Global Shared and Autonomous Mobility Industry Outlook, 2020
|発行||Frost & Sullivan||商品コード||824906|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 88 Pages
|世界の共有モビリティ&自動運転モビリティ産業の展望 Global Shared and Autonomous Mobility Industry Outlook, 2020|
|出版日: 2020年04月21日||ページ情報: 英文 88 Pages||
Slowdown in the Global Shared Mobility Market Due to COVID-19 Pandemic; GMV Expected to Grow by a Mere 1.1% between 2019 and 2020
This study aims to analyze and forecast the global shared mobility market for 2019 and 2020. It takes into consideration factors such as evolving business models in the shared mobility space, market consolidations and partnerships, and key market trends. It will benefit mobility service providers, OEMs, car rental and leasing companies, financial service providers, technology solution providers, and a host of other industry participants looking to understand current mobility market trends and their implications.
The study looks at 10 collaborative business models-carsharing, P2P carsharing, corporate carsharing, eHailing, ridesharing, corporate ridesharing, dynamic shuttle, micromobility, Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), and autonomous shuttles. Market analysis is done for 2019 and the forecast is for 2020. Increased urbanization is one of the primary reasons for the popularity of these business models. Coupled with rapid expansion of cities, this has resulted in a spike in congestion and pollution. Such stress on city resources has forced government institutions and municipalities to look at alternative means to managing cities. This has brought about a transformation, moving toward smart shared solutions that are more sustainable, green, and resourceful.
The scope of the research includes:
Market measurements are analyzed for the year of 2019 and 2020. An extensive list of key trends to watch for and the outlook for 2020 is also discussed.
Growth analysis, competitive landscape, and future technology trends are discussed in the competitive analysis segment. The base year for the study is 2019 and the forecast is for 2020. Over a short time span, the shared mobility market is expected to evolve at a seemingly rapid pace. Key metrics discussed in the study are the members, vehicles, and revenues for the applicable business models. The research service also discusses key trends that affect these segments. The mobility market is witnessing a lot of activity in terms of investments/mergers and acquisitions among various stakeholders. This report expects the shared mobility market to observe a stagnant growth in 2020 due to the onset of COVID-19 affecting various shared mobility modes. Corporate carsharing, corporate ridesharing, and DRT, will be the most affected segments due to various policy changes by governments like restricted travel, shutdown of public places, and work-from-home policies. eHailing will see a drop in utilization rates in the short term and drivers opting to provide shift to food and grocery delivery services. Micromobility is expected to be one of the first markets to bounce back following the impact.
Ride hailing players will branch out into the financial space in 2020 by likely creating a separate arm. Urban mobility hubs as a concept is picking up in cities as parking garages and service stations are being refurbished as mobility hubs.
For the traditional carsharing, P2P carsharing, dynamic shuttle, MaaS, autonomous shuttles, and eHailing market segments, the geographic scope covered is global, while for ridesharing and micromobility the scope is North America and Europe. For the corporate carsharing segment, the geographic scope is limited to Europe.
This study analyzes the global shared mobility market from multiple facets to unravel key market drivers and growth opportunities that exist for companies and key stakeholders for them to action upon in the near future.