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We had the pleasure of collaborating again with Daimler to create this set of 3 illustrations. These mobility scenarios focus on 3 distinct global urban areas.
The Berlin scenario has a strong focus on integration of future technologies into historic urban structures. It shows how futuristic trends could improve european cities by distributing and democratising individual transport and relaxing current traffic situations.
Inhabitants make use of a diverse mix of transporation. Urban climate and available public domains improve since the privately owned vehicle is vanishing and being replaced by shared forms of traffic. Vehicles evolve from pure means of transportation into social spaces especially when human interaction and steering gets redundant.
The Los Angeles Scenario depicts a city that is formed by the automobile and needs individual transport by nature. The urge to turn the US-metropolis into an area of quality demands zoning regulation. Central areas will turn into green areas that only allow pollution free vehicles which coexist with bycicles, e-bikes, hover boards and pedestrians. The use of automatic driving might encourage an intensified use of mobility since vehicles now can be “sent” for quick errands.
Last but not least the Shanghai scenario is representing an urban areas of maximum density. Massive traffic congestions will still be an issue and demand for strict regulations. Authorities will increasingly give out benefits for environmentally friendly modes of transportations and charge for people who still insist on owning private vehicles. Public transport in great variety will fill every gap of possible need and budget. Yet for the fortunate ones these might be areas were individual personal aerial drones become attractive to escape the urban chaos underneath.