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Future of Intelligent Mobility and its Impact on
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Intelligent Mobility – An Emerging Concept that Revolutionizes Mobility
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Future of Intelligent Mobility and its Impact on Transportation

  1. 1. Future of Intelligent Mobility and its Impact on Transportation Transcending Automated Driving, Intelligent Mobility Aims to Combat Congestion by 25% and Pollution by 15% by 2035 Nick Ford, Senior Consultant Automotive & Transportation 10 June 2015 © 2015 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property of Frost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
  2. 2. 2 Today’s Presenter Functional Expertise 40 plus years experience in General Management & Business Development Strategy Development working for High-Tech and Automotive Industry Experience includes Business Development and fulfilment of high value Growth Consulting projects as Project Leader/Project Director. Specific expertise in: - Competitive benchmarking exercises and VoC analysis, - Development of market entry strategies, product portfolio evaluations and market size estimation, - Strategic guidance and direction Industry Expertise Senior Management within High Tech sectors of Defense & Aerospace and Automotive Leading new product introduction & technology joint venturing Lead new driver assisted technology introduction at LucasVarity /TRW Automotive Steering Systems market led product development strategy as Global Product Planning Director at TRW General Strategy Advisory and Consulting role with Frost & Sullivan, and many other clients Nick Ford, Senior Consultant Frost & Sullivan Follow me on:
  3. 3. 3 Now Available On Demand Listen On Demand https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/5560/157025 Or www.frost.com/ab
  4. 4. 4 Intelligent Mobility – An Emerging Concept that Revolutionizes Mobility Intelligent mobility aims to create vehicles that promote a eco-driving experience, insulated from crash fatalities and tuned to combat congestion Source: Frost & Sullivan Connected & Automated Mobility New Mobility Models Smart & Eco- driving Intelligent Mobility Market: Key Definitions, Global, 2015-2035 Automotive council UK proposes a unified approach to bridge this disconnect called Intelligent mobility. CAR SHARING Ride SHARING Safety TransportationEnvironment Current2015Future2025 Siloistic Approach Integrated Approach
  5. 5. 5 Source: Frost & Sullivan Business Case for Intelligent Mobility A two-pronged approach to achieve the three major goals of safer, cleaner and greener mobility drives the need to implement intelligent mobility schemes in major mega-cities of today and tomorrow Intelligent Mobility Market: Business case for intelligent mobility, Global, 2015-2035 Leaner Mobility Road congestion is currently rising steadily at an average of 6% annually • Achieves 60–90 km/h on highway and 30–40 km/h on arterials. Greener Mobility Global carbon dioxide emissions increased by 2.5% to 44 billion tons in 2014 • Achieve Fleet average CO2 emission of 65 g/km Safer Mobility Currently, on average, there are 52 road deaths per million inhabitants in the EU. • 80% reduction in road fatalities when compared to 2014. Apart from achieving the obvious benefit of safety, intelligent mobility goes the extra mile of providing green benefits and integrating with smart mobility options which helps achieve a new state-of-the-art for intelligent transportation
  6. 6. 6 Intelligent Mobility – Ecosystem Stakeholder Imperatives Significant benefits in attaining intelligent mobility results in bigger responsibility for key stake holders as the concept is not one defined by just legislations, profits or demand alone but also a greater common good. Intelligent Mobility Market: Role of key stakeholders, Global, 2015-2035 Government The role of the government in laying down relevant regulations is essential to the smooth integration of new mobility solutions to the current framework Industry The development of technology is likely to stretch the boundaries of the automotive industry with deployment shifting to new and existing enablers. End User Mobility providers could tap into the lucrative corporate users during the initial stage of deployment then moving to retail users to create sustainability. Business Mobility is likely to transform to a service dominant industry with power shifting to hands of service providers to develop a sustainable value chain. Cross cutting benefits – corresponding responsibilities Source: Frost & Sullivan
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  8. 8. Join us at http://ww2.frost.com/event/calendar/intelligent-mobility-2015/?eID=477 Future business models in connected and automated mobility 1-2 July 2015, London
  9. 9. 9 For Additional Information Katja Feick Corporate Communications Industry +49 69 77 0 33 43 katja.feick@frost.com Kamalesh Mohanarangam Senior Research Analyst Automotive & Transportation +91 44 6681 4488 Kamaleshm@frost.com Prana Natarajan Program Manager Automotive & Transportation +91 20 4077 8810 Pranan@frost.com Cyril Cromier VP Sales Automotive & Transportation +33 1 4281 2244 Cyril.cromier@frost.com

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