With Nikolaj Koster, Head of Mobility at Deem, Inc.
This fascinating discussion with Nikolaj Koster, Head of Mobility at Deem, Inc. covers a broad range of topics, including:
How artificial intelligence will help save the world and why your kid won’t need a driver’s license. Koster predicts that before the end of this decade, the majority of cars in our cities won’t have a driver. Learn more about the role artificial intelligence is likely to play in our everyday life, what your futuristic trip across town might entail, and why we should all be excited about robots behind the wheel.
There’s no denying that climate change, sustainability, and the swiftly changing culture around travel is top of mind these days. Find out why the emphasis on “going green” is both more important and exciting than ever to Koster and what kind of impact he believes modern mobility solutions can really have.
94% of all road accidents are caused by human error. Let’s talk about safety and perceived safety (how safe is safe enough) for these new mobility systems
4. Multimodal transportation and getting our streets back from the cars.
When it comes to aspirations to revolutionize access to mobility options of all kinds, Koster doesn't hold back. Enjoy a good look at the vivid picture he paints of a future wherein commutes are active, flexible, sustainable, and fun - and public spaces less needed by vehicles are repurposed for people.
A mobility as a service future where we just pay for the minutes and miles we travel
6. Private vs. public MaaS:
How does private operated MaaS systems work with the existing city operated mass transit?
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