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2 Disruptive Mobility Asfaltdag 2014, Amersfoort Carlo van de Weijer Director Strategic Area Smart Mobility TU/e, TomTom Traffic Solutions

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5 Source: Raymond Kurzweil, Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence

6 Disruptive change Digitize Disrupt Demonetize Democratize

7 Demonetization

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9 The mobile being The 1h06m mobility urge

10 The mobile being Mobile hours per day Gross Domestic Product (GPD) per Capita US$ 1985

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13 The car has become a computer on wheels A modern car produces 100Tb data per hour The new Mercedes S-Class has more ECU’s and 100x more lines of software code compared to a Boeing 747 The vehicle starts outsmarting the driver. After ESP and ABS, more and more functions are taken over by the vehicle

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15 Cost of Mobility Source: KiM Mobiliteitsbalans 2009, CPB 2004, I&M 2008 Safety: 1,8- 2,3 % GDP Environment:0,3- 1,4 % GDP Congestion: 0,9- 1,2 % GDP ________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL:3,0- 4,9 % GDP

16 Cost of Mobility Source: KiM Mobiliteitsbalans 2009, CPB 2004, I&M 2008 Safety: 1,8- 2,3 % GDP Environment:0,3- 1,4 % GDP Congestion: 0,9- 1,2 % GDP ________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL:3,0- 4,9 % GDP

17 Stupid Mobility

18 Traffic Death in the Netherlands Relatively less cars are involved in fatal accidents Limited effectiveness of law enforcement: Less and less accidents caused by traditional traffic offenses; driver distraction is the new enemy Volvo: “no one will be killed or injured in a new Volvo by 2020”

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20 Cost of Mobility Source: KiM Mobiliteitsbalans 2009, CPB 2004, I&M 2008 Safety: 1,8- 2,3 % GDP Environment:0,3- 1,4 % GDP Congestion: 0,9- 1,2 % GDP ________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL:3,0- 4,9 % GDP

21 Stupid Mobility

22 NOx (g/kWh) 0, ,20 – 95 % – 97 % 0,40 Euro ,10 Euro 2 Euro 3 Euro 4 Euro 5 Euro Euro Euro Euro Euro Euro Euro 6 PM (g/kWh) Emission legislation

23 Cost of Mobility Source: KiM Mobiliteitsbalans 2009, CPB 2004, I&M 2008 Safety: 1,8- 2,3 % GDP Environment:0,3- 1,4 % GDP Congestion: 0,9- 1,2 % GDP ________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL:3,0- 4,9 % GDP

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28 Company Confidential

29 Traffic will be a self-steering system of well-informed individuals. Governments will have to make a shift from managing traffic to facilitating traffic. Traffic jams are a voluntary and predictable event. Cost of congestion decreases as drivers can use time effectively Automation will lead to increased use of roads Traffic Management 2.0

30 Cost of Mobility Source: KiM Mobiliteitsbalans 2009, CPB 2004, I&M 2008 Safety: 1,8- 2,3 % GDP  0% GDP Environment:0,3- 1,4 % GDP  0% GDP Congestion: 0,9- 1,2 % GDP  0% GDP ________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL:3,0- 4,9 % GDP  0% GDP

31 Governmental cost of modalities, €/1000pk, NL Bron: CE 2014, Accenture

32 Transparent supply-demand information will change mobility

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34 “Simplification” of road infrastructure: – Refrain from Variable Message Signs, DRIPS, portals – Return to elementary, two-dimensional roads with high tech focus basic functions (friction, support, road marking, drainage, +) – Less variety in traffic rules (variable speed, rush hour lanes, ++). The limited effect will not justify the increased complexity and cost Smart Mobility = Smart Cars on no-nonsense infrastructure More road traffic, more payload Create flexibility for the future, unlike examples below 34 Future roads

35 Vehicles will solve most of their own problems Smart Mobility: Intelligent mobility with intelligent vehicles on elementary roads Automation and demand- supply services will lead to further growth of road traffic The high-tech will be in the asphalt, and driving on top of it


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