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.
Today the success stories of AirBnB, BlaBlaCar, Lyft, and others are already well known. The rise of these initiatives is just one side of the sharing economy. In many neighborhoods, peer-initiatives are flourishing. Something new is happening – the rise of active citizenship, people identifying themselves with their neighborhood, working on social cohesion – a renaissance of neighborhoods and bringing people together who believe in each other. At least this is happening in the Belgian city of Ghent where local initiatives received a big window: a very successful sharefest took place this September.