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02.Value shift in mobility data

Recently, more and more attention has been paid to mobility as a service (Maas) and Logistics as a service (LaaS). In the case of Uber, logistics and food delivery has become a leading business, accounting for 20 percent of the entire profit since the Covid-19 pandemic. Transportation as a service (TaaS) will be coming soon, so there will be no difference between transportation and logistics.
Multi Mobility Big Data will become a major source of the future industry, incorporating driverless driving, modern air traveling, and smart city fields. This market for an automobile mobility service is estimated to amount to 5 trillion and 177.5 billion US dollars. (Equal to 7000 trillion won)
Experts predict that mobility big data will bring disruptive innovation to the existing mobility industry. The lines between related industries in mobility big data will become blurry. A comprehensive and innovative business model will establish an entirely new mobility ecosystem by converting the existing mobility data into a value-chain system in the coming years.
What is MaaS? (Mobility as a Service)
MaaS represents Mobility as a Service, a new concept of mobility services to provide users with information about the best route by integrating all kinds of information on various means of transportation, such as buses, taxis, and shared cars. MaaS incorporates all transportation services into one convenient to users as if they transfer buses to the subway.
What is LaaS? (Logistics as a Service)
LaaS provides a comprehensive service for shipment, food delivery, and freight
What is TaaS? (Transportation as a Service)
Taas is an umbrella term for a combination of MaaS and LaaS, meaning transportation and logistics. The purpose of mobility is to provide flexible services depending on movement and types of shipping so that we can apply various methods to TaaS.