With $16 billion in revenue by 2025 projected to be the value of the Australian future transport market, the business potential is immense.
The world is increasingly thinking differently about mobility—mass systems to replace single public transport, alternative mobility systems, and autonomous/crewless vehicles designed to transport people … the list could go on and on.
What power are we going to use for our future vehicles? Will it be electricity, hydrogen, or nuclear? or something else?
Will we still be driving, flying, steering vehicles ourselves in ten years? Twenty years? Or will they drive, fly or steer themselves and we’ll just become passengers?
The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated a case for autonomous vehicles with some deliveries being made by drones and driverless shuttles. We already have autonomous trains so now we are looking further at autonomous trucks, EVTOL and STOL vehicles, autonomous ships and boats. Most likely they will all be electric powered and this is about Carbon emission reduction as much as mobility. The future mobility sector closely aligns with the Renewable Energy sector with, battery charging systems, swappable battery solutions, new battery and charging technologies all part of the growing list of capabilities and needs.
Future Mobility is about today and the way we intend to live tomorrow.
This year’s UN IPCC Report has shown that in the early 2030’s the Earth’s temperature will warm beyond the 1.5ºC limits set in 2015 by the Paris Agreement—a serious situation for everyone.
Hundreds of the world’s top scientists have analysed projections and are now advising we must reduce greenhouse emissions. A move towards alternative powering of vehicles is inevitable.
Aktive Services can get you involved and on the way to being an industry forerunner in whichever form of future mobility that is your focus.
We offer tactical advice, networks, connections and crucial funding support that you need to grow and succeed in this lucrative, growing marketplace.
Support and grants currently available include:
- The Accelerating Commercialisation Grant provides small and medium businesses, entrepreneurs and researchers with access to expert advice and funding to help get a novel product, process or service to market
- Up to $500,000 matched funding to Research Commercialisation Entities and Eligible Partner Entities.
- Up to $1 million of matched project funding for all other eligible applicants.