Issue No. 9 | 2020

News of tomorrow

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08.05.2020 | Onlineredaktion Berlin TXL

How “a whole new form of flight” will shape the cities of the future

Flying cars have long been the object of science fiction, but a real-world version of them known as urban air mobility (UAM) is becoming an increasingly certain part of our future and we might see them sooner than you think.

Green stimulus can repair global economy and climate, a study says

Green economy recovery packages for the coronavirus crisis will repair the global economy and put the world on track to tackle climate breakdown. But time is running out to implement the changes needed, new analysis has shown.

Intel to buy Moovit for $1B to boost its autonomous car division

Chip giant Intel is in the final stages of a deal to acquire Moovit, a startup that applies AI and big data analytics to track traffic and provide transit recommendations to some 800 million people globally.

Europe’s cities are making less room for cars after coronavirus

Hard-hit Milan may be leading the way in reimagining how transit and commuting patterns could change as cities emerge from coronavirus shutdowns. Some corona-related actions could be practical ways to build a livable post-pandemic urban future.

Big Data is the key to get out of coronavirus lockdown

The key to lift the lockdown lies in tracking the early symptoms of COVID-19 in millions of people across the country. This is a more efficient way to track the early signs of coronavirus than testing for active infections.

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