A series exploring the evolving mobility ecosystem and its effects.
It’s now widely accepted that by 2030, mobility will be dramatically different than it is today. Our Mobility 2030 series looks at how the evolving mobility landscape could evolve over time and the effect that may have on our day to day lives.
Mobility 2030: Beyond Transportation
In this KPMG animation, we envision a mobility future where transport seamlessly connects peoples’ lives, where consumers are able to get from point A to point B in a way which is cheaper, cleaner, safer; and our journeys become productive and entertaining extensions of our day-to-day routines.
Mobility 2030: A shake up for insurance
The emerging mobility ecosystem will bring significant disruption – and therefore opportunity – for the insurance industry. The development of Autonomous Vehicles (AV) and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) will shift the emphasis from providing individuals with cover to providing insurance for fleet owners and AV manufacturers.
Mobility 2030: Data rules
In a future mobility ecosystem, customer data will be generated in huge volumes and collected continuously. This will present enormous opportunities for service providers – to understand customer behaviours, predict their needs and offer personalised add-ons and enhancements. These changes will require new ways of thinking about the data we collect.
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