Three Futuristic Modes of Transportation

Three Futuristic Modes of Transportation

Autonomous vehicles would change the current automotive industry, resulting in the industry's greatest and most drastic transition since its introduction at the turn of the twentieth century.

Fremont, CA: The much-anticipated era of futuristic transportation will be both exciting and thrilling, as modern and advanced modes of transportation would fully replace older ones, fundamentally changing the transportation industry and causing a dramatic transformation. Autonomous cars have been the prominent figureheads of future transportation, but the landscape of the era encompasses many other technologies that are just as remarkable as autonomous cars and have incredible disruptive power for the world we live in.

Here are three future modes of transportation:

Hyperloop

As the name implies, a hyperloop is an enclosed tube or series of tubes through which a pod can move at high speeds without facing air resistance or friction. Tesla and Hyperloop One are two of the most well-known companies working on Hyperloop.

Passengers will be able to fly at 600 miles per hour in the Hyperloop, which is more than twice the speed of the fastest train. Many cities around the world, like San Francisco and Baltimore, are working on hyperloop ventures.

Autonomous Cars

As a result of recent advances in Cloud computing and emerging technologies such as AI, IoT, and LiDAR, autonomous cars have gone from a vision to reality, with several companies announcing plans to deploy autonomous vehicles and trial runs of these cars already taking place in various cities around the world.

Autonomous vehicles would change the current automotive industry, resulting in the industry's greatest and most drastic transition since its introduction at the turn of the twentieth century.

Convertible Cab cum Store

Future ride-sharing vehicles would be able to transform into various shapes. This will improve their basic functionality as well as their flexibility. Toyota has created the e-Palette concept car, which can be converted from a standard cab to a store selling some products or a delivery truck.

This means that a cab in the morning will turn into a T-shirt store in the evening and a food-delivery van in the evening. In the near future, businesses will change seats in vans and buses to make them more convertible. Personalized routes based on user data will also see the light of day soon.

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