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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06 Aug 2018  |  Europe
Market Opportunity for Technology Providers to Expand Beyond $700 Million by 2022
Over the years, Carsharing technology has evolved from simple manual systems to increasingly complex computer-based systems. There are now a wide range of technology service providers offering solutions, from factory installed to aftermarket, to Carsharing operators. Currently, more than 15 technology providers cater specifically to the Carsharing ...
26 Jul 2018  |  Europe
Competitive Benchmarking of Corporate Mobility Solutions of Key OEMs and Leasing Companies in Europe, 2017
Corporate Mobility Market is Expanding from Traditional Models to Include Shared Mobility, Connected Cars, and Integrated Mobility
We are witnessing a shift in products and services being provided to business travelers and the way in which companies set up their administration of these activities. New mobility business models, such as carsharing, ridesharing, and ridehailing/taxi services for personal use, are also developing into dedicated corporate mobility services and bein...
08 Jun 2018  |  Europe
50+ Cities Globally to Implement DRT Solutions by 2020
Traditional public transit modes have remained unchanged over decades and inherent flaws have remained unaddressed. The fixed-route and fixed-schedule model works efficiently on high-density routes but routes with lower demand and density along with demand at odd hours are not as efficiently catered to by traditional public transit. While alternate...
07 May 2018  |  North America
Globally more than 50 Buyouts Over the Last Two Years and Over $35 Billion Invested in 2017 in Shared Mobility
The global shared mobility market has been expanding at a tremendous pace. With growing demand for shared mobility business models over the last few years, the overall market has paved way for numerous innovative startups in this space. Shared mobility has not only provided solutions to tackle growing congestion and pollution in cities, but has als...
23 Apr 2018  |  North America
Shared Mobility Poised to Change How People Travel as Operator Consolidation and Expansion, Government Support, and Multi-modal Solutions Emerge as Top Trends
This research service analyzes the global mobility market and offers a 2018 outlook. The study delves into the evolving business models in the shared mobility space, market consolidations and partnerships, regulatory reforms, and advanced technology trends. Readers who will benefit from this analysis include automotive value chain participants such...
11 Apr 2018  |  Global
Presentations from Frost & Sullivan’s Interactive Two-day Workshop and Networking Event
This research study focuses on providing all the presentations from Frost & Sullivan's two-day workshop event held in July 2015 in London, called Intelligent Mobility 3.0, Future of Mobility & New Mobility Business Models. These include presentations from Frost & Sullivan Europe team and a host of other companies, such as Daimler, Zipcar Europe, Al...
22 Mar 2018  |  North America
Vehicle Sales to Inch Closer to 100 Million Units as Data Monetization Takes Centerstage
The automotive landscape is rapidly changing every year. The convergence of various technologies and industries with the automotive space is creating numerous opportunities in the market. Digitization and connectivity are generating large volumes of usage data, which will enable new revenue streams such as data monetization in the automotive indust...
13 Dec 2017  |  North America
Mega Trends, Disruptive Technologies, and Partnerships to be the Driving Factors
This research service analyses the mobility market value chain in detail and discusses the expected trends. The study delves into evolving business models, market consolidations and partnerships, and advanced technology trends shaping the market. It provides the market trends and outlines potential growth avenues for the near future.--BEGIN PROMO--...
04 Sep 2017  |  North America
Multi-Modal Mobility Solutions and Reduced Private Ownership of Cars are New Trends
This research service analyzes the global mobility market and discusses the 2017 outlook. The study delves into the evolving business models, market consolidations and partnerships, regulatory reforms being undertaken, and advanced technology trends. It analyzes market trends and captures growth potential and avenues. This study will benefit automo...
05 Jul 2017  |  Europe
Cost Reduction, Sustainability, and Employee Incentives are Key to Increasing the Adoption of Corporate Mobility
Corporate mobility is a relatively new term that defines a wide range of mobility services adopted specifically to cater to the mobility requirements of companies. Transport solutions for companies have traditionally comprised private cars for employees along with a few spare company vehicles and have essentially been about the total cost of own...