Smart mobility involves actors from a wide range of sectors: transportation (of people and goods), digital (communication technologies), industry (builders, equipment providers), energy and the environment.
For smart mobility to develop in Europe, all of these sectors’ interests must be considered, and mobility must be seen as a service, a vehicle or an infrastructure.
Building new transportation, telecom and other infrastructures is difficult today – due to economic, environmental and localization constraints. In the face of growing urbanization, expanding demographics and the ever-increasing demand for mobility, these infrastructures must be optimized (in time and space) but also inter-connected, to promote synergies and avoid overlapping.
What we need today is a real, industrial solution that incorporates individual strategies and fosters the emergence of global smart mobility offers. This is our mission at Stations-e.