Technology & – Ericsson

September 12, 2022

Welcome to a video series where we explore how new technology can help us create a smarter and more sustainable society.
What does the public transport of the future actually look like? To find out, we visited line 549 in Barkarbystaden in Stockholm, where the buses are fully connected and self-driving.
Technology helps us all in our everyday life, but for some it is absolutely necessary. We visited Permobil to take a closer look at the world’s first connected wheelchair.
Cars today are already computers on wheels that make our journeys more comfortable and safe. Now, thanks to better connectivity, this developent is ready for the next leap.

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