Andy Fuchs on how Mobility will be Changing
So the good thing we have on the one hand side that mobility brings, is currently being challenged. But I say challenged because never did we have the technical solutions and the opportunities to fix it. Because mobility will be changing and and we see maybe some key areas. In the future it will be clean. We’ll have battery solutions, we’ll have hydrogen Solutions. So we can get solutions to the market that offer a cleaner mobility, number one. Number two – when we come to the area of connectivity: congestion is a problem. But having new connective solutions offers us other opportunities. Be it that vehicles in the further future might run fully autonomous or today already that they start communicating with each other making it safer to travel and to having less accidents, which is again enhancing the overall quality. What we will see as well, and this is in a way connectivity as well, that mobility modes are changing. We will see that maybe we use different transport modes. For long-distances probably a train will be more used while then in inner city we use sharing solutions from vehicles to scooters. It’s a very dynamic and exciting time to
be in this industry.