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SUMMARY

This report suggests CEOs, investors, and leaders follow a long-term investment strategy in the smart mobility and technology sector.

The report’s findings are supported by an analysis of the smart transportation’s industry value chain. As regulations change, technology advances and car-sharing platforms develop, CEOs, investors and leaders should maintain a long-term investment theme in the intelligent transportation sector. The smart mobility market is composed of electric vehicles, autonomous driving, and car-sharing platforms.

As regulation changes and technology advances, there will be more smart vehicles, automated driving, and car-sharing business models hitting the roads. According to UBS, the smart transportation market will be worth roughly USD 400billion by 2025. In comparison, the intelligent travel market is estimated at USD 40–50 billion. Investment opportunities are supported by long-term structural trends, such as population growth, urban sprawl, and aging. Societal changes, technological advancement, and resource sustainability influence investment potential in the smart mobility market.

This document focuses on the smart mobility value chain. Electronics that are associated with electrification and autonomous driving will support the car-sharing business. Yet the industry is young and there are risks. The report recommends that investors diversify investment stocks in this sector to decrease operational and technological risks. According to the research, there are seven major risks to the success of the smart mobility market: a) regulation, b) technology, c) consumer morale and trust, d) raw materials, e) infrastructure and f) car-sharing platform obstacles. However, supportive regulations, affordable costs, and technological innovations make the smart mobility sector attractive for long term investors. Thus, CEOs, leaders, and investors that are prepared to invest over multiple business cycles may profit from short-term insight indicators.

OUTLINE

Smart mobility 

Electrification

Autonomous driving (ADAS)

Car-sharing 

Prospective growth

Long-term investing and conclusion

Risks and comments 

Appendices

DETAILS

Overview

Researchfinder Rating
3 out of 5 stars
Title
Smart Mobility
Region
Global
Published
April 15, 2019
Publisher
UBS
Author(s)
Rolf Ganter, Carl Berrisford
Price
FREE
Language
ENGLISH

Content

Number of Pages
31
Number of Tables
34
Number of Exhibits
1
Topics
ai, hardware, iot, software
Tags
automotive, cloud computing, ecommerce market growth, ecommerce platforms, energy, global, iot, machine learning, machine vision, manufacturing, smart cities, smart mobility, sustainability, UBS
Author(s)
Rolf Ganter, Carl Berrisford
Methodology
The authors use empirical evidence, graphs, charts and tables from various sources to investigate the long term investment potential of the smart mobility market.
EVALUATION

CEOs, leaders, and investors will find this document informative but lacking in a wide range of data sources.

The report provides a comprehensive and broad perspective on the health of the smart mobility market. The findings are insightful as the authors find connections between various market stakeholders and stockholders, including car manufacturers, traffic regulators, and consumers. The report is primarily comprised of primary data from UBS, which limits the scope and accuracy of the document’s information.

Positives:

  • Uses clear and concise language
  • Defines industry-standard jargon for reader
  • Data samples support empirical observations

Negatives:

  • Lacks a wide-range of source

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