Understanding the Gaps in the Future of Urban Mobility

November 17, 2017 | State of the Market Report

As cities and technologies evolve, urban mobility-related problems soar. Cities are complex systems with disparate issues, but mobility-related challenges are linked to many of them. To address city pain points, investors have poured billions of dollars into a wide variety of technologies, ranging from sensors for autonomous vehicles to mobility-as-a-service and personal mobility. In this report, we evaluate each mobility technology based on its ability to solve pain points for urban mobility, and identify those with disruptive potential.

Coverage Areas

  • Autonomous Systems 2.0
  • Digital Transformation
  • Energy Storage
  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Owning the Energy Transition

Table of Contents

  • Title page
  • Landscape
  • Analysis
  • Outlook

Lead Analysts

Kyle Landry
Analyst
Christopher Robinson
Analyst
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Alex Herceg, P. Eng.
Analyst
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Contributors

Mark Bunger

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