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Insights on connected mobility - from 2025+

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In the study "Mobility. Fulfillment. System: The future of Mobility 2025+" experts from around the world have taken a closer look at the future of mobility. The study followed a holistic, interdisciplinary approach and considered the impact of digitalization as a key factor in the future of mobility. In this session, Prof. Dr. Kecmar will share insights from the study. He will show how a new approach is required to meet the challenges now facing business, science, politics and consumers. In particular, focusing on customers and taking a holistic view on mobility as a fully integrated and connected system is essential to create a better and more sustainable future.

Speaker:

Helmut Krcmar
Chair for Information Systems, Department of Informatics
Technical University Munich

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Insights on connected mobility - from 2025+

  1. 1. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Fujitsu Forum 2017 #FujitsuForum
  2. 2. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Zur Mobilität der Zukunft 2025+ Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar TU München – www.tum.edu Chair for Information Systems Vice-Dean Faculty Informatics Academic Director, Executive MBA in Business and IT Speaker Board of Directors, fortiss GmbH, Munich Chairman of the Research Committee, MÜNCHNER KREIS e.V., München Co-Founder Initiative Digital Transformation – idt.in.tum.de Fujitsu Forum, München, 09.11.2017 © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  3. 3. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar3 A B Mobility is more than transportation © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  4. 4. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar4 Mobility is more than transportation Freedom Access to the labor market Social structures Participation © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  5. 5. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar5 Fast and flexible mobility enabled by digitization $ © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  6. 6. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar6 Fast and Flexible Mobility enabled by DigitizationSo everything fine and it’s clear what to do? © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  7. 7. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar7© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  8. 8. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar8 Partners of the MÜNCHNER KREIS Future Study © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  9. 9. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar9 Our understanding of a mobility fulfillment system (MFS) Actors in the Ecosystem in the form of institutions and companies that manufacture, provide, or support provision of the services and products or infrastructure for the mobility fulfilment system. Products (trains, cars, bicycles, scooters, etc.) Services (public transportation, car sharing, navigation systems, etc.) that realize mobility. Users of the fulfilment system in the form of individuals (people), groups, and organizations, each with their mobility demands. Mobility Infrastructures as enabler, made up of analogue (streets, rails, waterways/airways) and digital (GPS, Wifi) infrastructure components that represent the basis for passenger and goods transport. Goods Transport System with its competition for infrastructure resources. Influences in the form of general (and global) trends and forces from society, politics, technology, and business that will shape the mobility of the future. © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  10. 10. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar10 Creation of the study Summary of the results Project team and partners ZUKU 2017 1., 2. & 3. Workshop Partners‘ input Key questions about the future of mobility structured by the MFS elements Kick-Off: 08.04.2016 1. Wave 26 High level experts Expert statements about the 6 MFS elements via online platform 22.07. – 01.08.206 Delphi Push Partners‘ input Future concepts about 9 topic areas 31.08.2016 2. Wave 23 High level experts Qualitative validation of the future concepts via online platform 23.09. – 09.10.2016 Validation 498 experts Quantitative validation 28.02. – 06.04.2017 Publication Presentation of the study‘s results Discussion between partners, experts and audience 30.05.2017 Research Process © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  11. 11. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar11 We identified nine topic areas relevant for the future of mobility © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  12. 12. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar12 MÜNCHNER KREIS Zukunftsstudie Band VII (2017) © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  13. 13. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar13© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  14. 14. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar14© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  15. 15. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar15© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
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  19. 19. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar19© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  20. 20. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar20© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  21. 21. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar21© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  22. 22. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar22© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  23. 23. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar23© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  24. 24. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar24© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  25. 25. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar25© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  26. 26. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar26© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  27. 27. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar27© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  28. 28. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar28© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  29. 29. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar29© Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  30. 30. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar30 tinyurl.com/zuku2017 or www.muenchner-kreis.de Where to download the study? © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  31. 31. © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar Technische Universität München © Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar31 Thank you for your attention! Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar TU München – www.tum.edu Chair for Information Systems Vice-Dean Faculty Informatics Academic Director, Executive MBA in Business and IT Speaker Board of Directors, fortiss GmbH, Munich Chairman of the Research Committee, MÜNCHNER KREIS e.V., München Co-Founder Initiative Digital Transformation – idt.in.tum.de © Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar

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