Sustainable mobility means a series of services and means of transport designed to reduce traffic, improve air quality and cut energy consumption; it is essential to integrate the various transport systems and encourage the spread of electric vehicles. The European Commission proposes new targets for average CO2 emissions to accelerate the transition to low-emission vehicles. The goal is to reduce emissions by 40% by 2030, in line with the Paris agreements. It is not only a question of replacing private means of transport, but also of encouraging the development of new business models and more efficient use of public and freight transport. The present paper works on six main points: • New standards that help manufacturers to innovate and offer low-emission vehicles on the market • Solutions for sustainable mobility in public systems • Investments for the diffusion of infrastructures for alternative fuels • Revision of the combined transport directive which promotes the use of different means for freight transport • Development of long distance bus connections across Europe • Development of better and better batteries The diffusion of micro-mobility systems requires a general change of context. The city must keep up with technology and become smart, the regulations and all sharing phenomena must be adequate. In 2020, 80 billion objects connected to the world through 1200 satellites are estimated: urban mobility will be greatly influenced and will become a connecting element between the environment and those who live in it. The micro-mobility market in Europe could reach 150 billion dollars by 2030. As the possibilities for use increase, the number of startups for mobility sharing also increases. It is estimated that at the end of 2018 there were 5.2 million subscribers to at least one of the sharing services active in the area, one million more than the previous year. In particular, this project aims to propose an innovative, sustainable and ecological means of transport suitable for everyone and which can be a valid alternative for getting around the city.

Ides (Industrial design structure) and stylistic design engineering (sde) applied to the mobility of the future

Donnici G.
Methodology
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Frizziero L.
Conceptualization
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Liverani A.
Software
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2020

Abstract

Sustainable mobility means a series of services and means of transport designed to reduce traffic, improve air quality and cut energy consumption; it is essential to integrate the various transport systems and encourage the spread of electric vehicles. The European Commission proposes new targets for average CO2 emissions to accelerate the transition to low-emission vehicles. The goal is to reduce emissions by 40% by 2030, in line with the Paris agreements. It is not only a question of replacing private means of transport, but also of encouraging the development of new business models and more efficient use of public and freight transport. The present paper works on six main points: • New standards that help manufacturers to innovate and offer low-emission vehicles on the market • Solutions for sustainable mobility in public systems • Investments for the diffusion of infrastructures for alternative fuels • Revision of the combined transport directive which promotes the use of different means for freight transport • Development of long distance bus connections across Europe • Development of better and better batteries The diffusion of micro-mobility systems requires a general change of context. The city must keep up with technology and become smart, the regulations and all sharing phenomena must be adequate. In 2020, 80 billion objects connected to the world through 1200 satellites are estimated: urban mobility will be greatly influenced and will become a connecting element between the environment and those who live in it. The micro-mobility market in Europe could reach 150 billion dollars by 2030. As the possibilities for use increase, the number of startups for mobility sharing also increases. It is estimated that at the end of 2018 there were 5.2 million subscribers to at least one of the sharing services active in the area, one million more than the previous year. In particular, this project aims to propose an innovative, sustainable and ecological means of transport suitable for everyone and which can be a valid alternative for getting around the city.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management
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Donnici G.; Frizziero L.; Liverani A.; Cacaci L.; Costantini N.; Pedrielli G.
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