Is the future electric? Our roads might still be dominated by conventional cars right now, but when it comes to e-mobility, there are promising developments. We looked at the current status quo, the potentials and future predictions, for an electric revolution.
Imagine a world where electric vehicles could be charged during drivetime. This world might be closer than you think.
Will my bus be on time? How full will it be? Is there still room for my bike? Real-time data and forecasts can not only help to align public transport with actual demand, but also make it more reliable and attractive for passengers.
Urban deliveries make urban life more convenient, but pollution, traffic and carbon emissions are the prices we pay. Could Aachen-based start-up Ducktrain have an answer?
E-mobility has been around for years now — but the pace of its rollout has seemed, at times, to drag. But, in 2023, is e-mobility finally starting to speed up?
Are we ready to move towards a greener and more efficient urban delivery system? With the help of digital infrastructure such as cargo bikes, last-mile logistics might just be picking up speed.
Could we soon be living in a time when buses drive themselves? Autonomous, on-demand shuttle projects are connecting cutting-edge technology with local transportation needs.
Public transport is one of the most sustainable ways of getting from A to B. But how practical is taking public transport if you have no reliable way of determining a route?
The transport sector is still responsible for enormous CO2 emissions. A mobility turnaround is urgently needed. But what are the essential steps and what role does digitalisation play in this?
According to a new study, electric cars could become carbon neutral by 2050 - but if zero carbon mobility is ever to become reality, policy makers need to make a few key important changes.