We are developing tomorrow's solutions already today

The mobility industry is rapidly transforming. With today's breakthrough digital technologies, the pace of innovation has accelerated to Autobahn speeds, with seemingly no limits to where we can go.

Future mobility according to us

At CEVT we envision a mobility future where transport seamlessly connects people’s lives, where one can get from point A to point B in a way which is cheaper, cleaner, safer. The journeys become productive and entertaining extensions of our day-to-day routines.

We believe in mobility on demand for a modern customer experience, smart systems to optimize capacity, predictive assets, and new funding methods to deliver connected infrastructure. Watch our panel discussions and seminars to get a deeper understanding of our thinking.

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What we already know, is that mobility will be dramatically different from today, especially in large urban areas. The combination of electric vehicles, mobility as a service and autonomous transport, will transform the way we live and work. Listen to our experts to learn more.

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Finding the next idea

Collaboration, cooperation and partnerships are key to long term success. You never know where you will find the next great idea.

Chalmers AI Research Centre is a consortium building a strong regional ecosystem of AI research and industrial applications.

The Swedish national centre for applied Artificial Intelligence with a mission to accelerate the use of AI within Sweden.

A strategic innovation program driving the development towards sustainable mobility solutions for people and goods.

A vehicle and traffic safety center at Chalmers, with a holistic approach covering people, vehicles and the infrastructure.

Research driven by the needs of 21 member organisations to accelerate the digitalization of European software intensive industry.

FKG is a trade association for Scandinavian suppliers to the automotive industry.

The goal of the centre is to generate knowledge within the field of electromobility, to build the foundations for sustainable mobility.

Connecting companies and students in sustainability projects, Miljöbron reduces the gap between industry and academia.

Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg is one of Europe’s top universities within technology and natural sciences.

A collaboration hub founded in 2017 by six global companies, to create and develop future mobility innovation.