• Market outlook/forecast

  • Regulatory issues, market impact

  • Business models, OEM strategies

  • Consumer transport needs & preferences in the US, Europe, and China

  • Impact of mobility solutions on future vehicle purchase interest

  • UX of mobility solutions, specifically car-sharing services.

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About Connected Mobility


The Automotive Connected Mobility (ACM) service reports on emerging mobility services. Mobility services include car sharing and ride hailing in all of their forms as well as new vehicle ownership and usage models including on-demand vehicle access, concierge services, fractional ownership and the like.

The service provides 3 interdependent perspectives on factors directly influencing the market development and successful deployment for mobility services:

  • B2B Research
  • Connected Mobility Experience (UX)
  • Consumer Insights & Choice (CI)

Three perspectives on Automotive Connected Mobility
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B2B Research:  Provides emerging ecosystem and demand analysis, with particular emphasis on OEM strategies, programs, acquisitions, investments and organizations. global and regional market adoption and penetration with emphasis on regulatory activities, service rates, the number and types of vehicles in use and the impact on vehicle sales.  Particular attention is paid to supporting and evolving business models and competitive factors.  All of this factors are weighed in the context of maintaining a forecast for market adoption and impact.

Connected Mobility – UX: Evaluates the user experience for connected mobility solutions. From consumer interest and key factors in transport choices to the actual experience when using those services, ACM provides in-depth analysis and insight to optimally align transport services to consumer needs.

Consumer Insights & Choice (CI): Provides custom designed research on Consumer  Mobility Choices and Behavior examining: The Driving Factors for consumer choice;  Economics of Choice;  Preferences;  Behavioral Segments;  Perceptions; Cross-elasticities.

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