Which are the newest and most promising innovations in mobility? In order to keep you posted, we are gathering the current developments of the mobility market, giving you some easy to grasp background information on the newest buildout and thus preparing you for this year’s MQ! conference in Beijing.
Programme Guide: What to expect from MQ! 2019
The MQ! Innovation Summit encourages innovators in mobility to come together and inspire and collaborate again this year. During the two-day event, expert speakers will take the stage to share their ideas and visions.
Beijing: A city worth visiting
More than 7.7 million people live in the center of Beijing. The mega-city is not just China’s capital, but also a culturally significant city. But why exactly?
No more traffic jams: Chinas plans for flying taxis
The future of passenger transport could be the airspace above cities. Flight objects resembling drones may soon bring people to their destination — fully electric and fully autonomous.
How VR and AR change the automotive industry in China
By matching what you see and feel with no latency, holoride has been able to reduce symptoms of motion sickness — making time spent in transit time well spent, and adding thrill to every ride.
Tencent, Alibaba & Co.: Technology giants make China mobile
More and more companies are working across multiple industries. This is particularly noticeable among the technology giants, who are increasingly penetrating the mobility market — and are cooperating with established companies to do so.
China’s Fight Against Air Pollution
China has a giant problem with the pollution of its air. The country is trying to solve it with pressure and regulations, with modern technology being the primary possible solution.
China on its way to AI dominance
The AI race is a bit like the race to the moon, and China plans to outpace the USA as its biggest competitor as soon as possible. Maybe even sooner than originally planned.
China to become the world’s most important future lab
Startups play a vital role to technological development. In China, they receive the ideal conditions to grow — and often additional help from the big players.
Fuel Cells: China’s Next Big Thing
Short ranges and long charging times continue to be the main problem with electric vehicles. The solution could be fuel cells that convert hydrogen into electrical energy — China is shifting the focus of its research and funding towards just that.
China Makes Strides in Autonomous Driving
When it comes to the future of mobility, there’s no way around autonomous driving. In the coming decades, almost every mode of transportation could operate without a person at the wheel.
10 reasons why China is the shining model of electric mobility
The number of China’s electric charging stations is skyrocketing
China is rising to be the world’s capital of electric transportation with the biggest number of electric vehicles roaming the streets – and many more to come.