With its English-language children’s book “Where Do Cars Go at Night?”, the research lab of moovel Group GmbH is addressing the question of how autonomous driving will change our mobility, and illustrates possible scenarios for the future. “Where Do Cars Go at Night” premiered at the Frankfurt Book Fair, which takes place from October 19 to 23, 2016.

Autonomous driving is likely to change the world of mobility hugely in the coming ten years. In its twenty-five-page children’s book “Where Do Cars Go at Night?”, the moovel lab illustrates how our lives could look in the future due to autonomous driving. The illustrated book tells the story of a day in the life of the self-driving car “Carla-15”. During the daytime, Carla-15 and her car friends carry people from A to B. At nighttime, they do shopping, sweep the streets, and water plants in the park. These examples illustrate how, through fleet management and advanced sensor technology, self-driving cars could be used in new fields and relieve the burden on cities. As an electric vehicle in a car-sharing fleet, Carla refuels at the charging station after her work is done.

The aim of the project is to make future scenarios tangible using a simple story, and to present the complex topic of autonomous driving in an easy-to-understand way. This should encourage children and adults to take part in the social discourse about the future of mobility.

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