ACES: Connected - Mobility Integrates Technology into the Automotive World

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aces-week4-060722_HorizonA.C.E.S technology is the pursuit of the autonomous (self-driving vehicle), where connectivity integrates with the new business model designed around alternative power, electrification, and shared riding is prioritized.

Technology-driven trends will revolutionize how mobility industry players respond to changing consumer behavior, develop partnerships, and drive transformational change. Several key trends will reinforce and accelerate the Automotive value chain. Driven by shared mobility, connectivity services, and feature upgrades, new business models could expand automotive revenue by more than 30 percent, more than $2 trillion. The automotive revenue pool will significantly increase and diversify toward on-demand mobility services and data-driven services. 

As drivers and consumers, we expect connectivity in all aspects of life, and being on the move is no different. The demand for a ‘computer on wheels ‘has manufacturers seeing a revenue stream in the monetization of connectivity; consumers are demanding and paying for basic connectivity features such as in-vehicle hot spots and alerts for vehicle maintenance check-ups. The next shift from reactive to predictive intelligence using artificial intelligence creates both driver and passenger opportunities, as personalized controls and infotainment links widen the range for advertisers. Any live interaction through various modes (such as voice and gestures) allows proactive recommendations on services and functions. Leading to a connected vehicle providing a “virtual driver” experience using cognitive AI, which links communication and coordination – imagine your vehicle collects your shopping during your lunch break!

The advancement of connectivity across multiple industries continues to rise, and the use of sensor technology expands across all forms of transportation. The manufacturing demand for the ‘semi-conductor’ known as a CHIP continues to drive technology advancements to the next level.

The mobility generation will rely more on being connected, as differentiation between manufacturers and sellers relies on technology solutions for tomorrow.  

 

 

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Blog was originally posted on June 13, 2022 7 AM

Topics: Automotive & Mobility, ACES

Automotive & Mobility

Written by Automotive & Mobility

At Expeditors, we understand the shift to mobility incorporating technology in automotive supply chains continues to drive the need for change. The demand for autonomous, connected, electrified, and shared driving relies on logistics expertise and the capability to respond to the expectations of manufacturers, the aftermarket industry, and suppliers around the world. Expeditors vertical solutions keep supply chain operations efficient and on time using real-time technology, combining agile processes and industry expertise to service customers in all mobility sectors. Expeditors Vertical team provides the specialist industry knowledge aligned to the supply chain needs of our customers around the world. Our wide-ranging vertical strategy provides the logistics solutions to exceed the needs of the next generation of Expeditors automotive and mobility business partners.

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