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Global Mobility as a Service Market 2018 - 10 Year Forecast to 2028 - Market to Reach $1.75 Trillion
[October 10, 2018]

Global Mobility as a Service Market 2018 - 10 Year Forecast to 2028 - Market to Reach $1.75 Trillion

DUBLIN, Oct 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --

The "Global Mobility as a Service Market: Focus on Business Models, Supply Chain, Electric Vehicle, Autonomous Vehicles, and Bikes - Analysis and Forecast, 2018-2028" report has been added to's offering.

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The value estimated for MaaS market is expected to be $1,759.82 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 49.55% during 2018-2028.

The report offers insight on how Mobility as a Service (MaaS) can transform the future of transportation infrastructure design during 2018-2028. MaaS collaborates all the elements of the transportation ecosystem into one platform to present transportation as a service. The foremost factor for the sky-high rise in the demand of this service is the assurance of on-demand ride availability. It caters to a huge customer base by gaining on the point of providing a convenient commute by assimilating the service requirements, modes, and planning requirements.

Additionally, a large amount of data collection, gathered through its service platform enables development of customer target solutions. Further, the advancement of technology has favored in the advancement of this industry. The penetration of smartphones in the lives of people has increased the accessibility of this service.

Mobility as a Service industry requires a well-integrated system of service providers, service integrators, and end users. This integration is categorized into four sub heads- platform providers, transport system, products and services, and customers.

MaaS is the futuristic form of modern transportation service. The global MaaS ecosystem is a complex network of collaborators, strategists, and technologists. A leading factor of this service is on-demand assured ride with associated value-added features. It also gives the consumers a wide range of choices: types of commute, types of pricing, duration of service, choice of driver, and real-time journey optimization, among others. A local taxi service provider is at the grass root level in the mobility service supply chain. Service providers can easily integrate multi-modal options such as sharing of ride, car or bike, and leasing of taxi or car for a time-span. A MaaS platform integrates activities such as journey planning, booking car/ride, journey tracking, payment, and service feedback.

At its core, mobility as a service combines service solution and manufacturing into an end-to-end service package. It collects various types of service requirements, modes, and planning requirements into an efficiently integrated platform to develop commuter interest in sing a convenient service. It can cater to a vast customer base, irrespective of the age, gender, or demography of these customers. MaaS operator collects commuter data in the form of journey, locations, and time spent, among others.

This data can be optimized by data analytics to draw important service insights. As one of the most valuable assets in the ecosystem, data enable customer-centric solution development. MaaS can impact travel behavior of a commuter without directly disrupting the day-to-day activities of the commuters. It can help a policy maker to drive travel habits into commuters as per the resource availability. MaaS industry is majorly a private sector which focus on disrupting the conventional vehicle ownership model. This has forced the automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to develop their inhouse mobility solution to be competitive in the market.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary

1 Market Introduction
1.1 Mobility as a Service (MaaS) Market Definition
1.1.1 Key Objectives of Global MaaS Market
1.2 Market Structure

2 Market Dynamics
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 Market Drivers Growing Demand for On-Demand Transportation Service Extensive Role of Government in the Development of MaaS Integrated Mobility Service
2.1.2 Market Challenges Highly Customer-Centric Ecosystem Data Security and Privacy of Consumers Low Awareness About the Total Lifetime Cost for Private Vehicle Ownership and Service Ownerships
2.1.3 Market Opportunities Advancement in the Information and Communication Technologies Growth of Autonomous, Connected, and Electrified Vehicle (ACE)

3 Competitive Insights
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Key Developments and Strategies
3.2.1 New Products and Service Launch
3.2.2 Partnerships, Collaborations, and Joint Ventures
3.2.3 Mergers and Acquisitions
3.2.4 Business Expansions
3.2.5 Other
3.3 Competitive Index

4 Supply Chain
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Platform Providers
4.3 Transportation System
4.4 Product and Service
4.4.1 On-demand transportation
4.4.2 Private transportation
4.4.3 Logistic services
4.4.4 Multi-modal transportation services
4.4.5 Autonomous transportation services
4.4.6 Delivery transportation services
4.5 Customer
4.6 Government Laws Regulating the MaaS Market

5 Business Model for Mobility as a Service Market
5.1 Introduction
5.1.1 Business to Business
5.1.2 Business to Customer
5.1.3 Business to Industry
5.1.4 Business to Government
5.2 MaaS Market Maturity Indicators

6 Understanding the MaaS Ecosystem in Major Countries
6.1 The U.S. MaaS Ecosystem
6.2 The U.K. MaaS Ecosystem
6.3 Finland MaaS Ecosystem

7 Comparative Pricing: Owning a Car vs MaaS
7.1 Private Vehicle Ownership Study
7.1.1 Fixed Cost Estimation for Vehicle Sales
7.1.2 Variable Cost Estimation for Vehicle Sales
7.2 Uber and Lyft Pricing

8 Global Mobility as a Service Market (by Service Type)
8.1 Assumptions and Limitations for Market Size Calculations
8.2 Overview
8.3 Ride-sharing
8.4 Ride-hailing
8.5 Car-sharing
8.6 Bus/Shuttle Service
8.7 Others

9 Global Mobility as a Service Market (by Requirement Types)
9.1 Overview
9.2 Daily Commuter
9.3 First and Last Mile Connectivity
9.4 Inter-city Trips
9.5 Off-peak and Shift Work Commute
9.6 Airport or Mass Transit Stations Trips
9.7 Others

10 Global Mobility as a Service Market (by Usage Type)
10.1 Overview
10.2 Personal Lines
10.3 Commercial Lines

11 Global Mobility as a Service Market (by Region)

12 Company Profiles

  • BlaBlaCar
  • Bridj
  • Car2Go
  • Careem
  • CityMapper
  • DiDi Chuxing
  • Easy Mile
  • Floatility
  • GoCurb
  • Grabss
  • InDrive
  • LYFT
  • LeCabs
  • Mobike
  • Ofo
  • Ola
  • Product Offering
  • Product Portfolio
  • Scoot
  • Uber
  • Whim
  • Zoox

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