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1 Mobility_2030? I nnovation P latform 2030 – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA

2 Contents Visions - Mobility 2030? Mobility Studies – ÖAMTC (Austrian Automobile, Motorcycle and Touring Club)/Center for Innovation/ Mag. Gabriele Gerhardter Mobility Study Fraunhofer -Institute/IVI/Institute of Transport and Infrastructure Systems VISION - Car_2030? Today’s alternative means of transport – public and private – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 2

3 ÖAMTC/Mobility Study 2011/12 Mag. Gabriele Gerhardter – Centre for Innovation and Mobility, ÖAMTC (Austrian Automobile, Motorcycle and Touring Club) ÖAMTC – 3000 Austrian respondents 90% of households – 1 car 30% of households – 2 cars 84% - B – Driving License 29% - A – Driving License – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 3

4 ÖAMTC /Mobility Study 2011/12 63% - Private, personally licensed car 33% - use car exclusively 19% - no car – no use of a car 19% - annual ticket for public transport 33% of Austrians use public transport “frequently” 18% of Austrians combine means of transport – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 4

5 ÖAMTC/Mobility Study 2011/12 Rural areas: car is first choice at this point in time Cities and metropolitan areas:  Future/Vienna: 2 million inhabitants  About 500,000 economically active persons commute into another Federal Province  Problem: environmental pollution, limited energy resources, growing energy costs, not enough parking space – permit parking with “parking sticker” “multi-modal transport”  Increasing combination of various different means of transport  Improved combination of private cars and public transport  Alternative forms of mobility  High investments required – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 5

6 Fraunhofer Institute/Institute for Transport and Infrastructure Systems Courageous prognosis: 2050: number of cars to halve Power of cars as status symbol will diminish Climate change, excessive costs, greater private and professional flexibility, fewer strains “Using instead of owning” Expansion of public transport No monthly overhead car costs Use-related costs – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA

7 Vision/Car Thematic R&D Fields in the Automotive Industry - Example: VW Company :  Standard, rather than just to some extent, in the high-priced quality segment: Zero-emission cars Cars as living space Interlinked mobility Accident-free driving Tailor-made cars – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBAA 7

8 1st Vision – Zero-emission Cars Leaving fossil energies behind in terms of drive systems/engine Only renewable resources Greater vehicle efficiency  More hybrid engines – electrical drive system  Fuel-cell engine  Electrically powered vehicles - batteries – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 8

9 2nd Vision – Cars as Living Space More time spent in cars More cars (China, India) Comfortable and safe Greater working possibilities in cars  Internet and telephone directly integrated in cars – working and shopping from inside the car  Image representation – What are the surroundings like?  Connection of interior and exterior space – depicted on the screen virtually and in time  Increased voice recognition  Detection of fatigue – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 9

10 3rd Vision – Interlinked Mobility Greater direct car-to-car cooperation Greater communication car – Infrastructure Not only via traffic control centre Connection: intelligent cars Auto + intelligent roads Congestion research  Up-to-date notification on tailbacks at traffic lights – communication car – traffic light  Up-to-date notification of congestion and diversion of traffic in the car – communication car – car – road  Cars coupled in throngs  Report on head-to-tail distance – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 10

11 4th Vision – Accident-free Driving Avoidance of dangerous situations – assistance systems in standard versions  Parking sensor systems – reverse parking sensor – distance sensor systems  Fatigue detection  Information from other cars; car-to-car/vehicle-to-vehicle information without eye contact  Seeing behind hilltops and road bends  Holographic loading of dangerous situations onto the windscreen  Laser sensor systems  Cameras  Project Stanley: 200 km autonomously through the desert – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 11

12 5th Vision – Tailor-made Cars Variable vehicle concepts Colour-changing paints and screens Flexibly changeable interior space  1 – person vehicle: Electrical engine, foldable for parking, no dashboard – holographic instruments for multi-touch and gesture input, all safety elements, all communication elements as in Visions  2 – person coupé: hanging seats + w.o  Family car: rotable front seats – entertainment + w.o – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 12

13 Private Alternative Means of Transport – electrical cars Are there current limits to usability of electrical cars ? Test drive by ÖAMTC (Austrian Automobile, Motorcycle and Touring Club) Vienna to Wörgl – 420 km Mitsubishi i-MiEV 1 storage battery – charged for 160 km No heat, no elevation, no use of “power guzzlers” in the car Charging period – 7 hours – in the shade! Storage battery – does not charge fully at high temperatures 70 km/h on elevations Departure time: Tuesday, 6.00 a.m., from Vienna 1 overnight stay Arrival time: Wednesday, p.m., Wörgl 5x “refuelling” 1 ½ days – Vienna - Wörgl Normal drive time – 5 hours! – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 13

14 Alternative Means of Transport – Public Transport – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 14 AutoTram Extra Grand

15 Alternative Means of Transport AutoTram Extra Grand Rollout – in G Planned location of use, 2013: Dresden Weights and Measurements Total length A 30,730 mm – 30m! Total width (excl. exterior rear-view mirror) B 2,550 mm Total height C 3,400 mm Admissible total weight* 42,235 kg Tank capacity Diesel 280 l Transportation capacity 96 seated Up to 160 standing – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 15

16 Alternative Means of Transport AutoTram Extra Grand Cost-saving alternative to conventional busses and railways! High transportation capacity – 256 persons Variable transportation capacity – 3 parts Unidirectional and two-directional operation Not rail-bound – but ideally separate path Separate path less costly than rails 30 – 50 % decrease in costs over live-cycle vs. classical railway systems Low fuel consumption with partially zero-emission hybrid drive technology – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 16

17 Thank you Thank you for your attention! Will you become a user instead of an owner? Electrical cars? Are you planning to actively engage in information on transport planning? – Visions of Innovative Car-driving DI Dr. Heinz Stanek, MBA 17


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