Future Mobility stakeholders and investors are interested in emerging modes of transport as they promise to disrupt the mobility mix as we know it.
The design and roll-out of these solutions raises numerous uncertainties of a technical, economic and organisational nature. Beyond the dreams and the hype, how can the relevance and feasibility of emerging mobilities be determined?
Improving the Existing Mobility Mix
Future mobility is the collection of solutions made possible by new technologies that disrupt and change transport systems for operators, public stakeholders and users.
Some examples of future mobilities include:
- Autonomous vehicles
- Electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL)
How will new technologies benefit communities?
- New technologies help to improve the mobility mix by making our modes of transport more efficient, faster, safer and more environmentally-friendly
- New technologies will contribute to improving the existing mobility mix through the introduction of new types of services that are more flexible and consumer oriented.
- New technologies are transformative in that they can lead to new transport systems and opportunity.
SYSTRA offers a 3-step support solution to help innovation stakeholders to make their project a reality, investors to direct their investments and decision-makers to roll out disruptive mobility services in their area:
- Understanding the ecosystem and solutions: we provide support to our clients as part of the process to define their requirements using evaluations and mapping of stakeholders and solutions, design studies for various contexts, feasibility studies (analysis of technical constraints, financial viability, etc.), comprehensive technical audits of innovative solutions, etc.;
- Designing systems and preparing for roll-out: we get involved at the preliminary study phase to design the systems (outline and detailed preliminary project design) and co-construct a road map for development and implementation, which includes drafting a business plan;
- Overall project implementation: we support the client throughout implementation, carrying out project management of the validation of studies for testing and commissioning. Innovative projects are not traditional transport projects and require specific management capable of adapting to technical difficulties never encountered before. We can provide hi-tech technical expertise (safety, systems, operation, etc.) in partnership with innovation stakeholders.
Our previous experience in transport planning and engineering allows us to grasp technological innovations with relevance and realism.Ibrahim Fazah, Director – Delivery and Growth Markets, SYSTRA ANZ
DISCOVER THE BOOKLET “AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY: THINK BEYOND THE VEHICLE”
Autonomous vehicles offer a host of benefits for mobility services, including enhanced road safety and improved quality and optimisation of the operation. However, implementing services of this nature goes beyond the procurement of new vehicles. The transition to autonomous mobility calls for the design of a service which meets the needs of areas, as well as transport system engineering. In this handbook SYSTRA shines a light on the key issues surrounding an autonomous mobility project and draws on best practice from around the world.
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The projects we lead are always the fruit of close collaboration between our teams, our clients and our partners. And it is they who speak most highly of them.
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At SYSTRA we have solid expertise in complex transport systems and technologies, both traditional and innovative. We have taken part in the construction of half the world’s automatic metro lines, as well as the world rail speed record (France, 2007).
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