Mobility is a user-centric concept that recognizes the need for transportation products and services to be responsive to consumer demands, habits, and preferences.
According to CoxAutomotive Mobility White Paper(2019), emerging mobility trends such as ride hailing, car sharing, and subscription services are altering how individuals use, value, and relate to personal vehicles. These new mobility services are contributing to a shift in consumer preferences away from vehicle ownership and toward "vehicle usership," which involves experimenting with new business models that do not require the user to own a car and bear all the related costs.
Connected vehicles are gradually making their way onto the market, and they are projected to have a significant impact on the transportation sector in the second and third decades of this century. Future mobility solutions and cars will take advantage of ever-increasing computer power, high-speed networking, artificial intelligence deep learning algorithms, and quick and decentralized data handling. An entirely new variety of applications for smart and secure mobility appears to be increasingly viable because to rapid technological growth in the telecom, IT, and semiconductor industries.
As seen in Figure 1, the level of autonomy in vehicles is examined in five different categories. The level of autonomy plays a very prominent role in the mobility ecosystem.
Technically, mobility technologies in automotive can be separated into two technical sectors, according to the EPO Self-Driving Vehicles Report (2018). They are listed below briefly.
Automated Vehicle Platform: It refers to technology that are built into the vehicle. It roughly follows the functional architecture of an autonomous vehicle and includes major functional components such as I external environment perception, object analysis, decision and control functions, as well as (ii) essential computer means for their operation, and (iii) vehicle platform manipulation functions, which are responsible for the vehicle's motion.
Smart Environment: It is focused on the automobile and includes (i) technologies that allow vehicles to communicate and interact with one another and with their surroundings, as well as (ii) technologies that enable smart logistic services and operations.
You can take a look at the market, entrepreneurship and patent data compiled from interactive reports by TECHIN2B below.
What about Market?:
According to Fortune Business Insight Report (2021), in 2020, the global market for autonomous vehicles was valued at USD 1.45 billion. In the period 2021-2028, the market is expected to increase at a CAGR of 31.3 percent, from USD 1.64 billion in 2021 to USD 11.03 billion in 2028.
Also, the global shared mobility industry is predicted to reach US$ 777.85 billion by 2030, growing at an annual rate of 8.5 percent between 2021 and 2030.
Key Players for Autonomous Vehicles: Autoliv Inc., Aptiv, Waymo LLC, Robert Bosch GmbH, Daimler AG, Baidu, AutoX
Key Players for Shared Mobility: Avis Budget Group, Beijing Xiaoju Technology Co, Ltd., car2go NA LLC, The Hertz Corporation, Uber Technologies Inc., Curb Mobility, GrabHoldings Inc., Lyft Inc.
What about Startups?:
Top 5 invested in the world: Tesla, Lucid Motors, NIO, WM Motor, Xpeng
Top 5 invested in Europe: Arrival, Wayve, Einride, EasyMile, NAVYA
Top 5 invested in Turkey: Ototrink, Trio Mobil, Büyüktech, Otovinn, Syntonym
What about Patents?:
Top 5 application fields in the world: AV sensors and ADAS components, battery and charging, telematics, semiconductors, AV software and mapping
Top 5 applicants in the world: Toyota, Bosch, Ford, Honda, Hyundai
Top 5 startups in the world: Aptiv, Here Global, NIO, Uber, BYD
Top applicants in Turkey: Takosan Otomotiv, Ant Bilişim, Asis Petrol, Tırsan Treyler, Ekin Teknoloji
With TECHIN2B premium reports, you can access startup and technology insights in specific of all mobility issues such as grid connection or dynamic chassis control by visualising mobility technology producers in a world map, line map or heat map as can be seen in Figure 2.
- EPO Self-driving Vehicles Report(2018)
- CoxAutomotive Mobility White Paper(2019)