The City of 2030 is on show at Futura Expo, with the mobility and data intelligence solutions of the e-Novia Group

An area dedicated to e-Novia's solutions for modern Smart Cities will be on show at Futura EXPO 2023 featuring the following products, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals: self-driving vehicles, ground drones for last-mile deliveries, traffic monitoring systems, and bicycles with miniaturized suspension and ABS.

In 2008, for the first time in History, the global urban population surpassed the rural population marking the beginning of the so-called Urban Millennium. By 2050, it is estimated that two-thirds of the world’s population will be concentrated in urban environments. It is the city, therefore, that is the focus and concentration pole for many issues related to sustainable development.  

In particular, the UN has defined 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030. Of these, number 11 – Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable – focuses precisely on the need for cities to be transformed in terms of safety, resilience and sustainability.

e-Shock and Streparava, in collaboration with e-Novia, are shaping a new sustainable, connected, and collaborative mobility.

These are the themes at the center of the experience promoted by the three companies at Futura EXPO 2023: an exhibition space dedicated to solutions for modern Smart Cities, with self-driving vehicles, droids for last-mile deliveries, sensors for traffic monitoring, and bicycles with miniaturized suspensions and ABS.

Public Transportation.

A central element of public transportation in the City of the Future is sustainability. Self-driving and electrically powered buses and shuttles, based on digital chassis such as Rob.Y, run in the city.

Public transport is governed by an urban operating system that offers personalized routes in real time, adapted to individual needs.

Last Mile Logistics

In the City of the Future, commercial transportation systems seamlessly connect urban and suburban areas. Light vehicles and flexible last-mile delivery services are the key to logistics in the city.

Self-driving ground drones such as YAPE meet the needs of daily grocery shopping: they deliver packages of up to 10 kg directly to the home, ensuring traceability to the end customer.

People-driven commercial transportation remains, with e-cargo bikes made safer by Blubrake‘s ABS, which provides comfortable braking even with varying load weights.

Individual Mobility.

By 2030, there is an estimated 18 percent increase in bicycle use and 15 percent increase in walking.

E-bikes provide increased safety with Blubrake‘s integrated ABS braking system.

WAHU revolutionizes travelling on foot with smart shoes that improve walking, adapting to the user’s profile and walking terrain.

Data Intelligence.

Mobility data is the key building block for smart city planning.

Collecting, analyzing, and understanding this data is crucial for planning public transportation, optimizing services, and generally enabling a new ecosystem in which all mobility solutions coexist and collaborate.

Mobility data, integrated into artificial intelligence and data intelligence systems such as those proposed by Blimp, are key to the functioning of a true Smart City.


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