The mobility systems of the future are likely to be very different from what exists in most of the world today. The individual traveler is at the heart of this evolution, so consumers will need to be open to adopting new technologies and services. However, both the public and private sectors will have roles to play in paving the way.
Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal (January 2015)
This article presents the current state of applicable law and reviews significant legal issues pertaining to automated and autonomous vehicles. In addition, because many vehicle automation and vehicle autonomy technologies are not feasible without electronic communications between vehicles or between vehicles and infrastructure—vehicle “connectivity”—this article also reviews data privacy issues relating to vehicle connectivity.
International Transport Forum (2015)
This report explores the strategic issues that will have to be considered by authorities as more fully automated and ultimately autonomous vehicles arrive on our streets and roads.
World Economic Forum (January 2016)
This paper primarily targets the key decision-makers and opinion leaders of cities and states, established enterprises and start-ups, and representatives of civil society. It aims to inform ideas and actions for future influencers, such as concerned or inspired citizens, professionals and students.
McKinsey Advanced Industries (April 2016)
In the years since the Great Recession, the global truck industry has seen two major developments: profit pools have globally recovered from the crisis while at the same time the sizable profit pools that once characterized the Western European markets have begun to spill over into the US and emerging markets.
McKinsey Advanced Industries (January 2016)
Today’s economies are dramatically changing, triggered by development in emerging markets, the accelerated rise of new technologies, sustainability policies, and changing consumer preferences around ownership. Digitization and new business models have revolutionized other industries, and automotive will be no exception.
McKinsey Advanced Industries (September 2015)
Based on extensive consumer and executive surveys across three geographies (Asia, Europe, and North America), McKinsey outlines the impact of connectivity and automation on the automotive industry, and discuss potential strategies for automotive industry incumbents and newcomers alike.
McKinsey Advanced Industries (March 2016)
The expected growth of the value pool from car data and shared mobility could add up to more than USD 1.5 trillion by 2030. New players are entering this competitive arena, as these companies are familiar with collecting enormous amounts of data, processing them, combining them with different sources, and deploying features and services that customers are willing to pay for.
McKinsey Advanced Industries (September 2014)
The term “connected car” is one of the most intensely debated buzzwords these days. How will it impact the underlying revenue and profit pools? In addition, what will determine who will benefit from changes in automotive profit pools?
McKinsey Center for Business and Environment (September 2015)
The number of megacities with more than ten million people will continue to grow. The World Health Organization estimated in 2014 that seven million premature deaths are attributable to air pollution, and a significant share is the result of urban transit. However, the future does not have to be this way.