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At present, the market for urban air mobility (UAM) is anticipated to be worth USD$300 billion by 2030 and USD$1.5 trillion by 2040.
Autonomous Vehicle

Will flying taxis make self-driving cars obsolete?

While mobility experts focus on autonomous vehicles (AVs) and the potential they have to alter our transportation habits, another phenomenon is threatening to supersede even these modern innovations: flying taxis. At present, the market for urban air mobility (UAM) is anticipated to be worth USD$300 billion by 2030 and USD$1.5 trillion by 2040.

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Companies

The framework from the United Nations (UN) highlights the need to prioritise public safety when implementing autonomous vehicles in society.
Autonomous Vehicle

The UN Framework for autonomous vehicles explained

It's expected that semi- and fully-autonomous vehicles will be increasingly adopted in the automotive industry. If each carmaker does their own thing, though, it presents a monumental challenge to integrate the technology safely in societies. Thus, the United Nations drafted a framework for automated and autonomous vehicles.

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Smart tickets are often either exclusively dispensed by machine or purchased online via websites and smartphone apps, typically 24 hours per day.
Digitalization

The Benefits of Smart Ticketing

For some time now, passengers of various rail systems worldwide have been able to purchase smart tickets, either as smart cards that incorporate a magnetic strip or a radio frequency identification/near-field communication (RFID/NFC) chip, or as apps and data that reside on smartphones.

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Schaeffler is fighting the pandemic with its own resources.
COVID-19

Schaeffler responds to the COVID 19 crisis with a series of specific measures

During this crisis, the German automotive and industrial supplier Schaeffler also faced the question, "How can we help?". Within a short time, the company has designed and implemented various projects at its worldwide locations that solve region-specific COVID-19-related problems. This illustrates that versatility and agility are key elements for the supplier industry, not only in this crisis but also in the constantly changing mobility market.

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