0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 8:11 AM by Victor Fontaine

    The future of mobility is now

    Victor Fontaine

      Another white paper has been published analyzing big mobility trends : iot, connectivity, carsharing, ride-hailing, bikesharing, automated transport or even public transit. Here it is : » Transportation Outlook: 2025 to 2050 Navigant Research


      I invite you to read the following paper from Forbes resuming the white paper : The Future Is Now: Smart Cars And IoT In Cities


      Navigant Research

      Navigant Research, Contributor


      In this article, we learn that :

      "By 2025, Navigant Research forecasts that more than 1.2 billion vehicles globally are expected to be connected to their surroundings and/or to each other through either built-in or brought-in communications technology."

      "By 2025, most new vehicles in developed markets are likely to have telematics offering various types of services to the driver."

      "Navigant Research estimated that plug-in hybrids and battery EVs represented more than 15% of all vehicles in carshare services as of 2015."

      "According to the United Nations, by 2050, as much as 66% of the world’s population is expected to live in urban areas, and the individually owned vehicle will probably become a rarity in most large cities."





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