FUTURE OF MOBILITY: SMART, CONNECTED, AUTONOMOUS, SHARED AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION TRENDS
Technology advances, demographic changes, and mobility imperatives are disrupting the traditional automotive industry. Backed by bold, new business models, industry players are accelerating a vision of integrated, intelligent, and multimodal mobility. Smart and sustainable mobility technologies are targeting a vision of zero emissions, zero accidents and zero congestion.
Join us at the Intelligent Mobility Summit which will bring together industry leaders, policymakers and visionaries, to get nuanced insights into how and why the mobility industry is transforming, what new business models are emerging, and where the real revenues lie. Network with your peers, learn about the future of mobility, and be inspired to lead from the front in this rapidly evolving space.
Theme 1 Smart City & Future of Mobility
Changing mobility habits among consumers are fuelling an aggressive exploration of new business
models that could potentially be an additional source of revenue for the industry stakeholders.
OEMs are employing multiple strategies from data monetisation to targeting “City as a Customer”,
whereby they can generate additional revenues from these downstream services. At the same time,
new mobility players are emerging across the value chain from Ride hailing firms to start ups that are
now developing flying urban vehicles that will help us travel in the 3rd dimension. The session will
provide a detailed analysis of the Smart mobility initiatives within the targeted cities, identify the
digitalization initiatives from the city policy makers and provide a road-map of implementation of
new mobility business models.
Theme 2 Digitisation, Connectivity & Autonomous
As technology advances in mobility at a rapid pace, the digital offerings from the automotive
industry will be the future differentiator across brands, both at the front and the back end, including
connected supply chains and the Industrial Internet of Things. Whether through digital retailing,
financing, or connected and automated driving-related content, digitisation is becoming such a key
topic for OEMs that they’re investing heavily in new digital services. This session will hear from
industry participants of their experiences and the key market trends that are repositioning the
industry for the digital era.
Theme 3 Intelligent Transport System & Mobility Services
The long-term disruption of the mobility industry is likely to arise when fleets of autonomous
vehicles are present in large volumes on our roads. We are already seeing significant efforts in R&D
from major mobility players globally, and the positioning of several technology providers as a
potential future supply chain. At scale, this is expected to realise a convergence of mobility trends –
namely electric, connected, shared and autonomous - to form an Intelligent Transport System.
Theme 4 Future of Logistics
Transport & Logistics accounts for 10-12% of the world’s GDP and 20-30% of vehicles operating in
cities. Urbanisation, connectivity, e-commerce, and new business models are transforming an
industry that is struggling with extremely low margins and intensifying regulatory pressures.
Research shows that road transport, both in long-haul and city logistics, is not as efficient as it
appears. Thus, the industry is embracing C.A.S.E: Connected, Automated, Services-based business
models, and Electric. As change unfolds, what will be the implications and opportunities for
traditional market players? What form will such upheaval take? What strategies will be required to
convert these disruptive trends into channels for growth and innovation?