The smart car is more economical, cleaner, safer and cheaper than current models. It not only requires a technical breakthrough to enable the growth¬†of smart mobility, but also some administrative disobedience. That’s what Carlo van de Weijer, director of Smart Mobility at TU Eindhoven, says in an interview with BrabantKennis on the Next Mobility Hack. The platform gathers information for a hackathon around smart mobility in October.

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