We live in a world where technology is constantly evolving, and where companies strive to be the next “best innovator”.
We live in a world where technology is constantly evolving, and where companies strive to be the next “best innovator”. The way in which we travel is no exception to this, and it is now widely accepted that by 2030, mobility – the way in which people and goods are moved - will be dramatically different to what it is today, as it undergoes one of the most transformational social, technological and economic shift of a generation.
However, understanding the future of mobility must include consideration of what is at the forefront of many discussions globally - environmental protection and climate change.
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