The mobility revolution is set to deliver low emission consumer transport options that are quicker and safer.
When it comes to automobiles, Bosch and Daimler are collaborating to bring automated travel to cities by the early part of the next decade. The pair are working together to develop the software and algorithms needed to produce a secure and easy to use platform. The idea is that people will summon a driverless shared car to a specific area of a city via their smartphone. It is hoped this will ease pressure on busy roads and help increase the popularity of car sharing.
A pioneering startup is planning to transform regional transportation networks in America using hybrid-electric aircrafts. While hyper loop technologies will get you from A to B inside a levitated pod travelling over ground at speeds in excess of 700mph.
And Elon Musk has unveiled plans for humans to travel anywhere on earth – in a rocket – in under an hour.
Read the full article in our latest edition – out this week, which is being distributed at the European Forum for Industrial Biotechnology and the Bioeconomy (EFIB) in Brussels; and is also available online.