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Talk on the Future of mobility drawing on some of the insights from the Future Agenda programme

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  • 1. The  Future  of  Mobility   22 September 2010   Tim  Jones  -­‐  Programme  Director   :m.jones@futureagenda.org  
  • 2. World’s  First  Global  Open  Foresight  programme   Looking  out  10  years  at  the  big  issues  for  2020   50  workshops  in  25  countries  with  2,000  people   Engaged  with  >20,000  people  in  147  countries   52  major  probable  insights  on  the  next  decade   The  Future  Agenda  Programme  
  • 3. Four  Certain:es  for  2020  
  • 4. Imbalanced  Popula;on  Growth   Certain;es   By  2020  we  will  add  another  700m  people  to  the  planet,     most  in  places  least    able  to  accommodate  them  
  • 5. Key  Resource  Constraints   Certain;es   We  will  see  economic,  physical  and  poli;cal    shortages  of  key  materials  that  will  bring     about  fundamental  changes  in  how  we  live  
  • 6. Ubiquitous  Data  Access   Certain;es   We  will  be  connected  everywhere  -­‐  everything  that  can     benefit  from  a  network  connec;on  will  have  one  
  • 7. Asian  Wealth  ShiL   Certain;es   The  centre  of  gravity  of  global  wealth     shiLs  East  with  decreased  influence  for  the  US  and  Europe  
  • 8. Six  Clusters  of  Future  Insights  
  • 9. Health  
  • 10. Diabesity   Health   With  diabetes  consuming  5%  of  GDP  a  combina;on  of     fat  taxa;on,  pa;ent  data  mining  and  personal  budgets     will  play  a  role  in  stabilising  the  obesity  epidemic  
  • 11. Global  Pandemics   Health   We  are  likely  to  see  2  to  3  major  pandemics  start  in     regions  with  limited  public  healthcare  and  rapidly     spread  globally  and  so  demand  fast  response  
  • 12. Hal;ng  Alzheimer's     Health   Stopping  mental  degrada;on  from  Alzheimer’s  makes     quality  ageing  more  possible  by  improving     cogni;on  and  slowing  the  rate  of  decline  
  • 13. Wealth  
  • 14. Richer  Poorer   Wealth   Widening  differences  in  wealth  between  and  within     urban  and  rural  communi;es  extends  the  gap  between     rich  and  poor  -­‐  but  they  s;ll  need  each  other  
  • 15. Mobile  Money   Wealth   Proven  systems  built  on  mobile  connec;vity  and     increasingly  flexible  means  of  exchange  provide  a   ;pping  point  in  the  shiL  towards  the  cashless  society  
  • 16. Third  Global  Currency   Wealth   The  economic  rise  of  Asia  and  the  need  for  an  alterna;ve     to  the  US  dollar  as  the  world’s  reserve  currency  produces     a  parallel  broad-­‐basket  Asian  Currency  Unit  
  • 17. Happiness  
  • 18. Ac;ve  Elderly   Happiness   A  wealthier,  healthier  older  genera;on  increasingly     lead  more  ac;ve  lives  including  3rd  genera;on  careers     and  becoming  more  poli;cally  involved  
  • 19. Choosing  God   Happiness   The  increasing  fragmenta;on  of  society  and  looser     connec;on  between  religion  and  the  state  sees     more  of  us  turning  to  God  to  help  define  who  we  are  
  • 20. Switching  Off   Happiness   Being  disconnected  in  an  always  connected  world  leads     to  virtual  cocoons  at  home  and  real  physical     solitude  becomes  an  op;on  only  for  the  rich  
  • 21. Security  
  • 22. Credible  Sources   Security   Greater  informa;on  overload  moves  our  focus     from  simply  accessing  data  to  include  the  source     of  the  insight  to  dis;nguish  what  we  trust  
  • 23. Solar  Sunrise   Security   Increasing  governmental  focus  on  energy  security     and  climate  change  drives  the  uptake  of  large-­‐scale     solar  as  the  leading  renewable  supply  
  • 24. Water  Management     Security   Advanced  water  purifica;on,  irriga;on  and  desalina;on   technologies  are  used  to  help  communi;es  to   manage  the  rising  supply  /  demand  imbalance  
  • 25. Locality  
  • 26. Mega  City  States   Locality   Increasing  compe;;on  between  ci;es  over-­‐rides  na;onal   priori;es  as  mayors  lead  bold  ini;a;ves  to  place  their     ci;es  at  the  forefront  of  the  global  stage  
  • 27. Local  Foods   Locality   Increased  transparency  on  food  availability  and  security,     land  use  and  eco-­‐literacy  accelerate  mass  consump;on     of  locally  grown  and  processed  foods  
  • 28. Migra;on  Magnets   Locality   Immigra;on  is  part  of  economic  development  strategies     and,  especially  in  low  fer;lity  economies,     na;ons  posi;on  themselves  to  a_ract  migrants  
  • 29. Mobility  
  • 30. Asian  Avia;on   Mobility   Led  by  more  tourists  and  steady  growth  in  cargo     transporta;on,  Asian  avia;on  places  more  orders     and  becomes  the  largest  air  market  in  the  world  
  • 31. Drone  Wars   Security   Intelligent  UAVs  choose  their  vic;ms  themselves     as  the  race  for  more  focused  military  influence  leads     to  the  prolifera;on  of  assassina;on  tools  
  • 32. Chinese  Trains   Mobility   China,  the  pacese_er  for  change  in  inter-­‐urban   transport,  is  inves;ng  over  $1  trillion  expanding  its     rail  network  to  120,000km  by  2020  
  • 33. People  Tracking   Mobility   The  acceptance  of  being  tracked  by  your  mobile  is  accelerated     by  ;cket-­‐less  transport  systems,  increased  surveillance     and  successful  loca;on-­‐based  services  
  • 34. Dense  Ci;es   Locality   As  urban  migra;on  increases,  efficient,  densely     populated  ci;es  not  distributed  op;ons  are  the     blueprints  for  more  sustainable  places  to  live    
  • 35. Less  Energy   Wealth   Consumers  are  incen;vised  to  use  significantly     less  energy  as  escala;ng  growth  in  carbon  emissions     force  u;li;es  to  change  their  business  models  
  • 36. Clean  Shipping   Mobility   Under  increasing  pressure  to  improve  efficiency     freight  shipping  adopts  a  range  of  alterna;ve     policies  and  power  systems    
  • 37. Electric  Mobility   Mobility   With  France  and  Germany  taking  the  ini;al  lead  roles,     electric  cars  take  off  and  form  up  to  10%  of  the     world’s  vehicle  fleet  by  2020  
  • 38. Electric  Mobility   Mobility   Renault  in  par;cular  is  making  bold  moves    for  the  future  in  France,  Denmark  and    Israel  in  partnership  with  Be_er  Place  
  • 39. Intelligent  Highways   Mobility   Mesh  networks  and  ubiquitous  mobile  connec;ons     deliver  automated  highways  to  improve  safety,     increase  capacity  and  reduce  conges;on  
  • 40. Automated  Vehicles   Mobility   With  truck  platoons  and  urban  delivery  vehicles  at  the  fore,     we  will  see  a  steady  shiL  to  driverless  transporta;on  in    those  areas  where  improved  efficiency  and  safety  are  key  
  • 41. Automated  Vehicles   Mobility   Personal  pods  are  gedng  a  lot  of  a_en;on  with  trials   scheduled  for  a  number  of  ci;es  across     Europe,  Asia  and  also  at  Heathrow  Airport  
  • 42. Urban  (Im)mobility   Mobility   Informed  choices,  growth,  conges;on  and  regula;on     impact  the  world’s  ci;es  to  drive  a  shiL  to     more  sustainable  efficient  transport  op;ons  
  • 43. Bridging  The  Last  Mile   Locality   The  need  to  make  public  transport  as  flexible  as  private   focuses  a_en;on  on  the  last  mile  between  mul;-­‐modal     hubs  and  the  home  /  work  des;na;on  
  • 44. Lease  Everything   Wealth   Rising  sustainability  impera;ves  and  increasing     cost  of  ownership  shiL  the  balance  from     ownership  to  access  and  we  prefer  to  rent  than  buy    
  • 45. Dynamic  Pricing   Wealth   Pervasive  smart  meters  and  ubiquitous  tracking  services     create  plagorms  for  the  dynamic  pricing  of     resources,  access  and  travel  to  manage  demand  
  • 46. More  people  =  more  freight  +  more  travel   Less  energy  +  more  conges:on  =  more  regula:on   >  Big  steps  forward  in  some  loca:ons  (but  not  all)   >  New  business  models  on  access  and  pricing   =  Some  great  opportuni;es  for  innova;on   Key  Mobility  Thoughts  
  • 47. The  Future  of  Mobility   22 September 2010   Tim  Jones  -­‐  Programme  Director   :m.jones@futureagenda.org