The Story of Urban Mobility
Industry and cities define urban mobility
Confronting urban challenges
In 1950, 30% of the world’s population lived in urban areas. By 2050, that figure will reach 68%. Analyst firm IDC sets the scene in an ebook, ‘Visualizing Smart Cities for a Resilient?Future" identifying the need to "harness innovation to make cities more livable and sustainable."
Industry and cities agree as they seek to significantly improve urban mobility by developing innovative and more sustainable ways to move people and goods.
Transforming urban mobility
By investing in new urban transport systems and planning for growth, cities can provide efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective transport solutions for last-mile delivery of products, as well as improved mobility. ?
The challenge, though, is too broad to solve?unilaterally. The development of future urban mobility requires companies across industries to work together and align with city stakeholders. ?
Who is driving the change? City planners and multiple industries are re-imagining how people and goods move in and around urban areas. Manufacturers in automotive, aviation and home & lifestyle define urban transport and deliver new electric, autonomous air and land vehicles.
Information Intelligence for Optimized Mobility
How will cities and industry developing the products, infrastructure, and services for urban mobility make informed decisions based on the ever-expanding amount of data?
Information Intelligence solutions on the Dassault Systèmes collaborative 3DEXPERIENCE platform help companies manage the exponential volumes of data and make better decisions, faster. ?Read how to overcome information roadblocks to achieve effective quality management. Also, discover the five secrets of a successful digital transformation.?
With the right information available, companies can boost innovation, improve quality and consumer confidence in the next generation of urban mobility.