By 2040, mobility is expected to be more sustainable, environmentally friendly and efficient. There will be no fossil fuel vehicles, which will be replaced by electric or hydrogen vehicles; intelligent streets and roads will facilitate safer transport with fewer accidents; there will be autonomous vehicles and shared use will be rewarded, as well as a public transport network that is compatible with the environment.
The implementation of charging points is now the workhorse to encourage consumers to change their vehicles, in addition to the high prices, which will tend to stabilize. Elon Musk’s Hyperloop, with low energy consumption and no polluting emissions, promises to become a revolution in the transport of goods; Uber, for its part, will launch its own shared air travel from 2023, in fact, it has already launched a tender for the implementation of its own urban airports. In Iceland, 90% of public transport is electric.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, we will have autonomous electric vehicles that will not need a driver, reducing polluting emissions and the number of accidents; likewise, the roads will be intelligent through 5G, allowing all kinds of notifications in real time and promoting the fleet of autonomous vehicles. The vehicle will soon be viewed as a service rather than an asset of personal wealth. Instead of spending most of their time parked, vehicles will be relentlessly picking up and dropping off passengers. And thanks to the electric motor having a lifetime of 1 million km, we will soon see the number of vehicles decrease in contrast to the population.
Nubeprint reduces the mobility of its employees to zero, with 100% of the workforce working remotely. With its grouped shipments App, it optimizes the delivery of consumables by fixing in a single day of the week all deliveries scheduled for the following seven days, avoiding repetitive displacements with the consequent savings in fuel and energy, being a clear precursor of sustainable mobility. It also maintains a strong commitment to sustainability by optimizing the use and replacement of consumables, as well as their recovery for reuse.
Source: syntonize.com/ Nubeprint