-- "Future of Mobility" award banquet showcases unparalleled ideas and innovative thinking
LONDON, July 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- At a banquet following its Urban Mobility 3.0 event on 25th June, during which new business models such as mobility integration and carsharing, public transport solutions, big data in automotive and autonomous driving as well as the future of eRetailing in the car industry were debated, Frost & Sullivan presented its 'Future of Mobility' Excellence in Best Practices Awards.
The awards acknowledge industry stalwarts as well as newly emerging and niche players for superior accomplishments in their respective domains, including a broad spectrum of segments ranging from steering systems, driver assistance systems and usage-based insurance to leasing and carsharing, among others.
Frost & Sullivan's industry analysts chose the companies for how they responded to global mega trends, emerging technologies, changing business models, government requirements and infrastructure needs.
The ceremony brought together industry peers, who listened to Shai Agassi, Entrepreneur and Founder & CEO of NEWRGY, share his perspective on the mega trends set to impact the mobility space and shape the future of mobility.
Addressing the audience of decision-makers and visionaries from a broad spectrum of industries, Gary Jeffery, Partner & Director at Frost & Sullivan, explained: "Every award that we hear about tonight is underpinned by scrupulous research across our global network of industry analysts. Our long-established awards programme recognises companies that have demonstrated a unique approach towards doing business in their respective markets. Frost & Sullivan celebrates these ideas and strategies that drive corporate growth."
Accolades were conferred on the following ten industry leaders and innovators during last week's black-tie ceremony at One Moorgate Place in London:
Alphabet - 2014 European Corporate Carsharing Company of the Year Award
Aras Kargo - 2014 Turkish Courier, Express and Parcel Growth Excellence Leadership Award
Audi AG – 2014 European Future of Sustainable Mobility Visionary Innovation Award
DSM - 2013 European Passenger Cars Steering Systems Customer Value Enhancement Award
LeasePlan UK - 2014 European Fleet & Leasing Enabling Technology Leadership Award
Metalysis - 2014 European Automotive 3D Printing Customer Value Leadership Award
Telematicus - 2014 European Telematics Platform Customer Value Leadership Award
The Floow - 2014 European Usage-based Insurance Customer Value Leadership Award
Valeo - 2013 European Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Product Leadership Award
WheelRight Ltd. - 2014 European Remote Tyre Pressure Monitoring New Product Innovation Leadership Award
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