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Future of Smart Mobility - Key City Profiles, 2017

  • Report

  • 80 Pages
  • February 2018
  • Region: Global
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • ID: 4471534

Intelligent Mobility (IM) Enables Users to be Better Informed and Make Safer and Smarter Use of Available Transport Networks

The rise of new mega cities, population explosion, growing urbanization, lack of physical space, and environmental pollution are posing a challenge to cities all over the world. People travel more frequently and cover greater distances than before, leading to factors such as safety, reliability, and swiftness now becoming essential considerations in the purchase of any mobility solution.

Intelligent Mobility (IM) enables users to be better informed and make safer and smarter use of available transport networks, while decreasing congestion and reducing the environmental impact of travelling. Many cities around the world have already made investments in various technologies to address their mobility challenges.

Smart cities are cities built on smart solutions and technology that will lead to the adoption of intelligent and seamless transportation. This study examines the prevailing trends in the IM market at a global level. It focuses on various developments in this segment, including their current and future outlook. It also presents a general overview of car sharing, smart parking, autonomous vehicles (AVs), connected logistics, vehicle-to-everything (V2X), usage-based insurance (UBI), and connectivity.

As billions of connected devices join the Internet of Things (IoT) in the next few years, various communication technologies will enable the transformation, and as well the easy accessibility, of complex hybrid intelligence in a transportation solution. IM integrates automated, connected driving with new mobility business models, helping to reduce fatalities, traffic congestion, and per capita carbon footprint.

This study outlines the need for IM, an ideology that drives people from origin to destination, by leveraging state-of-the-art automotive technologies. It also examines prevailing trends in the global IM market and focuses on various developments in its segments.

Research Scope

The scope of the research includes:

  • Overview of the seven intelligent mobility segments (car sharing, smart parking, AVs, connected logistics, V2X, UBI, and connectivity)
  • Case studies and profiles of cities where unique intelligent transportation strategies are being adopted.
  • Key factors that disrupt the intelligent mobility market
  • Strategic imperatives for growth and success of a smart mobility market
  • Opportunities of growth and call to action
  • IM–Trends and Implications
  • Global and regional analysis of initiatives taken around the world to integrate IM and the future outlook.

Key Issues Addressed

  • How IM is a becoming a key area of focus for leading smart cities?
  • What are the global mobility challenges and how countries are addressing them?
  • What are the emerging disruptive technologies in the area of transportation?
  • Who are the stakeholders and what is their role in enabling IM?
  • Which are the cities that have adopted unique mobility services?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
  • Smart City-Meaning and Mobility Goals
  • IM-A Concept that Revolutionizes a Smart City
  • Emergence of Four Future States of Mobility
  • Regional Analysis-North America
  • Regional Analysis-Europe
  • Regional Analysis-APAC
  • Key Findings and Future Outlook

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
  • Intelligent Mobility Market Segmentation
  • Definitions

4. Introduction
  • Global Urbanization Trends
  • Shift in Mobility Preference
  • Emergence of Four Future States of Mobility
  • The Course of Change
  • Mobility At A Tipping Point
  • New Mobility Solutions Implemented Globally
  • What do we Mean by Smart City?
  • Addressing Mobility Challenges by Smart City
  • Smart Technologies for an Emerging Smart City
  • The City Challenged: Disruptive Technologies
  • IM: A Concept that Revolutionizes a Smart City
  • Countries that are Investing in Smart Mobility
  • IM Service Providers-Global Snapshot

5. Intelligent Mobility Trends and Implications
  • Role of ICT in Smart City Infrastructure for Improved Mobility Services
  • Broadband and Wireless Communications-Key to Smart Cities
  • IoT and the Future of Smart Cities
  • Operational Technologies Embedded within a Smart City
  • The Layered Approach

6. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
  • Growth Opportunity
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

7. Segment Analysis-City wise Case Studies
  • Case Study 1: San Francisco, California-Shared Transportation
  • Understanding the San Francisco Smart City Strategy
  • The Phased Approach
  • Smart City Elements Required for Successful Implementation of Shared Electric Connected Automated Vehicle (SECAV)
  • Three-tiered Approach to Create a Model Platform
  • San Francisco Pilot Programs
  • Case Study 2: Barcelona, Catalonia, Smart City-Multi Mobility Model
  • T-Mobilitat-What is it?
  • Significance of T-Mobilitat
  • Implementation Phases (2013–2018)
  • Case Study 3: Dubai Smart City
  • Dubai-Public Vs Private Transportation
  • Dubai Smart City-Vision, Strategy, and Drivers
  • Dubai’s Smart Mobility Initiatives
  • Dubai Smart City Roadmap
  • Case Study 4: Singapore Smart Nation Program-Smart Mobility 2030
  • Smart City Strategy, Vision, and Strategy
  • Realizing Smart Mobility 2030
  • Singapore IM Initiatives

8. Conclusions and Future Outlook
  • The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • Legal Disclaimer

9. Appendix
  • List of Exhibits
  • Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
  • Market Engineering Methodology