Sustainability and Innovation at the heart of the new mobility ecosystem

Sustainability and innovation are the heart of the new mobility, one able to provide smart, safe and seamless journeys, says Carlo Bertazzo, Atlantia’s CEO, in the first article of this month’s issue of the magazine. Mr Bertazzo explains how the company is gearing up for the challenge and sheds a light on the role of integrated solutions in transport infrastructure.

In the second article for the World Economic Forum Thomas Saueressig, member of the executive board at SAP, looks at how global business can drive sustainable solutions by accelerating technology.

And “a combination of digital technology and collaboration between city government, transport providers and mobility companies will help deliver the solutions needed” for a sustainable urban mobility, says Heiko Huettel, Microsoft EMEA’s automotive lead, in the third piece by Microsoft on how digitisation is transforming the way we get around our cities.

Finally we go to California to learn more about the “principles of the Urban Sky”, a road map released by the city of Los Angeles and the World Economic Forum to support the roll out of urban air mobility (UAM) in cities. These principles can serve to orient policy-making efforts in other cities throughout the world.