Passenger Car Emission Reduction Technologies in EU

Passenger Car Emission Reduction Technologies in EU

Smart City and Smart Mobility Solutions to Drive Growth from Stringent Legislations

RELEASE DATE
11-May-2016
REGION
Europe
Research Code: 9AB2-00-26-00-00
SKU: AU01303-EU-MR_18555

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Description

This market insight focuses on the various aspects that pressurise European original equipment manufacturers to comply with the stringent emission regulations. Upcoming Mega Trends, legislative norms, emission norms, urbanisation, smart city projects, and smart mobility solutions drive the need to adopt emission-free technologies.

Table of Contents

Emission Norms across the Globe

Emission Regulation Roadmap

Emissions Risk-level Mapping—Europe, 2015-16 Scenario

Emissions Risk-level Mapping—Europe, 2020 Outlook

Emission Control Strategies—Country-level Impact Analysis 2020

Emission Control Strategies- Country level Impact Analysis, 2020- 2/3

Emission Control Strategies—Country-level Impact Analysis 2020 (continued)

London Emission Scenario—The ULEZ Update

London Emission Scenario—The ULEZ Update (continued)

Europe—Incentives and Tax Incentives for EVs

Europe—Incentives and Tax Incentives for EVs (continued)

Europe—Incentives and Tax Incentives for EVs (continued)

Definition of Smart Cities

Key Parameters that will Define a Smart City in 2020

Global Smart Cities in 2025

Smart Cities in Europe

Main Trends in Urbanisation

Global Urban Population—Top 10 Regions

Key Urbanisation Facts

Mega Cities in 2025

Business Models for Developing Mega Cities

Revenue Model

Macro-to-Micro Implications of Urbanisation

Mega Cities—Europe

Mega Regions—Europe

Mega Corridors—Europe

The corridor will connect 125 Million people in Western Europe and have the greatest transportation volume in Europe in 2020.

Snapshot of Urban Opportunities

Urbanisation will Create Future Innovation in Mobility

Multi-modal Commuting

Impact of Urbanisation on Mobility—Mobility Integrators (MIs) Business Model

Car-sharing Opportunities to 2020

Car-sharing Opportunities to 2020 (continued)

Expansion of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) System

Supply Chain

City as a Customer—Mobility Integration

Case Study—Siemens Complete Mobility

Potential Mobility Integrators—Europe

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy