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Audi study „25th Hour – Flow“: No Congestion in the City of the Future

The mobility of the future will be smart, simple, clean and safe. Cars will increasingly be networked with each other, with infrastructure and with our smartphones. In this flexible, multi-modal transport system, everyone will benefit: people will reach their destinations more quickly, cities will gain more space for living, and environmental impact will be sustainably reduced.

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  • 06/17/21
    Company

    Audi Denkwerkstatt presents ecomove app to playfully reduce your carbon footprint

    The new ecomove app helps users comprehend and reduce their own personal mobility emissions and offset unavoidable carbon emissions. The Audi Denkwerkstatt innovation unit in Berlin came up with the idea for the app. The app will be presented to the public for the first time at the GREENTECH FESTIVAL (June 16 – 18).
  • 11/11/20
    Company

    Experts discuss future mobility at the digital MQ! Innovation Summit

    With #neverstopquestioning as the motto, this year once again Audi invited international experts to a digital discussion on the future of mobility. The core questions remain: is there a “mobility quotient” (MQ), like an IQ? And how can it be measured? How will we define sustainable mobility in the future? How can customers’ needs best be integrated into product development? These are just a few of the questions that 1,500 participants from 70 countries, as well as external and internal experts, considered in various digital formats over the past two days.
  • 10/28/20
    Company

    First digital MQ! Innovation Summit in 2020

    Audi is once again inviting international pioneers, thought leaders and experts to this year’s MQ! Innovation Summit to discuss the mobility of the future. Key topics include sustainability, electric mobility, smart cities and technology ethics. In addition to attending ten keynote speeches, the participants can also dive deeper into the topics in various workshops.

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