Payments and the future of mobility
How can payment providers create value and seize opportunities in the evolving mobility ecosystem?
Consumers, used to seamless payments, will expect integrated and secure ways to pay for any trip and service. How can payment providers make that happen?
Deloitte Review, issue 26
Progress fueled by the past
How are new technologies shaping the way we work and play? What ethical concerns could those technologies create? How can leaders navigate today’s rapidly changing environment, and what organizational supports do workers need to perform at their best? As we barrel into the digital age, the topics we explore in Deloitte Review’s January 2020 issue remind us that circumstances may evolve, but fundamental issues persist.
Seleta Reynolds aims to bring 21st-century mobility to a city built for cars
To live and drive in LA
How do you integrate 21st-century mobility into a city built for cars? The Los Angeles Department of Transportation’s Seleta Reynolds looks to keep LA thriving in the new transportation ecosystem.
How digital technologies can elevate car buying
Think carefully about where to invest to elevate the customer experience
Digital technologies are starting to fundamentally change the way people buy cars, but manufacturers and dealers should think carefully about where to invest in order to elevate the customer experience.
Elevating the future of mobility
Passenger drones and flying cars
While flying cars may sound as if they belong to science fiction, technology seems to have brought them closer to reality—potentially helping to create a faster, cheaper, cleaner, safer, and more integrated transportation system.
Autonomous vehicles and the insurance industry
Insurers confront the "when" and "how" of self-driving cars
This new report from Deloitte US explores how insurers can develop transformational strategies to remain relevant and create value for consumers, yet still be profitable in this emerging environment.
Come along for the ride: World Economic Forum Future of Mobility project blog series
Few things matter as much in the world as mobility. It provides access to healthcare, education, jobs, and goods and services. Read latest blog post on the future of mobility, SIMSystem phase 2" Putting our principles into practice, and other World Economic Forum posts.
Powering the future of mobility
How the electric power sector can prepare for its critical role in the new transportation ecosystem
For electric companies, the emerging mobility ecosystem promises a new level of customer engagement—and higher demand, as more electric vehicles hit the road.
Global Predictions 2018
See what the future holds for technology, media and telecommunications
Discover the major technology, media & telecommunications trends that may impact your business in the 2018 edition of Deloitte’s predictions for the TMT sectors. They reveal the perspectives gained from conversations with industry leaders, and thousands of consumer interviews across the globe.
Future of Work
Driven by accelerating connectivity, new talent models, and cognitive tools, work is changing. As robotics, AI, the gig economy and crowds grow, jobs are being reinvented, creating the “augmented workforce.” We must reconsider how jobs are designed and work to adapt and learn for future growth.
Deloitte at WEF Davos 2020 - Connecting profit with people and planet to create a sustainable, inclusive future.
21-24 January 2020 | Davos-Klosters, Switzerland
Deloitte joins the Annual Meeting in Davos where leaders across business and government come together in discussions and events designed to develop meaningful and measurable solutions to these challenges.
Smart City | Smart Nation
The world around us is changing. Clients are facing unprecedented disruption, and more than ever, industry lines are blurring and converging. Smart City strategies and tools developed by Deloitte help us deliver the future to our clients. Learn more about this convergence in smart cities.
Development of self-driving vehicles in the United Kingdom
Where science fiction meets science fact
The UK government has recognised the importance of self-driving vehicles as a catalyst for technological, economic and social developments. It is trying to make the United Kingdom the preeminent testing site in Europe. But are consumers on board for the ride?