Intelligent Mobility, Japan, 2020 - Theme III

Intelligent Mobility, Japan, 2020 - Theme III

Evolution of Shared Mobility

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24-Dec-2020
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Research Code: PB6E-01-00-00-00
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"Intelligent Mobility Japan, 2020" is a virtual summit organized by Frost & Sullivan on November 24 and 25, 2020.

This is a 2-day interactive conference, which hosted on a unique virtual platform to discuss and evaluate Growth Opportunities in new Mobility Business models covering Personal and Public Transport Systems. The conference presenters include OEMs, Technology Platform providers, IT Companies, Government representatives, and other industry stakeholders. In addition, interactive sessions throughout the day to review opportunities and challenges in the market.

Theme III: Evolution of Shared Mobility

“Shared Mobility” is one of the C.A.S.E. trends, and many different types of shared mobility such as car sharing, ride sharing, MaaS, had been developed and implemented globally in recent years. However, the trend has been losing its momentum due to the spread of Covid-19. In addition to movement restriction, people avoid using shared mobility such as public transport and ride hailing from the fear of the infection. On the other hand, some businesses such as last mile delivery, especially food delivery, are booming as people use e-commerce rather than go out for shopping and eating. Shared mobility services such as ride hailing have repurposed its services, and e-hailing drivers carry groceries and foods instead of people. E-scooter sharing offers e-scooters to restaurants for delivery. This session will discuss how shared mobility has been impacted by Covid-19, what are the new trends and business models, and how future of shared mobility will be in the future.

In this study (Theme III), key presenters include Masaki Honda (Senior Consulting Director from Frost & Sullivan) and Juan Carbonell (Head of Solutions APAC from Moovit).

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Intelligent Mobility Japan, 2020 is a virtual summit organized by Frost & Sullivan on November 24 and 25, 2020. This is a 2-day interactive conference, which hosted on a unique virtual platform to discuss and evaluate Growth Opportunities in new Mobility Business models covering Personal and Public Transport Systems. The conference presenters include OEMs, Technology Platform providers, IT Companies, Government representatives, and other industry stakeholders. In addition, interactive sessions throughout the day to review opportunities and challenges in the market. Theme III: Evolution of Shared Mobility “Shared Mobility” is one of the C.A.S.E. trends, and many different types of shared mobility such as car sharing, ride sharing, MaaS, had been developed and implemented globally in recent years. However, the trend has been losing its momentum due to the spread of Covid-19. In addition to movement restriction, people avoid using shared mobility such as public transport and ride hailing from the fear of the infection. On the other hand, some businesses such as last mile delivery, especially food delivery, are booming as people use e-commerce rather than go out for shopping and eating. Shared mobility services such as ride hailing have repurposed its services, and e-hailing drivers carry groceries and foods instead of people. E-scooter sharing offers e-scooters to restaurants for delivery. This session will discuss how shared mobility has been impacted by Covid-19, what are the new trends and business models, and how future of shared mobility will be in the future. In this study (Theme III), key presenters include Masaki Honda (Senior Consulting Director from Frost & Sullivan) and Juan Carbonell (Head of Solutions APAC from Moovit).
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Ming Lih Chan
Industries Automotive
WIP Number PB6E-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9673-A6,9800-A6,9807-A6,9813-A6,9B01-A6,9963-A6,9882-A6