Experts to Offer Visions of the Future at the Intelligent Mobility Summit in London

Experts to Offer Visions of the Future at the Intelligent Mobility Summit in London
Published: 29 June 2019 - 7:30 a.m.
By: PMV Staff
Technology advances, demographic changes, and mobility imperatives are combining in a perfect storm, launching the traditional automotive industry into unprecedented disruption. The new mantra is Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared. Together, they are incubating unique ecosystems, business models and value chains. The once successful hardware/products/components centred approach is floundering. Enabled by powerful digital technologies, the axis is shifting to services/software/solutions.

Customer attitudes toward vehicle usership and ownership of personal modes of mobility are transforming dramatically. Access to, rather than ownership of, mobility assets is becoming more common. Simultaneously, the concept of individual vehicle ownership is yielding ground to notions of shared mobility.

Frost & Sullivan’s 11th annual Intelligent Mobility event will bring together industry leaders, policymakers, visionaries and investors, 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. Speakers include: Iain Macbeth, Head of Foresight, Transport for London (TfL) Roy Williamson, Head of Advanced Mobility, BP and Sebastian Peck, Managing Director, InMotion Ventures (JLR) and many more.

This year’s event will feature three hundred and fifty delegates, six panel discussions and three cutting edge presentations. It’s being held in central London on July 11, 2019.

Some new and hot topics we will cover include:
  • New Autonomous Business Models
  • Car as a Marketplace
  • Car as an IoT Platform and OEMs Creating Unique Customer IDs for Personalised Mobility
  • Future Mobility Scenarios
  • New Subscription based Vehicle Retailing Models

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