Philipp Siebourg's Induction Powered Vehicle (or IPV) isn't just a concept for a new kind of car, it's a complete transportation system designed to reduce congestion in big urban centers. Instead of bumper-to-bumper traffic in the heart of the city, Siebourg's proposal calls for a car-free, magnetized area that is serviced exclusively by automated personal transports.
Each IPV can be controlled by it's passenger via a mobile device (in the example provided below, the passenger is holding an iPhone), and you can drive and park at an IPV loading zone much like you would a bus station. Siebourg also calls for an alternative system in managing traffic — which is similar to how some intersections in Tokyo operate — whereby all the cars proceed at once, then pedestrians, and then bikers, rather than mixing it all up.
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