Up to now, we have been the masters of our mobility, in charge of driving, riding and marking trajectories, while observing the surroundings. We have built the modern world by using vehicles to discover new destinations, get there and build more. Therefore, as the vehicle was creating its own environment, a bit at a time and by practice, we became observers of the moving scape.
Any transition in history between mobility systems, has been proven a complex process involving various factors. We have assisted paradigm shifts that cannot be managed singlehandedly while unforeseen phenomena have always occurred.
In early 2020 the unexpected pandemic confirmed the above, enhancing the physical aspect of mobility.
This static period of confinement has certainly raised many mobility questions. In the future, new types of vehicles will create our relationship with the surrounding space and will establish new values.