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The Future of Mobility - A Holistic View

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This is a presentation given by Aitor Somers, consultant at Duval Union Consulting and expert in mobility. This slide deck gives a more thorough insight on the symbiosis between the mobility of the future and other societal, demographical and economic changes on a holistic level.

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The Future of Mobility - A Holistic View

  1. 1. Future Of Mobility Futurathon - 22/03/2019
  2. 2. INSPIRATION, VISION, STRATEGY, PLANNING ORGANISATION, CAPABILITIES, CHANNELS, GROWTH CULTURE, PEOPLE, CHANGE
  3. 3. There is a perfect storm in the making with the way we move There is a perfect storm in the making with the way we work There is a perfect storm in the making with the way we live
  4. 4. How we move is changing What if these perfect storms came together and created one giant perfect storm in society? THE METASTORM How we work is changing How we live is changing
  5. 5. 1. Our mobility challenges Based on individual car ownership
  6. 6. SAFETY Nearly 1.25 million people die in road crashes each year, on average 3,287 deaths a day.
  7. 7. ENVIRONMENT For the first time in more than 40 years, the largest source of greenhouse gas pollution in the US is transport. (one-fifth of all US emissions)
  8. 8. LEISURE TIME The average person throughout their lifetime spends five years waiting in lines and queues where roughly six months of that is waiting at traffic lights.
  9. 9. INEFFICIENCY & OVERCONSUMPTION Personal vehicles sit unused for 95% of the day
  10. 10. HOUSEHOLD BUDGET Transport is the EU’s second largest household expenditure item after housing, weighing heavily on our spending power
  11. 11. 2. Five trends solving current challenges
  12. 12. TREND 1: WE WILL MOVE LESS CAUSED BY DECENTRALIZATION Impact on current problem: Safety Environment & health Leisure time Inefficiency & overconsumption Household budget
  13. 13. THE ON DEMAND ECONOMY The on-demand economy is changing customer expectation. We are used to getting everything, all the time from anywhere. Emerging tech players are disrupting various industries, which decreases our need to move.
  14. 14. 3D MANUFACTURING 3D manufacturing will transform the traditional supply chain and the way products & materials are transported. It will reduce the number of shipments required by allowing businesses to manufacture products locally on their own.
  15. 15. NEW WAYS OF WORKING New ways of working are being implemented to meet the demand for individual work/life balance and job satisfaction. We’re evolving from time and location-based work towards performance-based work.
  16. 16. THE CAR IS BEING DISRUPTED AS THE GLUE OF SOCIETY Live Shop Work Meet Have fun ECOMMERCE TELECOMMUTE CO-WORKING SOCIAL MEDIA DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT IoT
  17. 17. TREND 2 CITIES AND CITIZEN RESISTANCE Impact on current problem: Safety Environment & health Leisure time Inefficiency & overconsumption Household budget
  18. 18. GROWING URBAN POPULATION Every week, 3 million people are moving to cities. By 2050, ⅔ of the population will live in cities. Cities are where the future happens first.
  19. 19. CITIES ARE BANNING CARS Cities all over the world like Brussels, Oslo, Madrid, Paris, New York… are taking initiatives to ban the car.
  20. 20. YOUTH IS TIRED Youth all over the world are skipping classes to take the streets, calling for more government action to slow down climate change.
  21. 21. CITIES ARE BANNING CAR Cities all over the world like Brussels, Oslo, Madrid, Paris, New York… are taking initiatives to ban the car. YELLOW VESTS MOVEMENT The movement is motivated by rising fuel prices, high cost of living, and claims that a disproportionate burden of the government's tax reforms were falling on the working and middle classes, especially in rural and peri-urban areas.
  22. 22. TREND 3 OTHER GENERATIONS, OTHER NEEDS Impact on current problem: Safety Environment & health Leisure time Inefficiency & overconsumption Household budget
  23. 23. AGEING POPULATION Baby boomers are driving less when getting older. The combination of not commuting to work, adoption of on-demand models for like shopping (e-commerce), and the search of local social activities is decreasing the need to move.
  24. 24. NEW GENERATIONS New generations (Millenials and even more Gen Z) are true digital natives. The feeling of freedom is still important for them, but they prefer and easily adopt new services & business models for their mobility needs like e.g. ride-sharing over car ownership. Also, the car as a status symbol is not important for them as they care less about brands.
  25. 25. TREND 4 Technological trends are reshaping the automotive industry :connected, autonomous, shared & elektrified (C.A.S.E.) Impact on current problem: Safety Environment & health Leisure time Inefficiency & overconsumption Household budget
  26. 26. ELECTRIFICATION & ENVIRONMENT The electrification trend is important as it helps reduce C02 emissions and obtain a greener alternative for the combustion engine, but doesn’t crack the code for other mobility problems like safety, spending power, overconsumption...
  27. 27. SHARED & SERVICES The sharing economy brings us new mobility services like carsharing, ridesharing, bikesharing and on demand delivery and are enablers for the mobility-as-a-service (MAAS) concept. We are evolving from owning a car to access to mobility.
  28. 28. AUTONOMOUS DRIVING Carmakers, car hailing and car rental companies, cities, start-ups and tech giants all are betting that self-driving will be inevitable. Taking the human out of the equation is actually a much safer overall driving experience and frees time for work, relaxation and entertainment.
  29. 29. CONNECTED Just like a traditional car with a combustion engine can’t function without oil, autonomous driving & mobility-as-a-service can’t work in a frictionless manner without data and connected vehicles.
  30. 30. TREND 5 URBAN & TECH PLANNERS RETHINKING HOW WE LIVE Impact on current problem: Safety Environment & health Leisure time Inefficiency & overconsumption Household budget
  31. 31. 800 YEARS AGO... We lived circular with all social function close together FROM LINEAR BACK TO CIRCULAR LIVING With new urban development concepts of walkable cities & villages.
  32. 32. Urban villages as a sustainable way of future rural and urban development. ● Circular lay-out ● Moving around on foot or by bike ● Maximum 30 min walking distance diameter (2.5 km) ● Maximum 10.000 to 50.000 inhabitants per “village” ● Mixed purpose: combining different functions (live, school, work, shop, play) ● Mixed diversity: combining people of different age, social & ethnic background and income levels. CIRCULAR LIVING - THE URBAN VILLAGE Cen l S a : Sc o s, ce r r i s, t e r , co n ha , pu c n or on Ac e s S e: Ac e s us , of s, … Pla r , ca és, ... Maj Ac e s Lan Mix Pur Bu l g Ho s , of s, s o s, ma -s o s, ... 2,5 k
  33. 33. DE NIEUWE DOKKEN - A PROTOTYPE URBAN VILLAGE IN GHENT school work co-housing living parks commerce shared mobility sustainable
  34. 34. TRYING TO CREATE UTOPIA Its planners are dreaming big: the new Amaravati will have an eco-friendly transport system that includes water taxis, electric vehicles and even a possible Hyperloop, It will be cycle-friendly and walkable, with Amaravati's expected 3.5 million residents able to find most of life's daily necessities within a 15-minute walk.
  35. 35. 3. A SCENARIO For the future of mobility
  36. 36. Future of mobility Future of working Future of living
  37. 37. We might move less Future of mobility Future of working Future of living From local to global back to local. Reintegrating several functions like work, production, eduction, entertainment, living might decrease our need to move. Internet enhances us to keep in touch with the rest of the world and make this possible Urban village On demand ManufacturingLocal Connected
  38. 38. We will move less We might move smarter. Future of mobility Future of working Future of living We might move less We might move more efficiently and sustainably, decreasing the number of vehicles on the road and the number of kms driven. Connected Shared ElectrifiedAutonomous
  39. 39. We might move smarter. Future of mobility Future of working Future of living We might move less New models & the domino effect New players operate new (autonomous) fleets in an access-over-ownership model. This will cause a domino effect on various industries & companies. Domino effect Autonomous fleets Acces > ownership
  40. 40. We might move smarter. Future of mobility Future of working Future of living We might move less New models & the domino effect Make it work Governments, consumers and companies must realize the change. Shared by all vision Consumer mindshift Collaboration Legal & fiscal Framework Infrastructure
  41. 41. “ The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. “ Eleanor Roosevelt
  42. 42. Download the full vision slide deck (167 slides): Via this link Or connect with me to share thoughts: E-mail: Aitor.somers@duvalunion.com LinkedIn: @Aitorsomers
  43. 43. Future Of Mobility Futurathon - 22/03/2019

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