Urbanization continues to change mobility. More than half of the world’s population lives in cities, according to the United Nations; by 2050, the number will increase to 70%. The concentration of economic activities in cities will result in additional demand for personal transport across urban, suburban, and rural areas.
The growing expectations for convenience and ease-of-use for transportation are driving the development of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS). We discuss how electronics are leading the way in the evolution of new MaaS technology.
In this webinar, rethink how electronics and sensors are powering today's connected vehicles and how MaaS is paving the way for a seamless and personalized transportation experience.
by Wind River