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This detailed report provides over 80 pages of detailed analysis on Mobility as a Service. In addition, the report provides an extensive database of mobility providers, activities, regulations and use cases, along with ride-hailing availability. The Mobility as a Service report complements the Reinventing the Wheel multi-client study which looks at the future of cars, oil, chemicals and electric power.
The report takes a look at regulations in nearly 30 countries.
Ride-hailing, ride-sharing, fleet car-sharing, peer-to-peer car-sharing. Due to complex market conditions and converging industry mega-trends, the market potential of driverless mobility services is difficult to forecast. The final chapter of this report explores a simple workflow to size the market for driverless mobility services in 2035 and 2040.
As part of an established dealer group in Maryland and Delaware, this market leader has successfully built customer loyalty –achieving 743% return on investment from targeted mailings, selling 135 additional vehicles through one 4-month campaign and verifying that 65% of vehicles sold were to existing customers.Learn more about our client’s successes
Listen to Vasanth Krishnaswami, PhD – Senior Innovation Consultant for IHS Product Design – explain how a leading original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in the North American automotive leader is meeting new challenges in the area of fuel efficiency and emissions related both to market needs and critical regulatory compliance issues.View Video
This leading partner of the automobile industry identified market demands and supported product development for engines that reduce fuel emissions and increase fuel economy – enabling innovation by facilitating interdisciplinary research and allowing review/protection of solutions as intellectual property.Learn more about our client’s successes
In 2002, a global automaker turned its sights toward China and began developing new strategies to maximize sales potential at all market levels. Company decision makers gained ready access to Chinese vehicle registration data – including new and used vehicles in operation plus owner demographics – while reducing the average research time by 50 percent.Learn More About Our Customers Success