IDnow (www.idnow.io) publishes their first trend report for the mobility sector: “Future mobility: An industry in transformation”.
As a leading provider of Identity Verification-as-a-Service solutions, IDnow serves more than 250 customers, including numerous companies in the mobility industry. Customers include Sixt, Cluno or TIER but also traditional car manufacturers. The Trend Report provides an overview of an industry in transformation and highlights current opportunities.
Very few industries are currently undergoing as much change as the mobility sector. Technological developments and the demand for climate-friendly and sustainable transport alternatives are driving the enormous changes in the mobility industry and creating new business models.
IDnow’s Trend Report discusses current topics such as new mobility services, autonomous driving, digitalisation and electrification. It also addresses the changing user behaviour and shows the opportunities of digitalisation and how new technologies such as AI (artificial intelligence) help to provide maximum user friendliness.
“The mobility sector is experiencing an enormous upheaval for some years now. Traditional car manufactures and local public transport have been joined by more and more new mobility service providers and trends such as micro-mobility and sharing concepts. All these companies are now striving for the best user-friendliness. It is extremely exciting to work with customers from various sectors of the mobility industry and find new solutions together”, says Peer Geiger, Mobility Lead at IDnow.
IDnow has been operating in the European market since 2014 and is an expert in KYC solutions. With its Identity Verification-as-a-Service platform, IDnow offers secure and simple solutions for identity verification to companies from various industries.
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