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The Mobility Revolution – made up of a move toward environmentally-aware, quality-of-life enhancing electric, autonomous and shared vehicles – is actually part of a broader transformation that has been called the Third (or Fourth) Industrial Revolution. It not just changes how we live, work and move around in our increasingly urban and nomadic lives, it challenges working models that have existed even before the first (and second) Industrial Revolution.

Public interest in finding alternatives to Diesel continues to grow. People are becoming more and more aware of their own health in cities - and less and less tolerant of harmful emissions. In ten years’ time, 2015 will be seen to have been a watershed moment in the progression toward zero-emissions transport. In our interview, Lukas Neckermann, an entrepreneur and strategy advisor explains how vehicle electrification will impact other industries and explains the roadmap towards zero-emissions transportation.

Making the dream of electric, autonomous and shared mobility a reality requires a series of enabling technologies. One of the keys to our upcoming mobility revolution – both in urban areas and over long distances – is dynamic wireless charging.