Caroline, Sophie and Marco give you a glimpse behind the scenes of the name change from Taxistop to Mpact. Months of work, creativity, and some headaches. But in the end: a great success. Dive with us into the world of blue triangles, augmented reality and postal parcels!
Why does Mpact develop shared mobility and holiday solutions? The Sustainable Development Goals are a handy tool for answering this question. Discover which of the 17 goals we help achieve in this blog.
In 2018, the question is no longer whether we want the current diversity in our society, but rather about how we will deal with it. Also in the area of sustainable and shared mobility, it is a challenge to reach a diverse group of people with our current services and projects.
Since recently you can download the source code for turning a modern car into a self-driving one for free. This could speed up the mobility transition in many countries.
Is technology able to make you blind? Angelo from Mpact has a particular experience after using the self-driving feature from the Tesla ModelX.
In August 2016, the car-sharing provider and Mpact spin-off organisation, “cambio”, launched its first wheelchair-friendly car in Belgium. Read more about this experiment.
A sustainable urban mobility plan (SUMP) is a very good tool to realize a serious impact in the cities. We believe that shared mobility should be part of every SUMP.
The driverless car is arriving. Soon, joining the daily traffic jams will be a lot more enjoyable. Traffic jams could also disappear. The use of cars can be much more effective if we make best use of the technology and available data. The self-driving car has the potential to dramatically change our mobility. But who decides which direction we go?