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Roadmap to 2030

This report by General Motors Co. summarizes a series of six forums about sustainable mobility that were held in conjunction with the World Expo 2010 Shanghai.

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R This report by General Motors Co. summarizes a series of six forums about sustainable mobility that were held in conjunction with the World Expo 2010 Shanghai.

The report envisions a transportation future solidly rooted in personal mobility devices powered by electricity and no larger than they need to be for the immediate transportation task. These vehicles will be connected wirelessly and be equipped to operate semi-autonomously and fully autonomously.

The report says the personal mobility revolution will be realized by the convergence of a host of emerging technologies. And just as the Internet does not give one personal computer manufacturer an advantage over another but makes all computers more functional, the same will be true with an intelligent transportation system.

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