TEKIA and Smart MobilityGlobal population growth, hand in hand with social and economic development, centered mainly around cities, has created new urban and interurban mobility needs in modern society.
Efficient and sustainable mobility, capable of providing access to key destinations and services, is nowadays considered one of the central tenets in the construction of livable cities. This is why we, at TEKIA, consider mobility management and integrated planning indispensable. In a TEKIA city, our goal is to improve mobility using advanced technology and new management models (Smart Mobility), integrating transport and systems engineering to act upon mobility supply and demand.
PROYECTO2015-2017. DIAGNOSIS AND ANALYSIS OF THE TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM IN CHILE (CL)
Designing smart mobility
TEKIA’s studies are aimed at improving or integrating the use of technology in mobility reform plans (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans - SUMP).
We strive to find better ways to balance the demand for transport of passengers and goods with each transport system’s actual capacity, maximizing its efficiency, discouraging unnecessary use of private vehicles and promoting more effective, healthy and environmentally-friendly means of transport, such as public transport, non-motorized vehicles and new collaborative car-pooling systems to make mobility more efficient from every perspective.