HMI & UX, Smart Mobility

Connected Carsharing as a New Business Model for OEMs - Whitepaper available

What’s ahead for the automotive sector?

Greater connectivity is reinventing customers’ interactions with vehicles and presenting OEMs with an opportunity to move into the profitable (and adjacent) transportation and mobility markets.

Consumers in mature markets are starting to view vehicle ownership as a costly nuisance rather than a personal convenience. With an array of public transportation options plus e-hailing and carsharing services, even the most avid drivers are abandoning their wheels in favor of multi-modal journeys. To stay profitable, OEMs will need to step away from product sales and start providing services.

The good news is that OEMs already have the prerequisites to triumph in the MaaS sector: embedded connectivity, decreasing costs of electrified vehicles, and major breakthroughs in autonomous driving.

Download the whitepaper to discover how these trends are shaping the shared mobility market and laying the foundations for the MaaS platforms of the future — platforms that will drive additional profit for OEMs.

Key topics in this paper:

Meet the average carsharing consumer: on-demand mobility over ownership.
The ‘shared’ automotive landscapes: EU/UK – North America outlook
Shared mobility: opportunities’ spotlight for OEMs
Comparative analysis of OEMs’ carsharing and MaaS offerings
Key tech partners for shared mobility services
Connected carsharing – the necessary foothold for MaaS

Since 2002, Intellias has used its experience in big data technologies, secure cloud infrastructure, and complex ML and AI algorithms to help OEMs and Tier 1 vendors from Germany,  the UK, Japan, and South Korea build highly automated driving systems. Intellias has become a trusted technology partner in building safe, adaptive and AI-based software solutions for connected and autonomous driving.