In recent years, we have witnessed the transformational change driven by the proliferation of platform-based business models and the ecosystems they enable, unlocking immense potential for competitive advantage and business benefits.

We at Frost & Sullivan believe that all traditional industries, including the Automotive and Transport sector, will capitalise on the power of digital technologies and develop more platform-based business models to sell services and solutions beyond just the vehicle hardware.

The rapid pace of digitalisation is transforming the component hardware-driven automotive sector to a software and solutions focused industry, accelerated by consumers’ evolving digital lifestyle expectations and demands for new and innovative services. The future roadmap of digitalisation in the automotive sector is expected to move rapidly from “digital services” to “car-as-a-service” to “mobility-as-a-service”, transforming the car into an element of a connected living solution by 2030.

Our comprehensive sessions will drill down into the future impact of digitalisation on the automotive sector and how to leverage business model disruption and innovation to stay ahead of the curve. Some new and hot topics we will cover this year will include the following:

  1. Data Monetisation Pricing and Business Models in the Automotive Industry
  2. New Digital KPIs for measuring an OEM’s performance with customer centre and front of the future digital strategies of OEMs
  3. New Mobility business models with a deep dive into Demand Responsive Transport Systems, Autonomous Shuttles and Flying cars
  4. New Subscription based vehicle retailing models
  5. New last mile delivery transport modes with a deep dive into Drone delivery and autonomous bots’ as new freight mobility business models

We will be deep diving this year into the top 100 Smart cities and their strategy on developing and implementing Smart Mobility initiatives. Frost & Sullivan’s Smart mobility team will showcase results from its 12 month detailed benchmarking work of these top 100 cities across 5 key areas, namely: Digital strategy of cities, Autonomous Vehicles implementation plan, Vision for embracing new mobility business models, Sustainability strategy and finally their vision on future of freight and last mile logistics.

The team will showcase their new Smart city data modelling and analytics platform with 150 unique data points uniformly analysed across these cities for the first time ever. I have seen the results of the first phase and they are extremely thought provoking and a must for anyone involved in the mobility space to review and learn.

Join us at our 10th annual Intelligent Mobility Workshop, which will once again gather industry executives, policymakers, visionaries and investors, to gain valuable insights into the revenue potential sparked by digitalisation and new mobility business models.

Network with your peers, learn about the latest trends in automotive innovation and the future of mobility, and hear inspiring keynotes about how to differentiate from the competition in this rapidly evolving space.

We look forward to welcoming you to Intelligent Mobility 2018 in June.

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