Troubador Corporate Mobility Breakthrough 2020

Released: 17/02/2017

ISBN: 9781789013269

eISBN: 9781785897481

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By 2020, cities throughout Europe will have banned entry by internal-combustion engine vehicles. Almost all countries will have considerably stricter urban transport regulations in place. Most will have embraced autonomous technology as a key element in saving lives. Many will have implemented new building and development codes in support of shared mobility and reduced congestion. Virtually all new cars sold by 2020 will have the sort of advanced driver assistance systems that allow for full-autonomous driving on highways (and highly-supported driving in cities). By 2020, Uber, Google and Apple will have launched their electric, fully autonomous fleets. Road platoons of driverless trucks will leave the port of Rotterdam across Europe. Companies will have reevaluated their own use of vehicle assets. All will strive for vast improvements on emissions and sustainability; many will reach the conclusion that utilisation rates must be improved upon; some will have launched pilot programs using autonomous logistics, including drones. The world of mobility is undergoing a vast transformation. This book highlights the changes inherent in the mobility revolution, and how corporate and commercial users are playing a key role in supporting a breakthrough by 2020.

A "fascinating tour-de-force of the mobility revolution... Neckermann’s book is a dynamite to clear our mind in order to see how the future takes shape in our key industries and in our ever more nomadic ways of life."

Professor Markku Wilenius
Finland Futures Research Centre
Turku School of Business

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Lukas Neckermann

Lukas Neckermann is a strategy advisor, entrepreneur and educator with 20 years of leadership experience in automotive, media and financial services in the US, the UK and Germany. His passion is for guiding corporate visions toward strategy and implementation through innovation processes, planning and staff engagement. He is an evangelist and consultant to companies on the "Three Zeroes" of transformative change in the automobile industry: Zero Emissions, Zero Accidents, Zero Ownership.

After beginning his career at a radio station in Ithaca, New York, Lukas joined BMW Group in Munich, where he was responsible for interactive media and Internet marketing as well as licensing BMWs for video games. At BMW, he also developed the communication strategy for the Z8 and worked in Internal Marketing Consulting. After BMW, he held significant leadership roles at financial services company Allianz SE, including Head of Business Development for Allianz Automotive. He left the Allianz Group after several years as Commercial Director and member of the Executive Board at Euler Hermes in the UK and Ireland.

Independently, Lukas was a member of the core team of the first Open Source Car project (TheOSCarproject.org), co-founded Monoventure Srl (a real-estate investment company in Romania), MN Innovative Communication Inc. in New York, Neckermann Ltd in London and the Freckleray brand. He regularly works with leading management consulting companies, is a Senior Advisor to the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), and is Senior Advisor of a start-up for shared electric vehicles.

Lukas is an Adjunct Faculty member at New York University, has lectured and taught courses to thousands of executives from over 40 countries and has spoken at countless conferences on marketing, business development, communication, leadership and corporate education. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Science and Technology Studies from Cornell University and an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. He divides his time between London, Munich and upstate New York.

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