Strategic Insight on Mobility Solution Business Models

  • ID: 3643057
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 53 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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As Commuter Focus Shifts from Value-for-Money to Value-for-Time Services, OEMs Look for Alternative Mobility Solutions
With autonomous vehicles soon to be a reality, it is necessary for OEMs, mobility providers, and anyone associated within the mobility value chain to look at different business models in order to be relevant to future times and be a profitable business. The study looks at the impact of autonomous vehicles on different segments within the automotive industry, such as the taxi eHailing business, public transport, and shared mobility.

The study delves into the future and analyzes the impact of key stakeholders within the realms of future mobility solutions. The study then goes on to identify possible new business models for the said segments within the ever-changing automotive industry.

Key Findings

- Seamless multimodal transportation to be the new norm: Future mobility business models are set to move away from traditional single mode to a multimodal transportation solution and this would be able to meet all the mobility needs of the consumers, including first- and last-mile connectivity at a much lower price.

- Spatial distribution management of demand: Managing spatial distribution of vehicles in the ecosystem during demand fluctuation is going to be a challenge. The aggregator who keeps the supply and demand of vehicles in optimal balance across the ecosystem is likely to become the most profitable player.

- Fall in fares to bring in cut-throat competition: The automated taxi segment is likely to dominate the shared mobility space due to fall in taxi fares, decline in vehicle ownership, and increasing mobility demand. Huge revenue potential and low entry barriers in the taxi segment are expected to bring in new market entrants, thereby oversaturating the already saturated taxi segment.

- Proprietary solutions no longer: In an ecosystem where consumers can demand seamless integration and a preference to a specific set of hardware and software, pure-play proprietary solutions will no longer play a part in the mobility space of future. OEMs and aggregators will have to customize their offerings to customer’s demands.

- Intelligent demand-driven pricing: Future consumers stand to benefit from negative pricing, as it will help taxi aggregators to move vehicles from a low-demand location to a high-demand location.
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1. Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
  • Opportunities from Fully Autonomous Mobility
  • Business Implication of Future Mobility Models for Key Stakeholders
  • Future Readiness of Fully Autonomous Driving Disruptors by Segment
  • Key Findings and Future Outlook
  • Executive Summary - Associated Multimedia
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
  • Research Scope
  • Research Aims and Objectives
  • Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • Research Background
  • Research Methodology
3. Definitions and Segmentation
  • Product or System Definitions
4. Business Models for Mobility Solutions
  • Business Models for Taxi Services
  • Case Study - Uber Business Model
  • Cost Analysis of Mobility-on-Demand vs. Personal Mobility
  • Case Study - New York Yellow Taxi
  • Public Transport
5. Market Overview and Key Stakeholder Analysis of Future Mobility Solutions
  • Key Challenges and Disruptions From Autonomous Mobility Solutions
  • Key Stakeholders in Autonomous Mobility Solutions
  • Opportunities in Autonomous Mobility
  • Evolution Roadmap of Autonomous Mobility Ecosystem
6. Autonomous Driving and its Impact on Future Shared Mobility Services
  • Parametric Impact Analysis of Automated Driving on Shared Mobility
  • Asset-oriented Shared Mobility Integrator Business Case
  • Asset-light Shared Mobility Integrator Business Case
  • OEM-owned, OEM-operated Shared Mobility Business Case
7. Autonomous Vehicles e-Hailing Taxi Business Model
  • Business Case in the e-Hailing Taxi Segment
  • Stakeholder Analysis and Value Proposition
  • Summary of Impact on e-Hailing Taxi Business Model
8. Autonomous Public Transport Business Model
  • Business Case in the Public Transportation Segment
  • Group Rapid Transit to Replace Public Transport Buses
  • Stakeholder Analysis and Value Proposition
  • Case Study-Public Transport in London
  • Summary of Impact on Public Transportation Business Model
9. Potential Opportunities Across Various Business Segments
  • Opportunities in Vehicle Design
  • Opportunities for Connectivity Providers
10. Conclusions and Future Outlook
  • The Last Word - 3 Big Predictions
  • Legal Disclaimer
11. Appendix
  • Relevant Research
  • Market Engineering Methodology
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