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Dear Reader,

Today, new business models introduced by companies such as Uber and Lyft are changing the way we view mobility systems, while technological innovation in the form of electrification, connectivity, and autonomy is set to bring additional opportunities to business and urban areas. There could also be advantages for wider society: advanced transport could resolve environmental issues and improve citizens' health. Too often, though, our mobility systems cease to function efficiently: streets become clogged -blighted by congestion and pollution - and less safe as increasing numbers of vehicles stress the available infrastructure. 

This combination of metropolitan expansion and rapid innovation will inevitably drive significant change - but what will the future of mobility systems look like? 

This report (courtesy of McKinsey) seeks to uncover some of the key trends by addressing the following questions: how will advanced mobility take shape in different urban environments? Will society be better or worse off, and what will the main drivers be? Do changes in local mobility systems have global impact? If we are to reap the economic and societal benefits of advanced mobility systems, how could we accelerate our move towards them?

If the report was of interest to you, I would like to invite you to join us at Autonomous Vehicles Asia Summit in Singapore on the 21 - 23 February 2017.Key topics of discussion include: the regulation, infrastructure, implementation, and technical issues pertaining to autonomous vehicles.

To learn more about the event, click here to download the brochure. Alternatively, email us at

I look forward to hearing from you. 

Joshua Lim
Conference Producer
Autonomous Vehicles Asia Summit 

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