Technology is rapidly changing the face of transportation in many cities. Ubiquitous connectivity has helped give rise to on-demand mobility services. Vehicles are becoming more connected and autonomous—and thus more reliant on digital technologies. Electric vehicles are also becoming more widely available and affordable. At the same time, governments are pushing for increasing emissions reductions and cities are increasingly regulating private car usage. All these factors will work together to change how people move around in the smart city.
In this webinar, Lisa Jerram, principal research analyst at Navigant Research, Eric Woods, research director at Navigant Research, and David Alexander, senior research analyst at Navigant Research, discuss the dynamics surrounding the shift in transportation strategy. The panel dives into how new technologies and service models will change urban mobility, where these changes will be seen first, and how existing and new players are likely to adapt to this shifting landscape.
- On-demand mobility or mobility as a service
- Vehicle electrification
- Vehicle autonomy
- Smart urban mobility
What does this webinar answer?
- How will electrification, vehicle autonomy, connectivity, and on-demand mobility change the urban mobility landscape?
- What is the expected growth of these transportation technologies and service models?
- What are the opportunities and challenges – both market and policy – for this shift in urban mobility?
- Which regions of the world are seeing changes in mobility models now? Which will follow?
- How will traditional mobility companies respond to these changes and what new players will enter the space?
Who needs to attend?
- Automotive OEMs
- Electronics suppliers
- Wireless carriers
- City policymakers and managers
- Investor community