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Cities, Automotive mobility & Services: What vision ?. Cities, Automobile & Services: Introduction. In all parts of the world cities are in the increasing heart of human activities

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cities automobile services introduction
Cities, Automobile & Services: Introduction
  • In all parts of the world cities are in the increasing heart of human activities
  • The private vehicle is the unique mean of transportation which offers flexibility, autonomy and versatility for goods as well for people
  • INDIVIDUAL MOBILITY will the lead the development of automotive services
individual mobility current status
Individual mobility : Current status
  • Mobility : Means to manage housing and social/economic/cultural activities
  • Some data
    • 70-75% of European Mobility is done with automobile
    • 60% of European Mobility is urban or peri-urban
    • In 2009, 50% of the world population lives in urban areas, 80% in the developed countries
    • In 2020, 60% of the world population will live in urban areas, 80% in the developing countries
    • Of the 20 largest urban areas, only 3 will be in most-advanced countries (Tokyo, New York et Los Angeles)

What automobile for what cities in 2015/2020 ?

individual mobility
Individual mobility
  • 3 dimensions of individual mobility :
    • Physical/Material mobility
    • Non material mobility (on communication & data flows, ubiquity…)
    • Mental mobility (Individual and collective life experiences, mental journey,…)
  • Mobility is essential to gain access to goods, services, housing, jobs, education, culture: The mobility is now a right !
  • However the nature of mobility is changing or has already changed
    • More complex and more dense
    • Beyond the trip, search of efficiency and multiplication of opportunities
      • Ability to “navigate”: more efficiency, more density of experiences
      • Catching opportunities during the trip
      • New sociability forms (environment, people, networks, connected world…)
new mobilities what needs what uses what expectations
New mobilities:What needs? What uses? What expectations?
  • Arbitration
    • Context
      • Jam, congestion, taxation, traffic restrictions
    • Needs
      • Transportation of people and goods? City, road or highway?

→ Currentsociodemographic evolution with a lower proportion of couples with children (berlines M1/M2 & monospaces) for the benefit of childless couples, solos and inactive (berlines B1 & B2)

    • Expectations
      • Maneuverability, habitability, comfort, aesthetics, price…
    • Uses
      • Daily/occasional, home-work/week-end/vacations, individual/ collective
      • Vehicle dedicated, specialized or polyvalent

A new market will emerge if new offers respond to new expectations

electric power or not what automobile innovation
Electric power or not: what automobile innovation?
  • A vehicle meeting the needs
    • Dedicated or polyvalent, owned or leased
  • A vehicle responding to the constraints
    • New relation to the city (noise, traffic restrictions, Low Emission Zones ...)
  • A vehicle promoting the modal arbitrations
    • Cost Optimization
    • Embedded intelligence
    • Hyper modularity
    • Welfare and personalization (cocoon), silence and comfort
    • New experiences to live and/or to share
  • A vehicle open outward
    • Integrating the global dynamics of urban mobility in terms of uses and imagination
    • Mutual, multimodal and multi-use
    • Break out in the technical, economic and ethical terms

→ The method of traction is merely a means and not an end

automotive services a world of connections
Automotive services: a world of connections
  • Connected with transportation networks & city infrastructures
    • Connections of with public transportation information, parking,…
    • Multimodal services
    • Car sharing & new short term rental services
  • Connected with car services
    • Traffic assistance
    • Navigation services
    • Emergency, Breakdown, Theft,… Assistance
    • Car Servicing & link with car brand (CRM)
  • Connected with personal networks
    • Communication
    • Entertainment
    • Business/Professional activities
mobility need of flexibility connections new areas of services

Public transports

Bike

Car Sharing

Taxi

Car rental

+ Accessibility & Flexibility -

Mobility

From Caisse Commune (Paris)

Walking

Motorcycles

Private cars

10 min

1 h

4 h

10h

- Mobility duration +

Mobility: need of flexibility & connectionsNew areas of services
connected services telematics what are the customer expectations

EFFICIENCY

of BUSINESS

INFOTAINMENT

CAR FLEET Managt

CAR SERVICING/COSTS

MOBILITY of Employees

Individual MOBILITY

SAFETY & SECURITY (People & Goods)

SAFETY & SECURITY (People & Cars)

Connected Services (telematics)What are the customer expectations

INDIVIDUALS (B2C)

COMPANIES (B2B)

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Individual mobility is and will still be strongly related to the automobile
  • Tomorrow, automobile will be urban and specified by developing countries
  • Car mobility in developed countries is stagnant and will further develop as new forms of mobility emerge
  • Risk of mobility specialisation with urban reorganisation (shopping malls closed to housing) and social reorganisation (social network closed to housing)
  • Neo urban mobility requires new objects and new services (i.e. real-time info trafic, free-access vehicle: short-term car rental, long-term car rental, car sharing)
  • Connected services & telematics will be the main lever of bringing new services to customers