The mobility industry is at an inflection point. Connected, autonomous, shared, and electric (C.A.S.E.) trends are transforming the way people live, work, and travel. Meanwhile, intensifying concerns over pollution and congestion push the mobility industry to explore decarbonized, sustainable alternatives.

Frost & Sullivan’s 14th annual Intelligent Mobility Summit, slated to be held on September 7-8, 2022, will explore how the industry is transforming “Towards A Sustainable Future.” Panel discussions and presentations over the two-day virtual event will cover four main themes, including “The Future of Mobility: Transformation from Mobility-as-a-Service to Lifestyle-as-a-Service.”

Curated sessions will examine a transforming mobility landscape and changes to city structures, stakeholder dynamics, and the potential growth trajectory of current and future mobility modes. Key agenda topics for discussion include:

  • Closing mobility gaps and unlocking opportunities.
  • Making innovative mobility tech work.
  • Reimagining stakeholder roles.

Smart cities are looking to Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) concepts to promote flexible, integrated, and multimodal approaches. Meanwhile, the move toward a sharing, on-demand economy is spurring the growth of models like ride-hailing and carsharing.

Urban air mobility and self-driving scenarios will alter how people and goods are transported. Personal mobility is poised to further transform with the emergence of new multidimensional travel alternatives.

Along with these developments, stakeholders across the mobility ecosystem will need to embrace a vision of smart, safe, and sustainable mobility for all.

This and more such interesting topics will be discussed at Frost & Sullivan’s 14th Annual Intelligent Mobility Summit 2022. To know more or to register, visit – https://frost.ly/7e8

Amrita Shetty

Amrita Shetty is Communications & Content Senior Manager within Frost & Sullivan's Mobility practice.

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