The unique forum by Frost & Sullivan will serve as a platform to discuss new mobility solutions
Frost & Sullivan will be organising the Intelligent Mobility 2019 in India on September 11, 2019 in New Delhi. With the government emphasizing electrification and shared mobility, both policymakers and service providers in India need to collaborate more for intelligent mobility. The platform will showcase dynamic shifts in the automotive industry and offer networking opportunities for mobility stakeholders in the country.
As future mobility will evolve, usership and ownership of personal modes of mobility are poised for a major change. Exciting whitespace opportunities for multiple participants at multiple levels will also be presented by connected vehicles, thus parting ways with uni-dimensional, one-size-fits-all.
The summit will bring mobility integrators, futurists, regulatory bodies and OEMs together with their respective key opinions on evolving business models. Various keynote addresses and panel discussions will also be part of the agenda for the event that will be attended by executives from the government, NITI Aayog, ASDC, Kreisel Electric GmbH & Co KG, Bosch India, Mahindra Electric, Porsche Center Bengaluru, Uber India and South Asia, REVV, Ridecell among others.
Sarwant Singh, Managing Partner, Frost & Sullivan, said Intelligent Mobility 2019 in India will highlight key trends and unique business models in mobility.
Kaushik Madhavan, Vice President - Mobility Practice, Frost & Sullivan, said the 2019 event will be an engaging and interactive platform, where the entire mobility value chain and ecosystem stakeholders can discuss challenges and the way forward with new growth opportunities.
Frost & Sullivan’s Intelligent Mobility 2019 will offer:
· Perspective on ‘Personalisation’ that has been made possible by connected technologies
· Thought leadership on vehicle subscription and cars-as-a-marketplace – both global perspective and Indian potential
· Key trends and understand the evolution of Vehicle Life cycle Management
· How monetising car data has become a lucrative revenue stream
· Getting future ready as the industry moves towards connected, autonomous, shared and electric framework