The term future mobility covers all modes of transport – those that already exist and new ones that will be created. From electric vehicles and autonomous cars to e-scooters, hyperloops and solar powered planes, these changes to mobility are being driven by massive social, economic and technological trends.
The future of mobility offers new possibilities for interaction, sustainability, accessibility and autonomy. These possibilities are exciting, but with change comes risk. As we revolutionise movement over the next few decades, we must prioritise the health and safety of people.
The city aims to allow people to move without their cars and ensure that public transport, walking, wheeling, and cycling Infrastructure is prioritized. The plan aims to reduce traffic through pedestrian priority zones, car-free streets, and focus on people.
The mobility plan for 2030, the city aims to allow people to move without their cars and ensure that public transport, walking, wheeling, and cycling Infrastructure is prioritized. The plan aims to reduce traffic through pedestrian priority zones, car-free streets, and focus on people.
By 2050, the way in which people move around is unlikely to see any drastic change. Wheeled vehicles will still roam city streets, and existing public transit networks will remain highly utilised.
The future of mobility is something we can envision clearly now: the on-demand driverless car that shows up at your door; the buses, trains, and planes that communicate in real time for seamless connections; the city traffic grid that constantly updates as demand changes.
The Future Mobility Zone is the ultimate stage for transport and smart mobility start-ups engineering the future, connecting them to the region's most influential companies, investors, and media.
FROM INNOVATIVE IDEAS TO REAL-APPLICATIONS
MD Consortium, mobility innovation solutions, is a partnership between leading worldwide innovaton labs and manufacturers of vehicle adaptations who have a shared mission of providing independence and freedom through urban air mobility accessibility.
The Innovation Programme aims to resolve urban air mobility challenges facing cities of the ASEAN Countries via action orientated innovation. We co-create ideas that lead to the proposal of projects in response to our open-call for proposals of cooperations, the demonstration of new solutions in real life, resolve urban mobility challenges, and the creation of commercial value.
The Programme develops partnerships across and beyond the ASEAN Countries and addresses regulatory and behavioral changes needed to improve urban life quality for all citizens.
INNOVATION CHALLENGE AREAS
Over 500+ urban air mobility challenges were identified by cities across the ASEAN Countries. These challenges were reworked into 11 wider “Challenge Areas”. Each year a work programme is developed with a focus on a number of the innovation challenge areas:
• Improving Urban Health Care Via (IAMI) Air Mobility
• Nutritious Via (IAMI) Air Mobility
• Active Mobility
• Intramodal and Intermodal Transportation
• Mobility infrastructure
• Mobility for all
• Pollution reduction
• Sustainable city logistics
• Creating public realm
• Future mobility
• Mobility and energy
urban mobility wants to wake up in the morning and think the future is going to be great - and that’s what being a breakthrough Urban-Aerial-faring civilization is all about. It’s about believing in the future and thinking that the future will be best than the bygone.
Also, the project is focused on lowering 70% of the cost of Urban AirMobility by innovate a cross-technology. … Vertical integration is a strategy that allows IAMI's project to streamline its operations by taking direct ownership of various stages of its production process rather than relying on external contractors or suppliers.
Urban air mobility to Strengthening the capacity of Central Asian countries to develop sustainable urban mobility policy. Shared mobility services are the part of the shared economy, which is based on the idea of rational use of limited resources, which creates an opportunity for a person to afford high-quality goods and services at a reasonable price.
Provides, contribute to a more efficient use of available resources and to achieve a number of UN sustainable development goals. Various forms of shared mobility are increasingly being included in the urban multimodal transport system and impact social and public life of urban residents in the areas of economics, ecology, and safety.