CES 2016: A look at the future of mobility

Some of the members of the Transportation Evolution Institute attended the Consumer Electronics Show in January. Thanks to our friends from BlackBerry who made it happen!CES-PASSES

Obviously, lots to see and experience related to mobility. From drones to autonomous vehicles, a walk through the Las Vegas Convention confirmed that we will see more changes in mobility before the end of this decade than we have over the last fifty years. Following is a photo wrap up of our experience with some commentary.


Expect the dashboard to be converted to an enormous screen and the front windshield to be extremely intelligent with integrated GPS and more.

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Drones, drones and more drones of every size imaginable – from the hardly perceptible to the heavy duty.


More EV models from more manufacturers are on their way.

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Despite the hype, we were disappointed with the Faraday Future vehicle. Yes, it made an impression but more concrete, pragmatic would have been appreciated.


The vehicle is being re-designed to accommodate more comfortable long-distance travel, meetings and comfortable workspaces. VW is also thinking that its e-Buddy will also accommodate drone deliveries.

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