The Rise of Mobility as a Service

  • The rise of mobility as a service: Reshaping how urbanites get around” – In forward-looking cities like Helsinki, Paris, Eindhoven, Gothenburg, Montpellier, Vienna, Hanover, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, Singapore and Barcelona, mobility as a service (MaaS) is emerging as the next revolution in urban travel. MaaS relies on a digital platform that integrates end-to-end trip planning and payments.
  • “Making cities smarter: How citizens’ collective intelligence can guide better decision making” – Optimizing physical infrastructure is only part of the smart city story. City planners now have access to a host of new tools that can help them tap the collective wisdom of the citizenry to make better decisions. Data science, behavioral science and digital technologies can give voice to more constituents and help leaders to make their cities not only more efficient, but also better places to live.
  • “The race to autonomous driving: Winning American consumers’ trust” – Deloitte surveyed more than 22,000 consumers in 17 countries as part of its continuous assessment of consumer behavior via its Global Automotive Consumer Insight platform. Among the findings: U.S. consumer interest in advanced vehicle automation has increased, especially among younger generations; however willingness to pay for these technologies has decreased. The survey also found consumers’ preferences vary substantially when looked at through generational and geographic lenses. However, US consumers’ stated willingness to pay for these technologies has decreased over the last two years, putting pressure on original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) looking for ways to build enough value in these features to gain a decent return on their costly R&D efforts. In addition, fewer than half of US consumers surveyed say they trust traditional OEMs to bring fully autonomous vehicles to market, opening the door for new entrants to gain a critical foothold at the nascent stage of the industry.

 

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