How we move is evolving through technology and sustainability

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It’s now widely accepted that by 2030, mobility especially in large urban areas will be dramatically different from today. This animation envisions a mobility future where transport seamlessly connects people’s lives, where consumers are able to get from point A to point B in a way which is cheaper, cleaner, safer; and our journeys become productive and entertaining extensions of our day-to-day routines. 

Although, we share only one version of the future, what is certain is that we are at the beginning of a transformational journey where we will see shifts in traditional business models where success will come through an unprecedented degree of collaboration. We believe this future is exciting, and collectively we can envision and build organizations that embrace the future of mobility. 

July 22

Transforming the Landscape of Mobility: Research on Shenzhen

We can imagine a systemic change that moves away from the current mobility model and can prevent the already problematic traffic condition from becoming even worse. The new vision for Shenzhen looks at the possibility of utilizing driverless technologies supported by A.I. systems and a new generation of vehicles as an opportunity to reconnect the passenger with the external environment through sensing technology.