SHARE NOW is a modern, sustainable, environmentally friendly, sharing-based service for residential and business customers that can replace the use of private cars, free up parking spaces in the city and reduce congestion caused by vehicles in the city. SHARE NOW has around 400 carsharing vehicles available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in Budapest and the surrounding areas, and customers can access this sustainable mobility solution through an app.
The company’s activities focus specifically on industrial drone solutions, covering research and development – including drone manufacturing – the domestic and European distribution of industrial drones and data processing software, servicing, and the organization and conducting of drone operator training sessions, and also the provision of services.
With Parker, parking is a smooth experience as you can easily find available parking spaces at any time and it even helps you to start mobile parking.
One of the new forms of public transport, GyőrBike combines the freedom of individual transport with the reliability of fixed transportation. The aim of the system is that as many people as possible use the bikes as part of their daily life, thus reducing the air pollution, traffic jams and noise of the city. In addition, the main goal is to make this effective and environmentally-friendly alternative more popular among travelers in the city center.
Joby Aviation is a California-headquartered transportation company developing and manufacturing an all-electric, vertical take-off and landing aircraft which they intend to operate as a commercial passenger aircraft beginning in 2024.
The company has spent more than a decade developing and testing zero-emissions aircraft that will enable a pilot and four passengers to leapfrog over the congestion below on journeys of five to 150 miles, at speeds of up to 200mph.
The integration of flexible take-off and landing infrastructure in megacities is crucial for the success of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) and for air taxi operations. In order to advance the development of this infrastructure, they have been working with Skyports, a British vertiport developer and operator, since 2019. They developed the VoloPort, which we will show for the first time publicly in Singapore.
Based on big data, EHang's smart logistics ecosystem uses cloud computing and autonomous aerial vehicles (AAVs) to build the aerial logistics network via air transportation. The difficulties in delivering goods to urban and rural areas, industrial parks and islands will be solved and a more intelligent and convenient shopping environment will thus be created. EHang logistics AAVs will fly along with the pre-programmed route, and complete the pre-programmed task. There is no need for manual intervention over the course, improving the delivery efficiency.
The first step in the rollout of the City of Perth’s new smart city innovation program has been achieved with the award of three tenders. The City was successful in securing a matched funding grant worth $1.3million from the Australian Government, through the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program. This will see ground work commence on technology development and installation of hardware for four projects - Smart Precinct, Smart Irrigation, Smart Sustainability and Data Hub.
V2X, or Vehicle to Everything communication, enables vehicles to communicate with each other and their environment. V2X is about knowing ahead without visibility. Unlike traditional sensors which try to replicate a sense we already have, such as vision, V2X adds a whole new dimension to human and machine perception. This sensor is capable of seeing around corners and beyond any obstruction in a radius of up to one mile.
Pécsike is one of the new innovations in Pécs, it opened its services for the public in June 19th of 2019.
The main goal of Pécsike is “that as many people as possible use the bikes as part of their daily life, thus reducing the air pollution, traffic jams and noise of the city. In addition, the main goal is to make this effective and environmentally-friendly alternative more popular among travellers in the city centre.”