In the show, J. Richard Jones talks with Colin Earp, Partner and National Transport Leader at KPMG.
Mobility is going to be a large part of the future but just what that future would be like? Today, we can see what the next generation of transport would be like – spending more time in traffic congestion. From a transport perspective, how do we use the technology and thinking to avoid this problem and drive better cities and remote access in the future?
To lead in the transport transformation, we need to understand the key indicators of readiness, timeliness for adoption, and how to manage the opportunities and risks associated with this customer-led transit transformation.
In the next 10 years, the transport industry is estimated to become a $22 trillion per annum market. With such explosive growth, Colin talks about how autonomous and connected vehicles will continue to increase in the next few years. He also points out that the adoption of new technologies will result in fewer cars on the road and less space for parking and garages.
To learn more about the future of transport and mobility, register to attend the 2019 Mobility Hackathon: Developing practical answers to ‘future mobility’ questions. This event will be held at KPMG at the Bay Adelaide Centre in Toronto on May 9.