IN THE FUTURE
On-demand mobility is without doubt one of the most important trends in transportation and in the global economy today. And by this we mean mobility (moving people, goods or services) based on a mobile app that allows for ease of scheduling and payment.
Google and Apple are not alone. Tesla, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, Ford and others are all working on autonomous vehicles. The first such cars are expected to be available to consumers in the next few years. Driver-less trucks operating on public roads are a few years further out, but are definitely coming.
Stalled for years, with global auto companies given them little more than lip service, advances in battery, control and electric motor technologies — coupled with consumer concerns about greenhouse gas emissions and gas price volatility — are finally driving electric vehicles into the mainstream auto market.
BMW Group Corporate Strategy & JA Alumni
Head of Corporate Development, SWISS
Sales Manager Europe
President & CEO
Stuttgart is located in the south of Germany and very well attached to the transport system. Depending from where you start your journey, you can either get there by train, bus or plane of course. As usually, you’ll get picked up by a staff member as soon as you’ll arrive at the airport Stuttgart.
Stuttgart is a wonderful and overseeable city that has a lot to offer. History, art, culture, start-up scene and cars of course – you’ll find everything the heart desires. It also opens up a lot of opportunities for an excellent side program.
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