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Navigating New Mobility

Navigating New Mobility

The Emerging New-Mobility Market

This Wards Intelligence report examines the mobility strategies of automotive OEMs, technology companies and others in the race to define the next era of transportation.

*Early bird pricing ends on 11/30/2019.

ADDRESSED IN THIS REPORT:

  • How are OEMs preparing for a disruptive shift in their century-plus business model as personal mobility changes, and how do they compare with competitors?
  • Which technology companies are leading in mobility and why?
  • What’s driving the trends in mobility and which companies are best positioned to take advantage of these developments?
  • How are the various new modes of mobility – car and ride-sharing, micro-mobility, multi-modal transit and autonomous cars and shuttles – reshaping transportation and what it means for OEMs and other industries?
  • What’s the role of government in regulating new forms of mobility and how will this affect businesses in the space?

OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO:

Product planners and market analysts at automakers, suppliers, technology and data-driven companies, as well as anyone involved with urban, mass-transit or investment planning.

OVERVIEW:

For the last 100 years, automakers have had the same successful business model that involves manufacturing, selling, financing and servicing vehicles via a network of dealers. And this produced a massive multi-billion-dollar supplemental industry of OEM and aftermarket parts suppliers, independent repair shops, insurance, parking, travel, etc.

We’re now witnessing changes in how people and goods move, thanks to societal factors such as a population shift to urban areas, a diminishing emotional attachment to automobiles by a younger generation and the emergence of new technology. Now top global OEMs are partnering with tech companies to build platforms for the future of mobility and develop autonomous and connected vehicles and ancillary technologies such as software, mapping, artificial intelligence, data analytics and more. “Navigating New Mobility” looks at the emerging new-mobility market and the strategies of automotive OEMs, technology companies and others in the race to define the next era of transportation.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Learn about the latest mobility trends and which companies are taking advantage of them – and which ones are not.
  • Discover how OEMs are preparing for a future in which individual car ownership could decline and how technology companies are challenging incumbent automakers.
  • Learn why data is driving mobility strategy for many companies and how it will be used and monetized.
  • Hear from top executives from Ford, VW, Avis Budget Group and others who are making decisions on their company’s future in mobility.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. OVERVIEW

    • Perfect Storm of Influences
    • Aggressively Moving Into Mobility
    • Large Societal and Business Impact
  • GRADING THE OEMS
  • GRADING TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

II. TECHNOLOGY

  • DEFINITION OF MOBILITY
    • Shift from Sheet Metal to Mobility Services
  • ELEMENTS OF MOBILITY – CASE
    • Connected
    • Autonomous
    • Shared
    • Electric
  • MICROMOBILITY
  • MOBILITY AS A SERVICE
  • URBANIZATION
  • ROLE OF CITIES, GOVERNMENTS
  • DATA
    • The Ultimate ROI
    • Data Knowhow and Privacy Concerns

III. OEMS

  • BMW
  • DAIMLER
  • FCA
  • FORD
  • GENERAL MOTORS
  • HONDA
  • HYUNDAI/KIA
  • JAGUAR LAND ROVER
  • PSA GROUP
  • RENAULT-NISSAN-MITSUBISHI
  • TOYOTA
  • VOLKSWAGEN GROUP
  • VOLVO

IV. TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

  • APTIV
  • AVIS BUDGET GROUP
  • BAIDU
  • BESTMILE
  • DIDI CHUXING
  • EASYMILE
  • ENTERPRISE HOLDINGS
  • LYFT
  • MAY MOBILITY
  • NAVYA
  • RIDECELL
  • UBER
  • VOYAGE
  • VULOG
  • WAYMO

V. Q&A

  • AVIS BUDGET GROUP’S ARTHUR ORDUNA
  • COX AUTOMOTIVE’S JOE GEORGE
  • FORD’S SUNDEEP MADRA
  • RIDECELL’S MARK THOMAS
  • VOLKSWAGEN GROUP’S NIKOLAI REIMER

VI. APPENDIX

  • WARDS INTELLIGENCE 2019 MOBILITY SURVEY

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