Passenger Experience Economy Could be the Next $1T market

Laureti CEO Says Only Credible Mobility Ecosystems

It will open the New Frontier.

Great products work well in good markets, but great ecosystems create entirely new economies. The proof is in the $1T elite club. Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon and Tesla. Despite their diverse sectors, these technology companies mastered the importance of an ecosystem, placing the user experience at the center of its creation. Each step on the path to sustainable success has powerful new ways to create experiences that help people and the planet.

Why are some companies great at creating ecosystems and others not so much? Credible ecosystems translate to innovative thought leadership. They focus more on a core product because they tap into broader markets. The success of any radically new solution will depend on its supporting infrastructure. Like iOS for Apple devices. Superchargers, powerwalls and solar products for Tesla vehicles. Their basic mindset is to help the market take off and transition into new ways. They create and nurture multiple experiential touchpoints in users’ lives, where a large part of their added value makes the overall brand a market leader. Ecosystem businesses retain a tremendous capacity to grow in many directions. And most people don’t seem to understand that’s what’s driving Tesla stock.

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The creation phase of ecosystem companies, however, is very complex, as any new concept requires educating the market. In contrast, product-oriented companies are easier to understand, but do not have the level to monopolize.

It’s not an uncommon strategy for product-oriented competitors to copy-paste popular products from innovative leaders in the ecosystem. We saw this with the iPhone and now we’re seeing it with Tesla, where many of their design quirks and engineering achievements are being imitated by their competitors. But what can’t be imitated is the relentless evangelism of the fan base that ecosystem leaders have won overtime.

Revolutionary ecosystems capture the value of the movement of new ideas that are logical and creative. To build a stronger case for future mobility, new ecosystems with a broader and more lateral perspective are needed. Like the $1T elite

club, it must place the end user in the center. But today’s automotive industry thinks vertically and narrowly and limits its creative potential. Most of the auto industry still identifies the driver as the end user. As on-demand models and autonomous technology advance, the end users will not only be drivers, but primarily passengers.

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When mobility is designed from a passenger perspective, conventional thinking is not

longer is enough. Because the questions go from “how many cars produced”? “What might be the role of a car and how will people interact with it?”

In the overall experience chain, the car becomes a crucial but small component. According to the end user, the factors that dictate the value will depend on how their productivity and comfort are optimized through the travel chains.

Similar to agriculture and healthcare businesses, fintech solutions and e-commerce to deliver end-to-end solutions, a new mobility will blend skills and technologies across sectors. Basic growth opportunities

the passenger experience economy will be driven by individual growth dynamics presented in the electric vehicle market, software technologies, on-demand services, the travel experience market, and more. The convergence of these generally perceived separate spheres could disrupt and deliver a new $1T market that cannot be reached by existing business boundaries.

That is why Laureti’s ecosystem proposal is interesting to analyze.

Laureti is preparing to enter the market in their “business lounge movement” to make travel productive, connected and accessible. Aimed at fleets, taxis and the on-demand market, they install designed business cabins powered by an AI-powered platform called MiRA.OS. MiRA is the core of the Laureti ecosystem experience, where user lifestyles and Laureti cars connect to provide a unified, synchronized and seamless experience. AI-based technology is portable and accessible in Laureti’s MiRA vehicles.

To Laura

”The level of stability in the ecosystem can only be provided by the hardware-software service combination. Seeing things from a passenger-centric perspective will revolutionize mobility in ways that go beyond transportation.

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the people This is the beginning of the passenger experience economy. The need for what we are creating is revealed by three things: the desire of customers, the multifactorial drivers that support this trend and the possibility of a target economy.’

According to Laureti CEO Marcus Paleti.

In conclusion, mobility innovation that puts the user, i.e. the passenger, at the center of innovation to create ecosystems will create and guide the passenger experience.

the economy Similar to smart devices, Laureti offers end-users portability and experience accessibility across vehicles through its ecosystem and presents a strong case at the core of this emerging space.


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