Mobility as a Service

3Q 2016 | Application Analysis Report | AN-2347 | 35 pages | 4 tables | 2 charts | 15 figures | PDF

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Table of Contents

  • 1. A NEW UBER PARADIGM: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE
    • 1.1. INTRODUCTION
    • 1.2. DEFINITION AND SERVICE CONCEPTS
    • 1.3. MAAS AND UBERIZATION
    • 1.4. WIDER RELEVANCE AND CONTEXT
  • 2. MAAS SERVICE ASPECTS AND USER BENEFITS
    • 2.1. PERSONALIZED CONVENIENCE
    • 2.2. EFFICIENCY AND AFFORDABILTY
    • 2.3. GLOBAL REACH
    • 2.4. SUSTAINABILITY
  • 3. MAAS TECHNOLOGY COMPONENTS
    • 3.1. OPEN PLATFORMS
    • 3.2. PAYMENTS AND BILLING
    • 3.3. TELEMATICS AND CONNECTIVITY
    • 3.4. SENSORS AND BEACONS
    • 3.5. DATA ANALYTICS
    • 3.6. DRIVERLESS VEHICLES
  • 4. MAAS AND MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT
    • 4.1. PEDESTRIAN
    • 4.2. 2/3 WHEEL
    • 4.3. PASSENGER CARS
    • 4.4. BUSES
    • 4.5. RAIL
    • 4.6. ON-DEMAND AIRBORNE TRANSPORATION
    • 4.7. ON-DEMAND WATER-BASED TRANSPORTATION
  • 5. MAAS ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
    • 5.1. UBIQUITOUS AVAILABILTY
    • 5.2. FRAGMENTATION
    • 5.3. LACK OF STANDARDS AND INTEROPERABILITY
    • 5.4. CITY VERSUS RURAL DILEMMA
    • 5.5. CONSERVATISM AND PROTECTIONISM
    • 5.6. COOPERATION BETWEEN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR
    • 5.7. LEGISLATION, REGULATION, POLICIES, AND FRAMEWORKS
    • 5.8. PRIVACY AND SECURITY CONCERNS
    • 5.9. NEGATIVE IMPACT OF MAAS
    • 5.10. BALANCE BETWEEN PEOPLE AND GOODS TRANSPORT
  • 6. MAAS ECOSYSTEM
    • 6.1. MAAS ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS AND AGGREGATOR ROLE
    • 6.2. MAIN PLAYERS, ALLIANCES, AND INITIATIVES
  • 7. MAAS FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND FORECASTS
    • 7.1. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
    • 7.2. MAAS FORECASTS


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