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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Mobility as a Service (MaaS) will provide aggregated, single account, multimodal transportation services in a seamless and convenient way disrupting traditional transportation modes like car ownership, buses, trains, aviation, taxis, and rental cars. Technology aspects of MaaS include driverless vehicles and shuttles, open platforms, multimodal transportation and information services, and “single account" billing. The sucess of MaaS will depend on open, competitive platforms and market places  with MaaS aggregators moderating and managing supply and demand. 
 
This report includes in-depth coverage of the MaaS paradigm including definitions, technologies, players, benefits, drivers, barriers and revenue forecasts. 

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