Smart Transport

Rise of greener, leaner mobility won’t be thrown off course

Aerial view of the Port of Dover

When Zenzic launched the UK Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) Roadmap to 2030 in late 2019 it was a milestone achievement for it and for the UK CAM sector as a whole.

The first iteration of the roadmap unlocked the collaborative potential of the country by creating a common goal that technology developers, legislators and service providers could work towards: the 2030 target deadline. 

Covid-19 has not been too disruptive to the development of the technology underpinning CAM, but it has had a negative impact on how people travel, pushing us away from public or shared transport and into our own cars. 

Local authorities will likely need to contend with a reduced enthusiasm for shared transport options even when the worst of the pandemic is behind us.