Mobility of the future
Available as online lecture
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- Sustainability: How sustainable will mobility be in the future?
Futurist David Borst - Keynote This is how we will live and work in the future
Mobility of the future
All people in Germany together spend around 30 million hours a day driving a vehicle, navigating through traffic jams or desperately searching for a parking space. Germans love their cars and would not want to do without them in the future. Another important part of getting around is public transport. We are freer than ever in our mobility and at the same time it is undergoing unprecedented change.
Not only have our vehicles evolved in recent years, but so has our infrastructure. Trends such as the sharing economy, connected mobility and e-mobility are becoming increasingly important. 5-star speaker and futurologist David Borst is familiar with these trends and is constantly working on the mobility of tomorrow. Some of the changes are already part of our everyday lives. Car sharing is becoming more and more commonplace, e-mobility is becoming more affordable and e-scooters are darting through the city centre. The keynote speaker explains how our business models, the world of work and also our private lives will continue to change in the future. The mobility of the future offers us the chance to (re)think.
Not only the classic vehicle will change in the future, but the integration of various means of transport will be important. The mobility of the future will be characterised by an intelligent and individual mix. David Borst shows what this can look like in his presentations, which are rich in images and easy to understand. For the futurologist, one thing is clear: whoever occupies the interface between people and the digital world will dominate the mobility business.
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