Digital Vision for Mobility

The future direction of travel

Autonomous cars:
myth or reality?

 

Plotting the path of

the UK’s hybrid mobility mix.

Creating the new mobility ecosystem

Safe, efficient movement of people and goods is at the very heart of a successful economy. Digital enablers are now vital for transport and logistics providers to improve customer experience while optimising assets and reducing emissions. With new types of connected mobility services, partnerships are needed between providers to share data and invest in digital platforms. Our Digital Vision for Mobility explores the impact of digital transformation on the transport, personal mobility and logistics markets.

Philip Chalmers, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Atos UK & Ireland

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Digital Vision for Mobility

The future direction of travel

Transport and logistics are leading other markets in digital transformation. This paper explores opportunities and challenges for transport and logistics providers in this rapidly evolving space.

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Key topics – Digital Vision for Mobility



Mobility as a Service

How subscription-based Mobility as a Service will transform personal mobility, public transit and the movement of goods, plus the priorities for implementation.

Future of digital rail

Why connected technologies are critical to meeting demands to improve the efficiency and capacity of railways while ensuring safety and enhancing customer experience.

Intelligent transport systems

New and upcoming advances in smart motorways, connected vehicles and intelligent traffic flow management to improve safety and reduce emissions and congestion.

Logistics 4.0

With Industry 4.0 technologies set to revolutionise supply chains, how innovators are rethinking traditional logistics and why companies must adapt to keep pace.

Related resources

Infographic

The future direction of travel

Road, rail and logistics operators and innovators are making advances every day that keep people, goods and the UK economy moving.

Video

Join Atos on the trail of the evolution of transport services

From Mobility as a Service to autonomous vehicles and smart motorways, hop on an animated tour of the Digital Vision for Mobility.

Blog

Mobility is getting personal

With increasing technological convergence that will make personal mobility easier than ever before, the transport industry is ready for a reboot.

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following contributors. If you wish to send feedback, please email us via the details at the bottom of the page.

Adrian Gregory
Atos Senior Executive Vice President and CEO UK & Ireland

Philip Chalmers
Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Atos UK & Ireland

Jesse Norman MP
Minister of State for Transport

Kulveer Ranger
Senior Vice President, Strategy & Communications, Atos UK & Ireland

Ben Foulser
Associate Director, Infrastructure Advisory Group, KPMG LLP

Andrew Nagioff
Customer Experience Project Manager, Transport for London

Theo Quick
Vice President & Global Market Leader: Transportation & Hospitality, Atos UK&I

John Hall
Head of Strategy & Portfolio, Atos International

Matthew Evans
Director, Market Programmes, techUK

Thomas Rose
Intern, Public Affairs, Atos UK&I

Eleanor Healy
Home Office Account Manager, Atos UK&I

Vaughan Freeman
Head of Transport Systems Consultancy, Worldline UK&I

Sunil Munsif
Vice President & Sales Director – Transport, Atos UK&I

James Bain
James Bain, Director Mobility and eTransactional Services, Worldline

Mark Ferrer
Operations Director, Digital Railway, Siemens Rail Automation UK

Rafael Sánchez
Customer Engineer, Google

Prashant Jare
Retail & Logistics, Client Partner, Atos Syntel

Uwe Schumacher
VP Business Development, Siemens Digital Logistics

Jennie Martin
Secretary General, ITS UK

David Savage
UK General Manager, mytaxi

Sunil Munsif, Vice President & Sales Director – Transport, Atos UK&I