Global Mobility Industry Outlook 2018: Shared Mobility Poised to Change How People Travel as Operator Consolidation and Expansion, Government Support, and Multi-modal Solutions Emerge as Top Trends -

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This research service analyzes the global mobility market and offers a 2018 outlook. The study delves into the evolving business models in the shared mobility space, market consolidations and partnerships, regulatory reforms, and advanced technology trends. Readers who will benefit from this analysis include automotive value chain participants such as mobility service providers, OEMs, car rental and leasing companies, financial service providers, technology solution providers, and a host of other industry participants looking to understand current mobility market trends and their implications. Market analysis covers 2015 through 2018.

The study looks at 7 collaborative business models-carsharing, peer-to-peer (P2P) carsharing, corporate carsharing, eHailing, ridesharing, dynamic shuttle/demand responsive transit (DRT), and integrated mobility. One of the primary reasons for the growing popularity of these business models is that they help combat pressing issues such as congestion and pollution, which many cities across the globe are battling.

The key metrics discussed cover mobility participants and the vehicles involved with each applicable business model. The mobility market will see a lot of activity in terms of investments/mergers and acquisitions among the various stakeholders. Automakers will be among the most important stakeholders as they are exploring alternative streams of revenue from the mobility market. There is significant room for innovation in the shared mobility space, for both mobility operators and technology software providers who can keep updating their offerings to provide a more holistic customer experience.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What is the market size of the various shared mobility business models: traditional carsharing, P2P carsharing, eHailing, dynamic shuttles, ridesharing, corporate carsharing, and integrated mobility?
  • What are the key trends in the various shared mobility markets?
  • How will vehicle design change in the future to cater to the shared mobility market?
  • As governments, municipalities, and corporates are looking to reduce costs, parking demand, and carbon footprint, what steps will mobility service providers take to meet these demands?
  • What are the upcoming technology solutions influencing mobility market trends? How will existing service providers adapt to the shift in technology trends?
  • What will be the impact of autonomous technology on the shared mobility market?
  • Which OEMs are partnered with key global mobility service providers? Will the entry of more OEMs affect the growth of existing market participants?

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, And Methodology

3. Carsharing

4. Ridesharing

5. Ehailing

6. Dynamic Shuttle/Drt

7. Integrated Mobility

8. Growth Opportunities And Companies To Action

9. Conclusions And Future Outlook

10. Appendix

Companies Mentioned

  • Bestmile
  • BlaBlaCar
  • Car2go
  • Chariot
  • Conduent
  • Didi
  • DriveNow
  • Faxi
  • Gett
  • Grab
  • Lyft
  • Moovel
  • Moovit
  • Skeddadle
  • Takescoop
  • Twogo
  • Uber
  • Whim
  • Zipcar

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Laura Wood, Senior Manager
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Related Topics: Automotive