The Future Mobility Network

Specialist in the mobility of the future

Themes

The specialists of The Future Mobility Network do what they are good at, solving mobility issues within a wide range of projects. We have divided them into various themes. Click to get an explanation of the themes in each of our areas of expertise.

Smart Mobility

What opportunities does smart mobility offer for accessibility and sustainability?

Smart Shipping

What does the sailing and transport by water of the future look like?

Smart Logistics

What does smart logistics mean for the future of supply chain?

Spatial Strategies

What is the effect of new mobility on the built environment?

Everyone said it was impossible until someone came along who didn't know!"

Albert Einstein

Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live as if you’ll die today!"

James Dean

Innovation is the ability to see change as an opportunity - not as a threat

Steve Jobs

The future is full of opportunities, by working together we believe is is possible to make a difference.
As a partnership with inspired consultants, we are ready to put the future of mobility into practise.

Projects

Projects we are proud of

Knowledge development digital infrastructure

There is a lot of experimentation with automated transport in the Netherlands. The complexity and variety of traffic situations combined with the guarantees that must be given for the safety of automated driving mean that driving without human supervision is not yet possible.

Potential shared mobility per target group

Together with Rebel Group, Springco and Kwirkey, we were commissioned by BPD Development to create a toolkit for area development and mobility. Part of this toolkit was a calculation tool for estimating the potential of shared mobility for specific target groups

Future Mobility Challenge

In collaboration with BAM infra and the Shift study association (master’s degree programme in Industrial Ecology, Leiden University), we issued a challenge to get students to think about the impact of innovative mobility. The impact of innovative mobility in public space can be expressed in terms of the use of space, air quality, the amount of greenery and the flow of traffic in the city.

Knowledge development digital infrastructure

There is a lot of experimentation with automated transport in the Netherlands. The complexity and variety of traffic situations combined with the guarantees that must be given for the safety of automated driving mean that driving without human supervision is not yet possible.

Potential shared mobility per target group

Together with Rebel Group, Springco and Kwirkey, we were commissioned by BPD Development to create a toolkit for area development and mobility. Part of this toolkit was a calculation tool for estimating the potential of shared mobility for specific target groups

Future Mobility Challenge

In collaboration with BAM infra and the Shift study association (master’s degree programme in Industrial Ecology, Leiden University), we issued a challenge to get students to think about the impact of innovative mobility. The impact of innovative mobility in public space can be expressed in terms of the use of space, air quality, the amount of greenery and the flow of traffic in the city.

Team

Our network consists of passionate consultants

Our latest news

The Future Mobility Network would like to keep you informed. We collect as much news, articles, research and other interesting content about the mobility of the future as possible.

Interview 5G Playbook

“We want to make the world a better place by implementing the mobility of the future. Sustainability, quality of life, accessibility and comfort are paramount.

FABULOS project realises robot buses with our help

After 1.5 years of developing autonomous shuttle solutions, the FABULOS project now brings robot buses to the streets of Europe. From this spring onwards, three robot bus prototypes will be evaluated in real-life conditions in five European cities.

Masterthesis: Robot delivery on the last mile

Commissioned by The Future Mobility Network, Tim did his master thesis on robot delivery on the last mile.

Using a use case approach, he investigated how robot delivery would tackel certain challenges on the Erasmus campus.

Partners

We are an independent network that, together with scientists, government and industry, firmly tackles the mobility issue and is already implementing many forms of future mobility today.