Category: mobility

5G – the driving force of the future …

5G wireless networks are set to come about in 2019, but this means more than just fast data. Here’s some of the ways 5G will also accelerate road technology within the next few years: -web connected cars will mean HD streaming of different shows for every passenger, connected media, health monitoring, social tech and dashboard

The growth of electric vehicles …

Electric vehicles will become a mass-market product and Google knows it. Google maps it’s adding a feature for the app that will allow to give users information about charging stations with just typing “ev charging” or “ev charging stations”. The app will show where the station is located, the types of ports available, charging speeds

Your next postman could be a drone! …

With 7 million drones estimated to be in the sky by 2020, the commercial uses will increase in popularity. One of the most advantageous ways drones will be used is for deliveries, but how will they work? One of the main perks of drone delivery is that they will offer quicker and more convenient delivery,

Travel at the Speed of Sound

Five years ago, Elon Musk announced his plans for Hyperloop transport, a system which uses magnets to cary pods through large tubes at 760mph. This week, the first full-size passenger capsule was unveiled which the company believe could be fully functioning in 3 years, with worldwide adoption in 5 to 10 years. With competitors such

World’s first autonomous tram launched right here in Potsdam

The world’s first autonomous tram, developed by a team of 50 experts, was launched in Potsdam. With its radars, lasers and camera sensors, the tram responds to trackside signals and brakes when it spots an emergency hazard.   The tram is not the only autonomous vehicle to be launched, with other commercial trails happening in cities

Flying into the Future …

We may not have got flying cars in 2015 as predicted in Back to the Future, but Uber have announced they want to implement sky taxis in our cities in two years times. Although it seems very ambitious, UberAir have announced models of their on-demand air vehicles, which can travel at speeds of 150 to

5G is here – what does this mean for businesses?

Vodafone has conducted its first holographic call with the help of 5G, the new generation of faster, better connected and wider coverage of mobile internet. image source: Vodafone However, faster internet won’t just mean we’ll be able to download our favourite Netflix shows quicker. Here’s some of the ways 5G will transform our everyday lives:

Créative Technologie solves 95% of motion sickness …

Over 30 million people in Europe suffer from chronic travel sickness, and so Citroen have developed a pair of glasses which eliminates this problem. SEETROEN glasses are made up of 4 rings – left and right along the frontal axis and front and back of the sagittal axis – with each ring containing a moving

AI to take to the skies …

With 10 million planes now in the sky, the aerospace industry is now considering how artificial intelligence can be use to tackle overcrowded skies, help pilots during difficult weather conditions and assist in the pilot shortage. Boeing has set up two new offshoots in order to investigate the AI possibilities further. Read more about it

The Old Lady Germany Keeping a Leading Role in Future Mobility

When it comes to innovation, Germany tends to both whine about the political circumstances and blame the regulations for making an inventors life so hard. Others, especially the states and the big 5 tech companies seem to be lightyears ahead and experimenting with (sometimes debatable) tech innovation in China looks like a paradise for experimentation.