Linking mobility spaces - Transformation path mobility

Transformation path mobility


In addition to numerous client projects with BMW, Bosch, Continental and Volkswagen, we have discussed the topic of future mobility in various multi-client projects from a variety of perspectives and presented it at numerous conferences. A new article will now take a look at the overarching findings and trends that have emerged from a cross-comparison of the various projects.


Hardly any other sector has been as much the focus of future analyses in recent years as the automotive industry and mobility. This is hardly surprising, as there are only a few other fields in which the current megatrends and technological developments are exerting such a strong impact and opening up scope for disruptive change.


The starting point for the analysis is the interlinking of our publicly available studies on rural and urban mobility. Many experiences from other customer projects can be mirrored in these considerations. For this purpose, we have compared the scenarios of the multi-client processes and combined them into holistic mobility worlds.


From this overarching view, various basic thought patterns or paradigms become clear, which are repeatedly visible in the discussion about the future of mobility. In principle, these paradigms can also be found in a wide variety of customer projects. However, they are often placed in a more specific context and expanded to include statements on strategically relevant detailed aspects such as drive systems or interiors. You can find a description of the content of the thought patterns as well as detailed information on the methodical approach and the derived transformation path on pages 38, 39 and 40 of the ScMI Annual Report 2022 (GERMAN edition).


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