New Forms of Mobility as a Supplementary Alternative
ZF’s “Next Generation Mobility” is based on more than just electrified drives, however. It also means connectivity and automation. The goal: intermodal mobility
. “Today, artificial intelligence, deep learning algorithms, and neural networks make it possible to efficiently connect different modes of transport,” says ZF CEO Scheider. An extensive range of sensors
inside vehicles, the ZF ProAI RoboThink
, currently the world’s most powerful automotive supercomputer, and intelligent mechanical components will together allow mobility-as-a-service and transport-as-a-service solutions to quickly become reality. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in early 2019, ZF used a demo vehicle
to show what a connected ride-hailing service with an autonomous van might actually look like.
With its products and services, ZF is helping shape the mobility of the future – without restrictions and increasing conflict. “The key to the mobility of the future, however – which we all want to and must shape together – is a pragmatic, technology-agnostic approach,” says Scheider.