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Mobility Futures

Trend Alert Admin 25 October 2018 Credibility


The rewards of unlocking smart mobility could be vast: Innovative mobility services are projected to see a 5-fold increase in their share of travel spending by 2040 and generate an estimated $270 billion in revenue and up to $150 billion in profit for providers.
What is changing?

Summary

Analysis
Systems map: shows how changing mobility strategies are likely to change all forms of public and private transportation in the coming decades affecting everyone’s habits and lifestyles.

Radar chart: Top mobility topics identified by our AI are dramatically larger investments in better infrastructures, especially smart cities and public transport options all of which bode well for growth in the construction and manufacturing industries and result in improvements in public health, revenue collection, service and work opportunities.

Graph-It: By 2025, the transport revolution is expected to be in full swing in many parts of the world with much banking investment in automation and robots. We can expect to see the rise of new and powerful brands and witness the demise of many household names, swept away by the expected huge disruption from new mobility offers.

Sentiment: opinion towards improved mobility is very nett positive, globally, with only a few reservations mainly related to the possibility of increasing the rich/poor divide and possible delays in consumer demand as people maybe slower to give up their traditional forms of transport than most experts and pundits assume.

Pie Charts: Mobility is an emerging signal with much activity in the ‘evolving’ and ‘gaining traction’ categories that promises huge growth and new income streams going forward. This is likely to be a rest of the century global phenomenon with a tipping point where the public in industrialized countries accept the arrival of a new mobility infrastructure by an estimated tipping point of around 2040.

Countries: Top ten countries involved in improving mobility are Australia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Qatar, Austria, China, India, Malaysia, Nigeria And Saudi Arabia who are not only looking to improve mobility but to reduce pollution and traffic jams.
Cities: Cities leading the way include New York, Melbourne, Delhi, London, Brussels, Barcelona, Dubai, Vancouver, Helsinki and Detroit

Visuals
System map
The systems map shows how changing mobility strategies are likely to change all forms of public and private transportation in the coming decades affecting everyone’s habits and lifestyles.

Radar
Top mobility topics identified by our AI are dramatically larger investments in better infrastructures, especially smart cities and public transport options all of which bode well for growth in the construction and manufacturing industries and result in improvements in public health, revenue collection, service and work opportunities.

Graph-It
By 2025, the transport revolution is expected to be in full swing in many parts of the world with much banking investment in automation and robots. We can expect to see the rise of new and powerful brands and witness the demise of many household names, swept away by the expected huge disruption from new mobility offers.



Sentiment
Opinion towards improved mobility is very nett positive, globally, with only a few reservations mainly related to the possibility of increasing the rich/poor divide and possible delays in consumer demand as people maybe slower to give up their traditional forms of transport than most experts and pundits assume.

Pie Charts
Mobility is an emerging signal with much activity in the ‘evolving’ and ‘gaining traction’ categories that promises huge growth and new income streams going forward. This is likely to be a rest of the century global phenomenon with a tipping point where the public in industrialized countries accept the arrival of a new mobility infrastructure by an estimated tipping point of around 2040.

Geographies

Top ten countries involved in improving mobility are Australia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Qatar, Austria, China, India, Malaysia, Nigeria And Saudi Arabia who are not only looking to improve mobility but to reduce pollution and traffic jams.

Cities leading the way include New York, Melbourne, Delhi, London, Brussels, Barcelona, Dubai, Vancouver, Helsinki and Detroit

Evidence

Extracted forecasts found by Athena and linked back to the original articles, reports and PowerPoints (Insights) that she found can be found below using this search term:

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Sources
Athena used the sources below as the top ones to create this report and determined which embedded forecasts are included in this Trend Alert. She found 2,256 forecasts in seconds on 25th October 2018 to allow us to publish this report in less than ninety minutes. She can turn these into PowerPoint slides and Audio files in minutes too as you wish, or we can prepare a full customized and professionally written brief for you to order covering all these forecasts.

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