Faster Forward: The Future of Mobility

Faster Forward is a new documentary series from TU-Automotive that looks under the hood of emerging auto tech, such as 5G Internet connectivity, vehicle-to-vehicle communications, Lidar and more.


  1. Avatar David Stout 9th June 2020 @ 9:55 pm

    Interested in which conventional technologies will ‘wither’ quickest.

  2. Avatar Palle R Jensen 14th December 2020 @ 6:20 pm

    Autonomous vehicles do not solve the climate crisis and three billion EV’s globally will not be possible. Real innovation is needed and it doesn’t come from the auto industry or from the train industry. A system in between is RUF (Rapid Urban Flexible) developed in Denmark and recommended by many independent experts globally. RUF is a Dual Mode system using the best of both cars and trains so that cars can drive three times longer per kWh, it’s low cost in construction, allows for self driving without very critical software and solves the battery problem because it recharges batteries on the monorail. See:

  3. Avatar Paulo Bollini 4th March 2021 @ 6:14 pm

    Aluminum Air and Hydrogen offer the cleanest/greenest solutions that can scale. We must quit pretending Lithium will somehow defy physics and embrace better change.

  4. Avatar Jerry Roane 12th May 2021 @ 4:53 pm

    There was no mention of aerodynamic improvements where today’s cars fall flat. A Cd of .22 compares to 0.07 of dual mode EVs with frontal area of 12.055 square feet that roll on steel wheels on metal rolling surfaces. Energy waste of the historic automotive configuration must be the focus. Then we can talk about the trivial shift to clean electric power using swappable batteries that swap at 40 mph.

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