Continental shows smart swarm mobility at IAA

September 07, 2017 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
At the International Motor Show (IAA), which opens its doors next week in Frankfurt, Continental will focus on automated driving, electric driving and the driver interface in a networked vehicle. All this is not only about the technology in the car itself, but also about models for the interaction of different mobility carriers.

“In the last century, the needs of the automobile-oriented traffic were a particular feature of the townscape and habitats. In the 21st century, people's needs are becoming increasingly central to mobility. In the vehicles of the future, office and living room will merge into new, individual living spaces on wheels,” explained Continental CEO Elmar Degenhart the overarching direction of the technology development.

As part of an interactive presentation, visitors to Continental’s stand at the trade show will experience how Continental imagines the safe, clean, intelligently networked mobility of the future. With the help of virtual reality glasses, visitors can experience the BEE (Balanced Economcy and Ecology mobility concept) vehicle concept. The BEE with its coordinated swarm behaviour is part of an entire mobility technology family for the urban space.

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