It’s no secret - as the global population becomes more interconnected, we must adapt and expand our approach to mobility. Through the Innovate Mobility Series, Ford is inviting software developers across the globe to help explore mobility issues facing communities around the world and unearth new solutions.
Whether you’re on a village road in India, a congested freeway in Los Angeles, or the streets of Shanghai, Ford’s goal is to make mobility affordable in every sense of the word – economically, environmentally, and socially. And since global changes require global input and innovation, we need you! All challenges in the Innovate Mobility Series are open to developers worldwide.
Check out the challenges below to see how you can get involved.
Take parking into the 21st century. Submit software that reimagines outdoor parking lots in Los Angeles!
Out-app mother nature. Create software to improve mobility during the monsoon season in Mumbai.
Help make every minute in the Golden Hour count. Create software to enable timely and better quality care to trauma victims in Delhi.
Add value to the vehicle through the creation of accessories for vehicles, especially commercial vehicles, in the largest city in South Africa.
Big impact for large cities. Use software to redefine & improve how goods are delivered in Lisbon.
Improve mobility to extend the reach of healthcare. Create solutions to help provide uncompromised healthcare in rural areas in Tamil Nadu.
Help commuters in the world’s largest city. Submit commuter-focused software for residents of Shanghai.
Simplify multi-modal trips in Chongqing, one of China’s largest cities, to help people move around their city more easily as they navigate the “Mountain City’s” complex geography.
The Future of Mobility Contest will challenge college students and entrepreneurs to submit ideas for projects that will help mitigate traffic congestion and improve overall mobility in Argentina, particularly relating to aspects like urban planning, intelligentinfrastructure and new models for public and private mobility.
No purchase necessary. See specific challenge websites for complete rules and competition dates.