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Mobility - sustainable and software-driven

In the future, mobility will be offered and consumed exclusively via digital channels and platforms.

With our experienced team of consultants for digitalization in automotive and mobility, we turn challenges into new opportunities.

The market for mobility is in the midst of transformation. Sustainability, regulation, digitization and platform-based business models are leading to a reorganization. Connected vehicles and infrastructures provide large amounts of valuable data. Being able to capture, evaluate and interpret this data is becoming a core competency critical to success. Autonomous driving requires software and hardware expertise in equal measure. Sensor sets and neural networks are core topics. Sharing and subscription offers provide flexibility. Electrified drives are gaining ground. Vehicles, mobility and payment services are merging into integrated ecosystems. The challenge is to tap into new revenue streams, seamlessly connect physical and digital assets, and occupy the customer interface. A profound rethinking is required.

In this transformation, new players are entering the market with great dynamism and challenging the classic industry to an unprecedented degree. We assume that mobility will be offered and consumed exclusively via digital channels and platforms in the future. In addition to digital players, this also poses new challenges for cities, public transport and energy providers.

With our experienced team of consultants for digitalization in automotive and mobility, we turn challenges into opportunities. We support our customers in positioning themselves for this digital future with ecologically and economically innovative business models and in taking the necessary change into their own hands at the process, IT and organizational levels.

Mobility of the future

  • Mobility becomes sustainable

    Through regulation, sustainability will become the critical core of future mobility products and a central value proposition for customers.

  • Mobility becomes more flexible

    Motorized individual mobility will decline and gradually be replaced by multimodal and autonomous mobility.

  • Mobility becomes more expensive

    Expenditure on mobility per household and year will continue to rise worldwide. The main drivers are rising energy costs and CO2 prices.

  • Mobility is consumed digitally

    In addition to familiar customer requirements such as speed "from A to B," convenience and availability, mobility should above all be easy and uniformly consumable digitally.

  • Mobility is organized digitally

    "Stand alone" mobility offerings will not succeed. Strategic partnerships and provider-agnostic operating systems (Mobility.OS) are needed to be able to make region-specific offers.

Our expertise

The mobility market continues to gain momentum. At MHP, we advise established and new companies on a successful product and market entry strategy. Together with our clients, we develop suitable business and IT architectures, advise on agilization and change management, and help establish a software-driven mindset.

Our multidisciplinary team of experts offers deep expertise in technology and processes, systems analysis, urban and traffic planning, platform economics, design and transportation. We advise you across the entire digital mobility value chain - from ideation, services and platforms into the vehicle, its control units and sensor technology.

As an active player in the mobility ecosystem, MHP maintains an excellent network with both start-ups and corporates, which we are happy to contribute to joint projects. Travel with us into the future of mobility!

Let's Unbox the Future of Mobility

Impressions and interviews with experts at the MHPFestival 2019.

Urban Mobility

According to the UN, two-thirds of the world's population will live in cities in 2050. The number of megacities with more than 10 million inhabitants is growing rapidly.

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