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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09 Sep 2016  |  Europe
Technology Advancements, Capital Funding, and Government Support to Influence Market Growth Over the Next Decade
European ridesharing industry membership is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 14.9% from 2015 to 2025 as business models evolve with new companies and other mobility service providers entering the ridesharing space. Revenue also is expected to surge as more organizations offer services to reduce traffic congestion. This strat...
30 Aug 2016  |  North America
Technology Advancements, Capital Funding, and Government Initiatives to Influence Market Growth Over the Next Decade
North America ridesharing industry membership is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 18.6% from 2015 to 2025 as business models evolve with new companies and other mobility service providers entering the ridesharing space. Revenue also is expected to surge as more corporations and other organizations offer services to reduce tr...
02 Aug 2016  |  North America
Technology Advancements, Market Consolidation and Government Initiatives to Influence Market Growth Over the Next Decade
This study analyses the nature, historical development, industry challenges, drivers, constraints, stakeholders, and business models of carsharing and provides its growth forecasts for the 2015–2025 period. It conducts scenario analysis of the growth of carsharing membership and shared vehicles. This also includes competitor benchmarking and prof...
01 Mar 2016  |  North America
Sales to Skyrocket Amid Niche Technologies Moving Mass Market and Changes Across Automotive Value and Supply Chains
This research service discusses the 2016 outlook for the global automotive industry in detail. It illustrates the growth or slowdown of regional markets in 2015 and analyzes the expected market performance in 2016. It delves into original equipment manufacturer (OEM) strategies to excel in the target markets and segments, and introduces technology ...
16 Oct 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Government Investments and Rapid Urbanization to Drive Growth of Mobility Services in the Emerging APAC Market
The research service provides a strategic overview of the mobility solutions currently available in India, Malaysia, and Indonesia. It focusses on the current trends and developments in each region and offers a comparative analysis based on factors such as urbanization and demography. The study covers mobility services such as carsharing, rideshari...
30 Sep 2015  |  North America
Uber Revenue to Exceed $40 Billion by 2025
The study provides a strategic overview of Uber Technologies to identify and understand the factors that contribute to the organization's success. It recognizes opportunities for key stakeholders in Uber's value chain to identify potential markets that are likely to emerge across various business segments as a result of Uber's evolution. In additio...
30 Sep 2015  |  Global
Virtual Keys and Automated Driving Solutions Will Be the Driving Trends in the Vehicle-sharing Technologies Market
Vehicle-sharing technology over the years has evolved from simple manual systems to increasingly complex computer-based systems. From factory-installed to aftermarket, there is a wide range of technology service providers offering solutions to carsharing operators. CSO’s in North America are more advanced when it comes to adoption of vehicle-shar...
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18 Sep 2015  |  Europe
Presentations from Frost & Sullivan's Interactive Two-day Workshop and Networking Event, 2015
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...
15 Jun 2015  |  North America
Changing Consumer Habits, Cost Saving Potential, and Enabling Technology Aid Growth
This research service offers a strategic insight into the peer-to-peer (P2P) carsharing market, with snapshots of the emerging business models associated with traditional and P2P carsharing. The study examines the growth of carsharing from 2013, and provides growth forecasts for membership, number of vehicles, and revenue in North America and Europ...
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26 May 2015  |  North America
Beyond Automated Driving—Congestion Cut by 25% and Pollution 15% by 2035
While cooperative-driving (V2X-based) is a dependency-based model and automated driving (sensor-based) is a self-sufficient model, these roads converge and complement, thereby leading to intelligent mobility. Moreover, intelligent mobility integrates automated, connected driving with new mobility business models, helping to reduce fatalities, traff...
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