Traffic drones, AI-powered airports, grocery-delivering robots: Design and technology are quietly reshaping how people and goods move around the world.
Mobility is at the center of an exciting Venn diagram. The creation of designing the present and near future of how we get around–on the grind, in the air, and even in outer space–now exists at the nexus of everything from smart metropolis and neural networks to robotics, 5G connectivity, and large-scale data. It’s not a co-occurrence that carmakers like Ford and GM are remaking themselves as mobility providers at the same go information and communication technologies corporations like Google, Intel, and IBM are busy working on autonomous motor vehicles and even urban planning. The future of mobility is being prototyped across all sorts of industries. So, what can we expect from these amazing interrelationships in 2019? What can we reasonably expect to start happening in a single calendar year? And what large-hearted to-dos are as follows from those developments?
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