This project will leverage AI algorithms and machine learning to optimise the performance of city roads, predicting future traffic speeds and responding to them.
The future of mobility isn’t a destination, more a continuum. There won’t be a singular destination for this journey. Think of it as a bustling convergence of eclectic technologies that will deliver broad and deep expertise areas. Some might even surprise you.
The future of mobility aims to be accessible, green, efficient, integrated, tech-enabled, and smart. But, the journey there could disrupt how we plan our cities, legacy industries and the skills our future workforce will need.
It won’t look the same across every city, country, or context. Timelines won’t necessarily match. It will involve much planning, strategising, leveraging, piloting, tweaking, checking what others are doing, then more trialling and evaluating. Best practices and templates won’t work everywhere though. It’s about fitting transport infrastructure and services to local contexts.