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Otonomo’s research shows that most drivers do not want a future of public transport-style mobility, many have strong concerns about autonomous vehicles and most want to monitor the data their cars generate.
New Otonomo Report: Shared Mobility and AV – Who wants them?
Hertzliya, Israel, Oct. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Otonomo, the leading automotive data services platform provider, today announced the results of a new consumer study fielded by SBD Automotive. Connected car data is driving the evolution from private ownership to shared mobility and autonomous driving. But data alone will not enable adoption of these technologies. Consumer trust, enabling technologies, and government action are needed for transformation to take place. Consumer buy-in is critical, so along with SBD Automotive, Otonomo surveyed over 2500 drivers regarding their concerns and opinions about shared mobility and autonomous vehicles.
“Putting the driver first is in Otonomo’s DNA,” said Ben Volkow, Founder and CEO. ”We believe that for technologies to succeed they must meet the needs of consumers. Otonomo, the automakers, service providers and transportation facilitators need to listen to the interests and concerns of consumers. We hope that this survey provides additional consumer insights that will bring us closer to a future that includes richer driver experiences, more efficient fleet management, shared mobility and ultimately autonomous vehicles, all based on secure and privacy protected connected car data.”
The complete report, Data-Driven Driving: Shifting into Shared Mobility and Autonomous Cars (Download PDF) (View online flipbook) is available online at no charge. Below are a select group of key findings.
Key Findings Shared Mobility
Only 34% want a transport-style mobility of the future
29% said they would share their car
40% said they prefer to access a shared car
(Bloomberg) — India’s benchmark equity index ended the session little changed as gains in Reliance Industries Ltd. and Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. were offset by a decline in banks and consumer stocks.
The S&P BSE Sensex closed at 37,973.22 after swinging between gains of as much as 0.7% and a fall of 0.4% in Mumbai. The NSE Nifty 50 Index fell 0.1%. The previous two sessions of gains have helped trim both gauges’ first monthly losses since May, with overseas investors remaining net sellers of local stocks after four consecutive months of buying.
“In the absence of major cues, it appears to be a traders’ market,” said Chokkalingam G, chief investment officer at Equinomics Research & Advisory Ltd. in Mumbai. “Investors should trade cautiously and book profits wherever they can.”
India’s government is likely to unveil its borrowing plan for the second half of the year Wednesday, while the central bank has yet to reschedule a policy meeting that had been scheduled to start today.
The rupee weakened 0.1% to 73.8587 per U.S. dollar, while the yield on 10-year government bonds fell three basis points to 6.04%.
Twelve of 19 sector indexes compiled by BSE Ltd. fell, led by a 2.1% decline in a gauge of telecom companies weighed on by Bharti Airtel Ltd.ICICI Bank Ltd. contributed the most to the Sensex decline, decreasing 1.6%, while Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd. had the largest drop, falling 3.8%Reliance Industries Ltd. provided the biggest boost to