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COMPANIES AND STAKEHOLDERS RENEW THEIR CONFIDENCE IN NME: EXHIBITION’S SECOND EDITION BECOMES THE FOCAL POINT IN ITALY FOR DISCUSSIONS ON GREEN PUBLIC TRANSPORT

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COMPANIES AND STAKEHOLDERS RENEW THEIR CONFIDENCE IN NME: EXHIBITION’S SECOND EDITION BECOMES THE FOCAL POINT IN ITALY FOR DISCUSSIONS ON GREEN PUBLIC TRANSPORT

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Near-term innovations for sustainable Public Transport

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

10am - 12pm

Pavillion 6, Future Hall

 

a cura di AGENS

 

The process of energy transition to a net-zero economic system is driving the “seventh revolution” in transport. This change is taking place in three different ways: moving away from fossil fuels, developing autonomous and connected vehicles and researching new mobility options. The process of electrification, both direct and indirect, is already underway, and batteries are the key element for producing new and increasingly sustainable vehicle solutions. Despite the success of current lithium storage technologies, new and more promising advancements are being investigated to create increasingly powerful devices that can reduce supply chain impacts, offer greater resource independence and provide storage-extending performance (sensing and self-repair). Electrification has contributed to autonomous driving, and we already have level 3 solutions in industrial programmes. Interesting applications for collective transport are emerging thanks to intelligent automation that promotes flexible services, such as platooning systems based on the splitting and bundling of semi-autonomous modular units.

 

The innovation process in Public Transport for the climate transition (AGENS)

Sustainable batteries: enabling technologies for climate neutrality in Europe

‘Platooning’ for a flexible transport service