10 Markets—Africa, 2017

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—Africa, 2030

Revenue Comparison of Top 13 Markets—ASEAN, 2017

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—ASEAN, 2030

Revenue Comparison of Top 14 Markets—China, 2017

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—China, 2030

Revenue Comparison of Top 14 Markets—ROW, 2017

Revenue Comparison of Top 15 Markets—ROW, 2030

Key Findings and Future Outlook

Key Findings and Future Outlook (continued)

Key Findings and Future Outlook (continued)

Key Findings and Future Outlook (continued)

Research Scope

Research Scope (continued)

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

Automotive Downstream Services Segmentation

Revenue from the 4 Main Automotive Downstream Clusters

Revenue from the Connected Mobility Cluster

Revenue from the Connected Data Cluster

Revenue from the Connected Vehicle Cluster

Revenue from the Connected Logistics Cluster

Traditional Carsharing

Global Traditional Carsharing Market Size

Global Traditional Carsharing Fleet Size

P2P Carsharing

Global P2P Carsharing Market Size

P2P Carsharing Fleet Size

Corporate Carsharing

Corporate Carsharing Market Size

Corporate Carsharing Fleet Size

Common Taxi Business Models

Global Common Taxi Market Size

Common Taxi Fleet Size in Million

Last-Mile Mobility

Global Last-Mile Mobility Market Size

Last-Mile Mobility Fleet Size

Dynamic Shuttle

Global Dynamic Shuttle Market Size

Dynamic Shuttle Fleet Size

Mobility-as-a-Service

Global MaaS Market Size

Car Leasing and Rental

Global Car Leasing Market Size—Private Leasing

Global Car Leasing Market Size—Corporate Leasing

Global Car Rental Market Size

Car Rental Fleet Size

Autonomous Shuttle

Global Autonomous Shuttle Market Size

Autonomous Taxi

Global Autonomous Taxi Market Size

3D Taxi

Global 3D Taxi Market Size

3D Taxi Vehicles in Operation

Car-related Services

Global Car-related Services Market Size

Car-related Monitoring Services

Global Car-related Monitoring Services Market Size

Infotainment and Assistance

Global Infotainment and Assistance Market Size

Passenger Health and Safety Services

Global Passenger Health and Safety Services Market Size

Fleet Owner Services

Global Fleet Owner Services Market Size—LCV

Small-to-midsize Logistics

Global 3D Small-to-midsize Logistics Market Size

Global Autonomous Small-to-midsize Logistics Market Size

Global Common Small-to-midsize Logistics Market Size

Smart City

Global Smart City ITS Market Size

Global Smart City Parking Market Size

Global Smart City Charging Infrastructure Market Size

Third-party Data Brokerage

Global Third-Party Data Brokerage Market Size

Lead Generation

Global Lead Generation Market Size

Growth Opportunity—Mobility and Other Potential Downstreams

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Key Abbreviations

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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Digital disruption is set to revolutionize the automotive industry. The value is shifting from individual consumption to collaborative consumption. OEMs are embracing this trend and are looking at alternative sources of revenue, such as shared mobility, connected car services, financial services, and logistics services. The demand for shared mobility services, such as carsharing, ridehailing and dynamic shuttle, is increasing, with these services expanding globally. OEMs are launching their own mobility services, partnering with mobility start-ups that are providing these services and are also launching their own mobility sub-brands under which all mobility-related projects will be unified. Frost & Sullivan observed increasing efforts from OEMS, Tier I suppliers and startups to enter the car data monetization space through various verticals, such as developing new apps, hardware/interfaces (smartphone pairing), and offering services related to the type of data collected. OEMs are partnering with technology companies to share data (only with customer consent) to recommended third-party service providers, such as insurance companies and smart parking service providers. Tier I companies are investing in start-ups that focus on data-driven platforms, AI, and ML to leverage IoT applications. Automotive manufacturers will continue to focus on Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric (CASE) strategies. Autonomous technologies will have a big impact on shared mobility and logistics. Drone technology has already emerged as an active R&D area in the broader automotive industry. There is also interest in aftermarket commercial applications, where a drone interacts with the vehicle to sense the environment and carries replenishment parts to specified locations in the warehouse once a lack of inventory has been confirmed. In the shared mobility space, autonomous technology can render huge cost savings to the end consumer.--BEGIN PROMO--

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