The concept of mobility is central to our lifestyles. We travel, shop and interact with people in altogether new ways, making it even more important to ensure that the future of mobility is sustainable and inclusive.

Today, transportation accounts for about one third of Sweden’s total greenhouse gas emissions, a stumbling block on Sweden’s road to becoming a zero net greenhouse gas emitter. Investing in renewable energy and fossil-free transportation calls for a shift in technology, new ways of doing business, a new regulatory framework, and above all — a total change in people’s mindset of what constitutes mobility.

By encouraging innovation, regulation and investment to work together towards the same goal, Sweden has become one of the frontrunners of new mobility solutions.

In the exhibition you learn about historic changemakers, such as Aina Wifalk’s modern walker for people with disabilities and Volvo’s three-point safety belt, and failed experiments. Discover how Swedes carry their babies, protect their heads when biking, automate mining exploration, and move freely in nature even when they live with physical disabilities.

Producers
Swedish Institute
Embassy of Sweden in Washington, D.C.

Graphic Design
Kidler

Illustrations
Rippler Communications

Editor
Lagerberg Media

Exhibition design
Anton Sjöström, Furniture and Design

Partners
Bumbee Labs
CAKE
Civil Rights Defenders
Drive Sweden
EcoRide/Walleräng
Edeva
Einride
Elonroad
Ericsson One
Everdrone
Gävleborg County Council
Hugo
Hövding
If P&C Insurance Company
IKEA
Inzile
Museum of Failure
Najell
National Museum of Science
and Technology in Sweden
Norrsidan Innovation
Panthera AB
Permobil
Prisma Daps
Rumtiden Idea Lab
Senseair
Sensys Gatso
The Swedish Transport Administration
The Train Brain
Trust Care
Uniti
Univrses
Urban ICT Arena
Urskog
Velove
Viscando
Volvo Cars
Volvo Trucks

More about the exhibition

For inquires, please contact Oskar Röhlander