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Multimodal Mobility Solutions

With mounting traffic congestion increasingly resulting in lost time and economic value as well as environmental issues, especially in mega cities in developing regions, the focus of both public and private companies in the automotive and transportation industries is shifting to multimodal / intermodal transportation solutions. Traveler information systems providing real-time public transport timetable information, multimodal journey planners, and smartphone-based pedestrian guidance applications are geared at facilitating knowledge of and seamless access to a wide range of mobility solutions. This is prompting even car OEMs such as BMW and Ford to offer solutions beyond the narrow context of the vehicle itself, realizing their products will become part of an integrated intermodal system, offering a balanced range of mobility modes.

This report covers both multimodal connected car solutions and smart mobility approaches across the entire automotive and transportation industries. It also covers the use of smart watches as a key component of multimodal solutions, crowdsourced parking space availability, and the role of telematics-enabled real-time transit-schedule information. Shipment forecasts for integrated and smartphone-based multimodal OEM in-car navigation systems are included.

Table of Contents

  • 1. SMART MOBILITY AND MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION: DEFINITIONS AND TRENDS
    • 1.1. Types of Transportation
    • 1.2. Benefits
    • 1.3. Multimodal Journey Planners
    • 1.4. Supporting User-generated Content
    • 1.5. Blurring Boundaries between Public and Private Transportation
    • 1.6. Public Transportation Ticketing and Mobile Payments
    • 1.7. Multimodal Transportation and the IoT
  • 2. MULTIMODAL NAVIGATION SMARTPHONE AND WEARABLES APPLICATIONS FOR THE CONNECTED CAR
    • 2.1. BMW
    • 2.2. Moovit
    • 2.3. HERE
    • 2.4. Google
    • 2.5. Apple
    • 2.6. OpenStreetMap
    • 2.7. mxDATA
    • 2.8. Smartwatches
  • 3. MULTIMODAL SMART MOBILITY APPROACHES IN SMART CITIES
    • 3.1. Public-Private Partnerships
    • 3.2. Citizen Participation, Crowdsourced Information, and a Community Approach
    • 3.3. Real-time Transit Schedule Information and Telematics
      • 3.3.1. Caltrain
      • 3.3.2. Cisco
      • 3.3.3. Hitachi
      • 3.3.4. INIT
      • 3.3.5. IVU Traffic Technologies
      • 3.3.6. Trapeze
      • 3.3.7. Daimler
      • 3.3.8. Mix Telematics
      • 3.3.9. GreenRoad
      • 3.3.10. Masternaut
      • 3.3.11. InSight Mobile Data
      • 3.3.12. Pinpointers Telematics
      • 3.3.13. NextBus (Cubic Transportation Systems)
      • 3.3.14. Navman Wireless
    • 3.4. Traveler Information Systems: Smartphones versus Public Digital Signage
    • 3.5. New Paradigms Disrupting the Status Quo
      • 3.5.1. Driverless Cars, Car and Bike Sharing, and Blurring Boundaries between Private and
      • 3.5.2. On-demand Public Transit
    • 3.6. Demand-Response Multimodal Transportation Systems
    • 3.7. Smart Multimodal Mobility Concepts and Projects
      • 3.7.1. EU
      • 3.7.2. Ford
      • 3.7.3. Volvo / Ericsson / POC
  • 4. FORECASTS
    • 4.1. Integrated Multimodal OEM In-car Navigation Systems
    • 4.2. Smartphone-based Multimodal In-car Navigation Systems
    • 4.3. Wearables-enabled Multimodal In-car Navigation Systems

Charts

  1. Integrated Multimodal OEM In-car Navigation Systems by Region, World Market, 2014 to 2020
  2. Smartphone-based Multimodal In-car Navigation Systems by Region, World Market, 2014 to 2020
  3. Wearables-enabled Multimodal In-car Navigation Systems by Region, World Market, 2014 to 2020

Figures

  1. BMW Intermodal Guidance
  2. BMW Intermodal Guidance on a Smartwatch
  3. Moovit Application
  4. HERE Transit
  5. Jaguar XF: HERE Navigation Approach View with One-touch Parking
  6. mxData Uber Integration