The results of the report prepared by CITE Research for Dassault Systèmes shed light on the city trends and perspectives of 2030.
Mobility, which changes the way we live, travel and buy, transforms all dimensions of our lives. Tomorrow's mobility systems will probably be very different from existing systems in many countries today; because it will place the individual and common travel systems at the center of important innovations. In order to develop smart solutions that will enable passengers to move faster and safer, it is necessary to invest in the transportation system to develop new policies, advanced creative designs, new solutions and new technologies. Pollution and traffic density are among the reasons that make this necessary.
By 2030, the idea of mobility will be more service-oriented and approach a sustainable mobility system. This is also critical for Turkey; because Turkey is planning to increase its sales and all major automobile manufacturers are preparing to launch electric vehicles on the market within the next three years.
In this context, shaping the future of the Transportation and Mobility industry with vehicle innovation and playing an important role in the fields of transportation and mobility Dassault SystèmesBy publishing a research on mobility in 2030, he shared important findings on the future of transportation and how technological progress will change our behavior. On behalf of Dassault Systèmes, CITE Research (www.citeresearch.com) research company conducted internet surveys with 1.000 adults from the USA. The surveys conducted between 19-29 November 2018 revealed the customer experience expectations of the users about home, travel and retail areas.
Majority predicts to use hybrid or electric vehicle in 2030
The respondents expect hybrid or electric vehicles to become widespread in 2030, and about three-quarters say they will have such a car (75% think it will be hybrid, 71% think they will use a charged hybrid or electric vehicle). More than half of them foresee an autonomous vehicle (63%), a driverless vehicle (57%) or hyperloop train (51%).
Among the male participants, the expectation of using a recharged electric vehicle (75%), autonomous vehicle (69%), driverless vehicle (64%), hyperloop train (56%) and personal air taxi (43%) was higher. Those with a household income of more than $ 100 are also more likely to use these technologies.
Survey respondents expect a range of features from mobility services by 2030
Most participants expect to see all mobility services by 2030. Expectation to share your car is most common in Generation Y (25-34 years) (77% see it as likely). It is more common for men to expect internet parking (78%) and to share their car (66%).
mobilitye technology will provide the following three key benefits: cost reduction, time savings and safety
Among the benefits, young adults emphasize personalization most - 18% of the 24-40 age group and 25% of the 34-38 age group count it as one of the three main benefits. They also put more emphasis on automation.
Older participants mainly focus on saving time (35% of the 44-60 age group, 45% of the 54-58 age group, and 55% of the 57 and older group see this as one of the three main benefits).
Increased interest in security surveillance, local power generation / procurement and common work areas
The respondents are not willing to give government or private companies access to their personal information (more than half say they won't do it in 2030).
Younger participants between the ages of 18-44 have a higher expectation of all these behaviors than those older than 45 and older - except for security surveillance. Those who tend to adopt technology quickly have higher expectations of all these technologies / behaviors.
To sum up, by 2030, consumers expect a range of technological advances in transport, including the transition to hybrid / electric / autonomous vehicles, to become the norm. Success of new generation vehicles; it requires advanced creative designs, common intelligence, system engineering and multi-field collaboration. Driverless, internet-connected vehicles herald a productive, affordable, clean and environmentally friendly travel age.