This Use Case was co-created by citizens and organisations of the Move2CCAM project Satellites. Any information on this post is provided for research and informational purposes only and is not to be relied upon as a real-life implementation whatsoever.


Description:  Autonomous e-hailing service is a transportation platform that uses self-driving vehicles to provide on-demand rides to passengers for them to go wherever they want up to 10km in the city, reducing private car ownership.

Goal: The primary objective of the autonomous e-hailing service is to offer an efficient, on-demand transportation alternative within the city, covering distances up to 10km. By deploying self-driving vehicles, the service aims to significantly reduce the reliance on private car ownership, promoting a more sustainable and congestion-free urban mobility landscape. This service is designed not only to provide convenience and flexibility to passengers but also to contribute to a greener and more streamlined transportation ecosystem in urban areas.

Co-created by: Citizens and organisations in Germany and the Netherlands. 

Potential business model

  • Revenue stream: The service is in the hands of a private service company and it will primarily create revenue through its transportation service. Offering individuals a subscription plan tailored to their needs and frequency. 
  • Users/customers: All citizens



Photo credit: ZF Friedrichshafen AG


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