A new Ipsos report looks at the Future of Mobility from a human perspective. Using interviews with thought leaders coupled with exclusive new public opinion data from around the world, the study asks a series of big questions about whether people are ready for the autonomous-vehicle future and how they plan to use this coming technology. But the future of transportation impacts more than just how people drive. It impacts how they live and how and where they shop, how they use their time, and budget their money. Hear Ipsos experts weigh in on what the future of transportation means for other industries:
|Commercial and Residential Real Estate|
|Customer Experience and Loyalty|
Read our GenPop article related to mobility here: Will a driverless future be heaven or hell?
[WEBINAR] Seeing Through New Eyes
When it comes to understanding people today, surface level discussions often fail to uncover the real truth. So when we set out to reveal the reality of middle class American families, we went deep — sending in experts from Ipsos’ Ethnography Center of Excellence (ECE) to immerse themselves with families, and tapping into the Ipsos Behavioral Science Center to interpret findings.