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: A self-driving car that autonomously navigates to any destination, utilizing sensors and AI to safely maneuver without human intervention, merging convenience with innovative technology.

Goal: Enhancing safety and improving accessibility are the keystones of autonomous vehicle deployment, aiming to minimize accidents through the eradication of human errors and ensuring safe navigation via advanced sensors and algorithms. This innovative approach prioritizes mobility for all, offering solutions for individuals who might be restricted due to age, disability, or other factors, and simultaneously championing easy and reliable transportation for every citizen. Moreover, the initiative seeks to boost efficiency by optimizing traffic flow and enhancing fuel efficiency through strategic routing and driving patterns, while also contributing significantly to sustainability by adopting eco-friendly driving practices and facilitating integration with smart city infrastructure. Convenience is also at the forefront, with a targeted aim to utilize time more efficiently and offer hassle-free travel experiences by automating commuting and parking processes. The implementation of autonomous vehicles also sets the stage for expanding economic opportunities, enabling new business models and sparking job creation in various sectors, including technology development and vehicle maintenance. Furthermore, the approach is designed to reduce operational costs by minimizing expenses related to vehicle ownership and ensuring an efficient use of resources through optimized driving, thus contributing to enhanced urban planning and infrastructure by utilizing data for improved road management and integrating self-driving vehicles into existing public transport networks to bolster connectivity and streamline services.

Co-created by: Citizens and organisations in Cyprus. 

Potential business model

  • Revenue stream: Revenue will be generated through the direct sales and renting of the vehicle, and through a pay-per-use payment model.
  • Users/customers: All citizens including mobility-impaired ones.



Photo credits: El Universo


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