How lightweight, shared, autonomous mobility can dramatically improve social and environmental performance.

Cabin 2A | 10:30-12:00 | Challenge 1

Phil Tinn, Michael Lin, in collaboration with the Denso Corporation and Taipei Tech

The proliferation of new mobility services in cities over the past decade reveals a fast-evolving and open-ended opportunity for actors across the private and public sectors to reimagine and potentially redefine the way people live, work, and play in cities. Facing this change, we will host a workshop to collaboratively explore the horizon of urban mobility, through the combined lenses of design, technology, and public policy. The topics will include but not be limited to: Personalized Mobility-on-Demand (Vehicle and Service), Social Machine Interaction (People-Machine Relations), Neighborhood-Scale Mobility (Urban Systems) and Public Health (Behavioral Change).