NERVE, one of the world’s leading innovative technology companies, caused a stir at this year’s 2nd International Conference on Future Mobility. Taking part as Gold Sponsors, they showcased some of the company’s very latest in electric and driverless vehicle technology, set to completely disrupt urban transportation models the world over.
NERVE’s Smart Cruiser, a next-generation and multifunctional public transport solution, turned heads at the show. Smart, green and multifunctional, it is an intelligent electric vehicle with flawless suspension and robot technology, giving it unmatched high-speed, all-terrain capability.
Also on display at Future Mobility this year was NERVE’s renowned Autonomous Street Racer motorcycle, currently the world-record holder for the quickest electric motorcycle in the world. The motorcycle is expected to play an important role in the future of traffic management, police mobility and even emergency response infrastructure.
The 2nd International Conference on Future Mobility was inaugurated by H.E. Dr. Rashid Bin Ahmed Bin Fahad, UAE Minister of State. During the conference, NERVE Founder and CTO Soeren O. Ekelund delivered an informative speech focusing on the delicate balance between people, society and technology, and how each must be considered to achieve a more sustainable future.
Commenting on the occasion, NERVE’s Founder and CTO Søren O. Ekelund said: “It’s great to be taking part in one of the region’s most important transport events. This is a unique opportunity for us to showcase some of the best of our creations to Dubai and the wider region, and to initiate important conversations with public and private sector partners about the future of transport and mobility in the UAE. Dubai is an ideal platform for testing new ideas and innovative technologies, and our research indicates that products like the Smart Cruiser and Autonomous Street Racer motorcycle could be optimally deployed here. If Dubai is to become a hub for sustainability, it needs technology to support that ambition”.
Headquartered in Denmark and with a regional office based in Dubai, NERVE traces its origins to 2002 and is committed to creating a better world through technology. The company works with governments and private sector corporations around the world to provide cutting-edge solutions to challenges affecting a broad number of sectors, including transport, urban planning, civil defense and energy. NERVE and its sister companies continue to act as developer, subcontractor and dealer to for Danish Railroads, Tesla, Jaguar, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Google and more.