Intelligent Mobility 2019

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Intelligent Mobility 2019

19 - 20 June 2019

London

Added 07-Jan-2019

It is clear that the very fundamentals of the mobility industry are in a state of collapse and reinvention. Against a backdrop of changing customer preferences and expectations, the convergence of autonomous, connected, electric and shared mobility technologies is radically altering the way people move around, live, work, and engage with their environment.

A narrow product-based approach is ceding ground to a more holistic and integrated services-based orientation. New business models are opening up additional revenue streams at upstream, midstream and downstream levels. Vehicle ownership is no longer aspirational. Instead, access to shared mobility assets has become more appealing. Connected technologies are enabling unparalleled customisation of the driving experience. It’s not just personal mobility paradigms that are changing. The boom in urban logistics, with its emphasis on on-demand deliveries, is nurturing advanced technology-driven solutions that address inefficiencies in current logistics and freight models. Such approaches are disrupting long-established supply chain ecosystems.

The 2019 edition of Frost & Sullivan’s Intelligent Mobility will offer a platform for industry experts, thought leaders, policy makers, city planners and researchers to discuss the future of mobility, growth opportunities emerging as a result of disruptive innovation, and the potential impact of new business models.

The combined insights from Frost & Sullivan’s global mobility research and the perspectives of leading mobility stakeholders from both industry and government will help attendees navigate the minefield of opportunities and challenges stemming from converging mega trends, technology innovations, regulatory changes and competitive pressures.

Frost & Sullivan’s Intelligent Mobility 2018 drew over 350 delegates representing over 80 organisations from across the world. Keynote speakers from Groupe Renault, Volvo Car Corporation, BMW Group, Bosch UK, Daimler AG, Continental Automotive, BlaBLa Car, Ridecell, Shell Fleet Solutions, Volkswagen AG, DHL, Ford, and the UK Department for Transport, among others, shared their vision of the future of mobility. The event included an impassioned debate on the interaction of intelligent mobility and smart cities held at the House of Lords, interactive exhibitions showcasing future technologies, test drives and vehicle displays.

Intelligent Mobility 2019 will provide a powerful forum for attendees to network with their peers and other stakeholders, debate the diverse philosophies that underpin ‘mobility-as-a-service’, examine the potential of new business models, and identify emerging revenue opportunities. We hope this will be a springboard to enabling and accelerating a bold new vision of the future of mobility.

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