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IT for Mobility

Mobility covers a large number of different technology areas and markets, which does not only encompass vehicles that take people from point A to point B, but also includes all kinds of technologies that make people more mobile (like for example mobile phones etc.). These, however, consist of a large set of sub-technologies that are hard to capture at the same time. In this project, the patent, trade, prodcom, investment and skills analysis focus on a sub-section of mobility, which is related to vehicles only, e.g. satellite navigation and radio-location, which are also the core technologies that are necessary to make autonomous driving work.

Enterprise mobility

The survey analysis captures mobility in terms of the workforce. The enterprise mobility market is made up of a conglomeration of mobile solutions and technologies, including hardware, software and services, empowering a borderless workforce to securely work anywhere, at any time and from any device. It does not include only the provision of smartphones or tablets to the workforce but also all the tools and applications for transforming key processes, from internal operations to operations with customers and suppliers, all the way from the shop floor to the top floor and from the back office to the end customers.

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Autonomous cars

The prosperity of connected cars also propel the progress of autonomous driving, which is commonly agreed by the auto industry as “the capability of a car to drive partly or fully by itself, with limited or no human intervention”.

Adoption of novel technologies across the automotive value chain

The automotive industry is one of the oldest of the industrial era,having gone through various revolutionary phases throughout the decades.Initially requiring a high level of manual labour,the industry increasingly introduced robots into its production cycle and is currently boosting its integrat