THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY
We are on the threshold of change when it comes to the way we commute. Mobility is about to undergo a rapid development in terms of social, economic, and technological changes. According to McKinsey, “By 2030, mobility innovation could radically transform everything from power systems to the use of public space, while simultaneously introducing a new city dynamism.” Urban mobility will be impacted by the introduction of advanced commuting services. The entire eco-system when it comes to public space on roads, parking, power system etc is poised to see a rapid shift.
Self-driven cars will change the very definition of mobility and we’ll be witnessing the arrival of driverless vehicles. This change will also have an impact on firms and their profit margins. It will require a restructuring of business plans and will have to align with the new developments in the mobility space. Data will also play a hug role in this area. It will unleash new benefits for consumers who are seeking a mobility alternative that’s eco-friendly, cost-effective, and less stressful. According to Deloitte, “young adults, along with urbanites, are gravitating toward a model of personal mobility consumption based on pay-per-use rather than the upfront purchase of a capital asset, which fundamentally challenges today’s consumption model centered on personal ownership of cars.” This type of demand will generate a supply of unicorn start-ups which can match that demand. Existing big giants in the automobile industry will also have to engineer and devise strategies and plans to match and stay on top of this trend.
Electric cars, car sharing, e-hailing will soon be in huge demand in comparison to fuel-driven automobiles. Self-driving technology will not be limited to just private cars. Commercial vehicles like the public transport system, buses, trains, trucks etc will also be included in this monumental change. A new form of digital infrastructure will also emerge to match and cater to the new-age mobility infrastructure. According to Deloitte, “Experience enablers”—content providers, in-vehicle service providers, data and analytics companies, advertisers, entertainment-equipment providers, and social media companies—will likely clamor to make the in-transit experience relaxing, productive, or entertaining.”
How does 3i Infotech align itself within this landscape? 3i Infotech’s strength lies in mobile-first and cloud-first digital strategies and services. We offer a range of services that can be seamlessly implemented across all industry verticals. We specialize in consulting services, UI/UX design services, design and development, endpoint testing services, endpoint intelligence services, endpoint support services, and data and analytics services. These competencies can be leveraged by companies to create a sound digital business plan to situate themselves within the mobility infrastructure which is moving towards new growth and development. Whatever your needs, we can help you devise the right solution. Head to our website to get deeper insights into how we can help your business flourish.