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Strategic Insight into the Future of the Global Mobility Technology Market

  • Report

  • 50 Pages
  • October 2020
  • Region: Global
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • ID: 5178594

The Converging Multi-industry Ecosystem is Moving Toward Opportunities in CASE Mobility

The long-term evolution of mobility systems is expected to be heavily technology-oriented. The future of the mobility industry is underpinned by a vast mobility technology ecosystem consisting of an array of technology market participants, mobility service providers, original equipment manufacturers, and Tier I and II suppliers.

The study seeks to analyze the changing dynamics in the mobility technology landscape, with a focus on key mobility solutions, such as mobility-as-a-service, connected environments, and autonomous vehicle technologies. The research service provides information on the key participants, markets, stakeholders, growth drivers, technologies, technology providers, challenges, and future outlook in this space. It also defines the mobility technology ecosystem along with its key components and includes the key layers and converging landscape of future mobility technologies. The study suggests that the technology landscape is the backbone of the entire mobility ecosystem that provides the needed flexibility and scalability for future mobility services. It dives deep into the differentiated approach angles taken by various market participants toward achieving the goal of offering end-to-end mobility solutions and services in the future.

The future of mobility will no doubt be connected, electric, shared, and even autonomous. This is where we are beginning to see convergence across multiple market participants towards a technology-driven ecosystem. While the collective involvement of participants with varied capabilities is essential toward solving the mobility equation, we are beginning to witness companies leveraging their expertise and experience while focusing on an expansion toward new capabilities, which can effectively enable greater access and control across the entire value chain. The study highlights the shifts toward technologies enabling mobility driven by participants from industries such as ICT, automotive, and the buzzing shared mobility technology service start-ups and innovators.

These participants are refocusing on the development and deployment of various technologies, which will ultimately drive the shift toward connected, autonomous, shared and electric (CASE).

The emerging and new technology players are driving focus toward horizontal market expansion. While the high-tech participants are focused on the development of autonomous vehicle systems, these technologies are expected to merge with integrated mobility services such as MaaS and support intelligent central nervous systems for mobility operations or mobility operating systems (MOS). New business models and revenue streams are also expected to emerge with the advancement in these technologies. While it is unlikely that any single player will dominate this complex mobility value chain on their own, we are beginning to see evidence of companies accelerating toward enhancing capabilities in-house and through M&A to develop comprehensive portfolios and seek greater control of the value chain itself.

Future mobility innovations will focus on disruptive technology trends, which are also likely to shift consumer perceptions toward mobility services. While traditional automotive companies are shifting their focus to technology and CASE-driven strategies, these technologies are also likely to favor new tech entrants in the market focusing on platforms and solutions for shared and connected economy. The future mobility technology ecosystem will probably witness the rise of new niche players who will stand to dominate their respective areas of specialty.

Research Scope

The scope of the research includes:

  • Key definitions and segmentation of the market
  • Analysis of the mobility technology ecosystem and stakeholders
  • Short-, mid- and long-term growth opportunities in the future mobility technology landscape
  • Key trends and way forward
  • Case examples of select market participants
  • Growth opportunities with calls to action

Table of Contents

1. Strategic Imperatives

  • Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?
  • The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Mobility Technology Market
  • Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

2. Growth Opportunity Analysis, Mobility Technology Market

  • Mobility Technology Market-Scope of Research
  • Mobility Technologies-Definition and Segmentation
  • Key Competitors in the Mobility Technology Market
  • Growth Drivers in Mobility Technology Market
  • Growth Restraints in Mobility Technology Market
  • Key Layers Forming the Mobility Technologies Ecosystem
  • Mobility Technologies-Key Stakeholders
  • Mobility Technologies-Converging Ecosystem
  • Key Technology Companies Focusing on CASE
  • Mobility Technologies-Key Trends
  • Mobility Technologies-The Way Forward

3. Future of Mobility Technologies-CASE Examples

  • Intel Corporation’s Acquisition of Moovit to Fast-track MaaS Offering with Mobileye
  • Intel Corporation: Mobileye-Key Partnerships/Projects
  • Intel Corporation: AV + MaaS Business Strategy
  • Intel Corporation-CASE Focus
  • Beijing Xiaoju Technology Co, Ltd. (DiDi)-Encompassing Every Aspect of CASE
  • DiDi-Key Objectives and Milestones
  • DiDi-Smart Transportation Brain
  • Baidu-Apollo Enterprise Snapshot
  • Baidu-Apollo Enterprise Case Focus
  • Baidu-Modular Approach for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
  • Alphabet-Varied Service Portfolio driving CASE Convergence
  • Alphabet-Comprehensive Technologies Propelling Mobility
  • Sidewalk Labs (Alphabet)-Addressing the C and S in CASE
  • Waymo (Alphabet)-Addressing the A and E in CASE
  • Cisco Systems Predominantly Focusing on the C in CASE
  • Cisco Systems-Seamless Travel Concept for Cities
  • Cisco Systems-Connected Transportation for Smart Cities
  • Microsoft Corporation-Enabler for Mobility Technology
  • Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform (MCVP)
  • Microsoft’s Plans to Revolutionize Urban Mobility

4. Growth Opportunity Universe, Mobility Technology Market

5. Next Steps

  • Your Next Steps
  • List of Exhibits

Companies Mentioned (Partial List)

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes, but is not limited to:

  • Alphabet
  • Baidu
  • Beijing Xiaoju Technology Co, Ltd.
  • Cisco Systems
  • Intel Corporation
  • Microsoft Corporation