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European Monitor of Industrial Ecosystems


The Mobility, Transport, and Automotive ecosystem is dominated by a few enterprises that became global players on the one hand, and a huge number of suppliers in many vendor areas on the other, including small and medium sized companies, the number of which amounts to around 1.8 million firms representing over 99.7 % of all enterprises. According to Eurostat National Accounts, the gross value added of the ecosystem in 2019 was around EUR 906 bn, accounting for 7.5 % of the total EU value added. The ecosystem employed 14.6 million people in 2018 directly, and at least 16 million including indirect jobs enabled by close collaboration with other industrial ecosystems, like information and communication technologies and electronics.

The European Monitor of Industrial Ecosystems (EMI) project has produced its first yearly report on the Mobility, Transport, and Automotive ecosystem, highlighting data on its progress in terms of its green and digital transition across several dimensions, including industrial performance, environmental impact, technology generation and uptake, start-up trends, investments and funding, and skills.

The data collected and used for this report is also shared in the data package below, relating to the abovementioned dimensions. Wherever possible, the data package allows for time series analyses, as well as comparisons among industrial ecosystems, Member States, and between the EU and other major economies such as the US and China. 

Download the report

EMI Mobility industrial ecosystem report.pdf
(2.98 MB - PDF)

Download the data package

EMI Data Package Mobility.xlsx
(4.97 MB - XLSX)