This is how we get from A to B tomorrow
Take your morning flight to the office with a taxi drone? Have your car drive you to work? Or shoot through a vacuum tube in a passenger capsule? But what can we really expect?
There will be rolling road yachts
Autonomous cars do not need a window. There are many more possibilities for use and design, says Alexander Mankowsky, futurist at Daimler AG.
Air taxis: Soon with the Drone in the office?
Video-Interview with Daniel Wiegand, CEO Lilium. The German startup is developing flying taxi drones. The aviation engineer predicts that air taxis could take over up to 40 percent of car traffic in the next 15 years.
High insurance costs for analoge drivers?
What happens when human drivers and autonomous cars share road traffic? We interviewed Michael Decker, Professor of Technology Assessment in the Philosophy department of the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT).
Hyperloop: In the vacuum tube from Munich to Berlin
Interview with Gabriele Semino, leads the WARR Hyperloop project at TU Munich. In 2017 and 2018, his team of students won Elon Musk's SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition with the fastest custom-built capsule. The Hyperloop is the idea of a vacuum tube that will one day carry passengers at high speed.
Autonomous cars: The new multifunctional room
"When a car drives autonomously, I can think about games and entertainment," says Ralf Lamberti, Head of Intellectual Property, Trends & Innovation at Daimler AG in the interview.