We find ourselves in an exciting human mobility moment. From technical innovations like self-driving & electric cars, realtime mapping & sensing, to radical system logistics improvements, big data, crowdsourcing, ride hailing, and car & bike sharing, the future of mobility seemed to be wide open and the possibilities were rapidly evolving further. However the Corona virus is still keeping the world in suspense, hence the old trajectories of the future mobility is no longer so clear.
In this course students are asked to explore new/changed/altered ways of current and future mobility technologies and concepts. From analysing and improving existing objects/products/tools/services, to showcasing radical new ways of mobility futures to inspire debate about their human consequences – social, cultural and ethical implications, both positive and negative.