64% of consumers expect either same-, next-, or two-day delivery. With the cost to fulfill orders soaring, brands must turn fulfillment into a strategic asset. Fulfillment must be smarter, closer to the consumer, and automated.
According to a recent Upwork survey, 1 in 4 Americans (26.7%) will be working remotely in 2021. In 2018 it was only 7%.
Axios reports 53% of American would switch industries while 40%+ Americans may quit their job post-pandemic.
According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, discretionary expenditure on experiences over products will increase $1.2T from 2015 to an estimated $2.2T by 2030
Current valuations of autonomous vehicle developers exceeds $115 billion dollars
The Biden administration plans to install 500,000 individual chargers at 28,000 charging stations.
Will technology change the way we work, play, get educated and receive health care?
What changes will stick in a post-pandemic world?
How will mobility change as a result of new technologies like autonomy, AI and changes in community life?
How do we take advantage of these changes instead of being a victim to them?
Mobility360 assists companies, real estate developers, investors and public transit organizations to develop service and business models designed to meet the emerging trends in the movement of people and goods.
We help our clients develop practical, implementable mobility solutions leveraging Autonomous, Virtual Reality, and Electrification technologies to increase operational efficiencies while improving the end-user experience.
Mobility360 works with transit organizations, mobility start-up companies, developers and investors focusing on innovations and acquisitions within the mobility space. Building upon our expertise in today's mobility systems, we combine our understanding of operations, technology, commercial and urban development trends to help guide organizations for future success. Our end objective is to position companies and organizations so as to leverage the opportunities brought on by technology and disruption.
Prior to starting Mobility360, Dick served for 40+ years in the mobility space focused primarily on the movement of people. Dick spent over twenty years with Transdev, an international passenger mobility service operator, serving as CEO of Transdev US and President of Transdev Alternative Services providing autonomous vehicle operational services to Waymo. Dick also led business development and innovation activities for Transdev expanding annual revenues from $40 million to over $1.4 billion dollars annually. During his career Dick has held leadership positions in both public and private organizations ranging from operations to executive leadership.
Dick has a Bachelor of Urban Planning and Design degree from University of Cincinnati and a Master of Business Administration degree from Xavier University.
Mike Setzer retired in 2020 as President of Transdev’s US transit division. Through most of his career, Mike worked as the chief executive at individual transit systems, most recently at NICE on Long Island NY. He has also served as Chief Executive Officer of transit systems in St Louis, Cincinnati and Minneapolis-St Paul, where he led the construction, commissioning and operation of the regions first Light Rail Transit line.
In 2007 he was selected to lead a TCRP International Study Program team to China, Korea, and Japan to evaluate emergency preparedness. Mr. Setzer has been a member of APTA’s Business Member Board of Governors, Rail CEO’s Committee and Chair of its Emergency Preparedness Task Force and the Bus and Paratransit CEO’s Committee. He served as Vice Chair of the Advisory Board of the National Transit Institute. Two of his projects have been honored by APTA with its Innovation Award, Bus-to-Block bus mark-up software in 1988, and the Everybody Rides Metro Foundation in 2008.
He holds a B.S. degree in Economics from the University of Minnesota and an M.B.A. in Management from Xavier University.
Mobitas provides clients with a broad range of services in strategy, product, fundraising, operations and partnerships. Mobility360 partners with Mobitas to assist early and mid-stage mobility startups on strategic and operational guidance as well as consulting and due diligence for private equity and venture capital firms.
Perrone Robotics has developed software and hardware systems designed to retrofit any vehicle type into a driverless vehicle. Mobility360 provides strategic advice on applying Perrone’s TONY retrofit kit with OEMs for application in transit and logistics operations.
Yaak Technologies applies Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality to create comprehensive and affordable driver training tools with driver simulation and coaching. Mobility360 is assisting Yaak in entering the U.S. market by applying its training system to address the hiring and training challenges of transit systems.