Lux Research is hosting an invitation only Executive Briefing session together with Intellectual Property Intermediary (IPI) in Singapore on 16th July 2019.
The theme for this event is "Planning for disruption in a future of shared mobility."
The world is on a cusp of some of the most disruptive trends in mobility seen in the last century, as vehicles with zero emissions that can drive themselves are operating on roads today. Parallel to technology innovations, a rise in new types of ride-hailing and car-sharing business models are re-defining how people access mobility. The intersection of electric and autonomous vehicles with new business models is the most disruptive threat the automotive industry has faced in a century. This Executive Briefing will feature Lux analysts sharing their vision of how the shared mobility space is expected to evolve and take a deeper dive into how companies are currently building mobility platforms of the future.
Lux Research's Senior Analyst, Christopher Robinson will share Lux’s vision of which services and features will be a part of those platforms, and discuss which industries – ride-hailing incumbents, automakers, or tech and internet companies – are building this future.
Yuan-Sheng Yu, Senior Analyst, will also present specific case studies of how companies can leverage shared mobility platforms to provide additional services such as financial services, healthcare, and small goods delivery.