The future of urban mobility

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Using technology and intelligence to make your morning commute faster, safer and easier – with a folding bike.

Cities all around the world are increasingly facing problems caused by transport and traffic. Urban mobility accounts for 40 % of all CO2 emissions of road transport and up to 70 % of other pollutants from transport.

The question of how to enhance mobility while at the same time reducing congestion, accidents and pollution is a common challenge for everyone.

In this episode, Peter Maloof and Samantha Burden from the Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange in New York sit down with Manuel Saez, CEO and Co-Founder of Brooklyness to discuss how this micro-mobility startup is working to solve some of these challenges using technology and intelligence.

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