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Panel discussion on Future of Mobility

At this year's World Economic Forum meeting from Davos, Scott Corwin, Managing Director, Future of Mobility Leader, Deloitte U.S., Michael Ableson, Chief Strategy Officer, General Motors, Sandy Pentland, Professor, MIT Media Labs, and Alan Murray, Editor-in-Chief of Fortune, explored the implications of tomorrow’s mobility ecosystem and how to succeed in it.

Insuring the future of mobility

If people stop driving, what will auto insurers, well, insure? The rise of ridesharing and autonomous cars—as part of the new mobility ecosystem—means that the insurance industry should reconsider its time-honored business model. While some revenue streams will likely dry up, new ones will begin flowing.

Where will the future of mobility take us?

Imagine a world where vehicles hardly crash, traffic jams are rare, and trip costs plummet. The emergence of autonomous vehicles and car- and ride-sharing will affect almost everyone—forcing business leaders in most industries to start asking tough questions about the future of mobility.

The future of mobility: Ben's journey

Frictionless, automated, personalized travel on demand—that’s the dream of the future of mobility. And the extended auto ecosystem's various elements are coalescing to realize that dream sooner than expected, which means that incumbents and disruptors need to move at top speed to get on board.

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Car sharing in Europe

Business Models, National Variations and Coming Disruptions

The sharing economy is approaching and disruptive technologies inspire the emergence of new business models and set the course for a new era of (future) mobility. Car sharing is a key aspect thereof and the market is committed to offering personal convenience and social improvement. Learn more here.

The future of mobility: What's next?

Tomorrow’s mobility ecosystem—and how to succeed in it

Frictionless, automated, personalized travel on demand—that’s the dream of the future of mobility. And the extended auto ecosystem's various elements are coalescing to realize that dream sooner than expected, which means that incumbents and disruptors need to move at top speed to get on board. Read more here.

The future of mobility

How transportation technology and social trends are creating a new business ecosystem

Will technological advances and shifts in social attitudes lead to our no longer owning or driving vehicles? The global auto industry's transformation has far-reaching implications for how we move from point A to point B and, in turn, affects carmakers, energy companies, insurers, health care, government funding, and more. Value shifts as a new ecosystem of mobility emerges. Learn more about the future of mobility.

Deloitte named a global leader in Mobility Consulting by ALM Intelligence

Press release

Deloitte is pleased to announce that ALM Intelligence has named it as a global leader in Mobility Consulting. In the report entitled Global Mobility Consulting 2016, ALM Intelligence notes, “As technology improves global connectivity, employers are recognizing the value that can be derived from an increasingly mobile workforce.” Read the full release here.

Global Mobility

Managing a global workforce

Companies need a global workforce and global mobility, now more than ever. They are sending an increasing number of people abroad, in a wider variety of roles, for many reasons: to prepare for and respond to opportunities in global production; to promote research, development, and innovation; and to improve customer sales, service, and growth. At the same time, global market uncertainty is putting companies under tremendous cost pressure. That makes it imperative for leaders to carefully manage their global mobility investments — and to realize an appropriate return on them. Learn more here.

Insuring the Future of Mobility

The insurance industry's role in the evolving transportation ecosystem

If people stop driving, what will auto insurers, well, insure? The rise of ridesharing and autonomous cars—as part of the new mobility ecosystem—means that the insurance industry should reconsider its time-honored business model. While some revenue streams will likely dry up, new ones will begin flowing. Explore more of Insuring the future of mobility.

The foundation of future automotive retail

Omni-channel customer engagement

As the rise of the connected consumer takes shape, how can the automotive retail industry—an industry typically focused on brick and mortar shift its thinking around sales and marketing to better engage with the connected consumer? Our latest report explores approaches to offering seamlessly integrated automotive shopping, buying, and owning processes regardless of the channel in which consumers interact. Read more on The foundation of future automotive retail ...

Creating a new business ecosystem

How transportation technology and social trends are creating a new business ecosystem

Lighter, self-driving cars; no parking lots; lower revenue from traffic violations: What does the future of mobility promise? Tanya Ott spoke with Deloitte’s Scott Corwin about how industry incumbents must figure out where to play and how to win. Listen to the Creating a new business ecosystem podcast ...

Navigating a shifting landscape

Capturing value in the evolving mobility ecosystem

Who will guide tomorrow's road warriors? Looking ahead to the future of mobility, one key to capturing value could be to help individuals get more value out of mobility by serving as trusted advisers—on matters ranging from where to go to how to get there and even whom to take along. Learn more about Navigating a shifting landscape.

Future of auto retailing

Preparing for the evolving mobility ecosystem

How will tomorrow's car salesman sell customers on ridesharing and autonomous vehicles? As the future of mobility arrives, automakers and dealerships may need to rethink their traditional operations to appeal to customers looking for customization and connectedness. Read more on the Future of auto retailing.

 

Smart mobility: Reducing congestion and fostering faster, greener, and cheaper transportation options

Part of the "Smart mobility" research report

For decades, many governments have tried to develop solutions to address traffic congestion, yet commute times continue to lengthen in most of America's urban centers. It’s time for a new approach. Learn more about Smart mobility.

Faster toward the future of mobility

The movement of people and goods is changing fast. To stay ahead, our Automotive practice continues its ongoing collaboration with Automotive News to bring you the latest thinking on the mobility ecosystem. In this latest effort, we preview Deloitte Review issue 20, through short articles around the future of mobility, autonomous driving, smarter cities, and mobility as a service. With the insights gained from these articles, you can race ahead toward success.

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