Personal capacity and infrastructural design very often impact one’s ability to move from Point A to B, traverse various floors of a building, or simply enter through a door. These, in turn, affect independence, self-sufficiency, and psychology that the population faces up to. How do we enable, encourage, and support with innovation to overcome accessibility and mobility challenges? How do we address physical and infrastructural barriers to embody the inclusiveness in smart cities?
By improving and overcoming challenges, the solutions promote interactions which can lead to meaningful careers, and ultimately better quality of life. Following the fireside chat held in the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab in August 2022, Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) is determined to address accessibility and mobility challenges.
Call For Innovation (CFI)
HMG, in partnership with the Lab, intends to work with global partners in an ecosystem to drive holistic, end-to-end accessibility and mobility solutions for those affected, and other stakeholders alike.
This project involves the following stages:
1. Identifying accessibility and mobility challenges in transportation and infrastructures that respective innovators submit along with their solutions
2. Reviewing CFI proposals by innovators with the potential of teaming up with one another to provide holistic, end-to-end solutions
For more information, visit the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab website at https://smartlab.expert/smart-mobility/