Bigger than cars: Connecting fleets, trucks and transport systems
It's not just individual cars that are seeing greater connectivity and automation. Daimler's Daniela Gerd tom Markotten, Veniam CEO João Barros and OSVehicle Co-Founder Yuki Liu give us a glimpse of the advancements they're working on for fleets and vehicles of all shapes and sizes, as well as how we can spur the internet of moving things as a whole.
Daniela Gerd tom Markotten
Imagine your daily commute, now replace the traffic, frustration and delays with peace of mind, order and relaxation. The modes of transport - trains, cars, bicycles and even autonomous buses are all on time and working in unison like the inner workings of a fine clock. Fully confident that you will reach your destination on time and without complication, you can breathe easy and enjoy the songs of the birds chirping. This is the commute of the future and it’s already on its way to fruition.
A world without traffic jams may seem far-fetched to some, but we are taking steps every day to bring our vision to life. I am proud to work alongside such an exceptionally talented team at moovel Group (headquartered in Stuttgart) and moovel North America (Portland, Oregon). As a Mobility-as-a-Service pioneer, moovel is a partner to cities, transit authorities, and its customers to help them transform cities by providing convenient and sustainable mobility solutions. With our mobility services we simplify urban mobility and encourage people to switch to shared mobility. Together with our partners we shape the future of urban mobility.