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Mobility 2030

Mobility 2030

The future mobility ecosystem will be completely disrupted by technological innovation.

The future mobility ecosystem will be completely disrupted by technological innovation.

How do you think you’ll get to work in 13 years’ time? By bus, train, tube, bike? Or via your own personal drone? Perhaps you don’t believe you’ll need to travel – in 2030 will we all use virtual teleportation to attend meetings?

At KPMG, we believe that the mobility ecosystem – how people and goods get from A to B – will be fundamentally disrupted by the development of electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles and Mobility as a Service.

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These technological innovations and changing consumer expectations will impact many sectors: automotive, insurance, finance, infrastructure, energy and technology players will all need to significantly rethink their business models.

Some will be winners in this and gain market share – others may go the way of Betamax, Blackberry or Blockbuster, unable to innovate ahead of more agile start-ups. The ability of these organisations to work together, in an interconnected way, will define their longer-term success in this developing ecosystem.

Governments and regulators will face significant decisions and choices around how they incentivise, standardise, regulate and secure the emerging mobility environment.

KPMG is working with global organisations across these sectors to help them to understand the marketplace, and position themselves to take advantages of the huge opportunities ahead. To find out more, please contact Charlie Simpson, Partner in KPMG's Global Strategy Group.

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