Designing Seamless Integrated Mobility
Working in collaboration with the World Economic Forum on the Future of Mobility (FoM), Deloitte continues to build its collection of insights on this critical topic, delivering unique perspectives, research, and solutions. Read details on the Forum initiative Deloitte supports as well as key deliverables, perspectives from Deloitte leaders on mobility, and links to related Deloitte insights and eminence.
Few things matter as much in the world as mobility. It provides access to healthcare, education, jobs, and goods and services. It facilitates human connection and global economic development. The way people and goods move about, however, is being radically transformed. A confluence of trends, both technological and social, is driving the emergence of a new mobility ecosystem. Fully realized, it promises a faster, cleaner, safer, and more efficient transportation network.
To bring the new mobility ecosystem to life in communities around the globe, Deloitte is collaborating with the World Economic Forum to develop a future vision and strategy for a more seamless and integrated mobility system to transport people and goods. Part of the Forum’s Shaping the Future of Mobility System Initiative, the project will facilitate close collaboration among global leaders from public and private sector organizations to help shape an integrated future-state vision, identify required capabilities, and address key challenges through scalable, intermodal solutions.
Project findings will be featured at the next annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January 2018. On this page you can follow the progress of the Deloitte-WEF collaboration as well as find Deloitte content related to the new mobility ecosystem.
Designing a Seamless Integrated Mobility System (SIMSystem): A Manifesto for Transforming Passenger and Goods Mobility
As more than 2 billion people are added to the global population in the coming decades and urban populations continue to grow, the question arises: how will we move them, and the goods they require, more efficiently and effectively than today? This collaborative effort from Deloitte’s Future of Mobility practice and the World Economic Forum examines this question and how a seamless integrated mobility system is needed to address future mobility challenges.
Deloitte leaders and subject-matter experts discuss the Future of Mobility.
Transport's future is integrated. But how do we get there? by Scott L. Corwin, Future of Mobility Leader, and John Moavenzadeh, Head of Mobility Industries and System Initiative, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
Come along for the ride: achieving seamless, integrated mobility by Scott L. Corwin, Future of Mobility Leader
Driverless cars and trucks don't mean mass unemployment—they mean new kinds of jobs by Cathy Engelbert, CEO, Deloitte US, and Scott Corwin, Future of Mobility Leader
How the Internet of Things made 5,500 employees safer AND saved $2 million by Carlos Aggio Director, Deloitte Consulting
Rethinking self-driving cars in rural areas by Derek Pankratz, Manager, US member firm eminence
Start-ups to steer UK adoption of driverless vehicles by Mike Woodward, UK Automotive Leader
Framing the future of mobility: How new transport models can win citizens over by Warwick Goodall Director, Transport Technology and Technology Strategy
Future of Mobility inaugural event: sharing UK perspectives on the evolving mobility ecosystem by Simon Dixon, Global Transportation Leader
Reinventing the daily commute by Warwick Goodall, Director, Transport Technology and Technology Strategy
Mobility as a service (MaaS) on the horizon by Tim Hanley, Global Leader, Consumer & Industrial Products
The urban optimist by Scott Corwin, Future of Mobility Leader
The future of mobility: How we’ll get there by Nick Jameson, Manager, Strategy, Monitor Deloitte and Derek Pankratz, Manager, US member firm Eminence
Financing the future of mobility: Auto finance in the evolving transportation ecosystem by Cameron Krueger, leader of the Automotive Captive Finance practice in the US member firm, and Tiffany Johnston
The future of mobility: How transportation technology and social trends are creating a new business ecosystem by Scott Corwin, Future of Mobility Leader, Joe Vitale Global Automotive Sector Leader, Eamonn Kelly, CMO of Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Strategy and Operations practice, and Elizabeth Cathles
Related Deloitte reports and initiatives
From telecom and insurance to freight and supply chains, Deloitte has explored many of the issues and trends that are playing a role in this critical topic. The following pages provide the full range of Deloitte’s eminence on mobility as well as related initiatives.