As awareness of the climate crisis grows, so does scrutiny of the aviation industry. However, while many look to the skies for solutions, opportunities also exist on the ground to make airports more sustainable.
A number of cities are trialing different incentives to reduce car numbers. However, there is no ‘silver bullet’ and viable alternatives must be in place for initiatives to succeed.
In February, Shotl were invited to participate in the 3rd and final phase of the EU research project FABULOS (part of Horizon 2020). We entered this phase of the project alongside Sensible 4.
Munich Airport rolled out its new corporate shuttle service ShuttleMe which is based on Shotl’s on-demand mobility platform. This service represents a new and improved way for employees to move between multiple spaces at the airport site.
Fully autonomous vehicles are finally starting to roll off the test tracks and onto the streets, and developers are realizing there’s more to providing transit services than just driving.
Our modern cities are becoming “knowledge economies”; Economies where products and services are produced through intellectual knowledge. Cities should function as hubs that encourage innovation.
On Wednesday the 27th of November we attended the Spazio Novecento in Rome where we received the Gold Award for Open Innovation.
We are excited to announce that Shotl have received the Mobility City Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Providing frequent and cost-effective public transport in scattered residential areas is a challenge. But success stories do exist. Like our fully functional operation in the city of Vimercate, located in Italy’s northern Monza province.