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Discussing mobility is one of the great challenges for cities to become smarter, more connected and sustainable. The reformulation of urban infrastructure and the feasibility of more sustainable means of transport are increasingly necessary and urgent. New models should generate direct impacts on the economy, contributing to social rebalancing, fostering inclusive, connected, accessible and sustainable cities.
Aeromovel Technology is an innovative solution to face these challenges due to its solid scientific basis and purpose of improving people's lives.
Transport Oriented Development – DOT today represents one of the main ways to build and transform cities into more dynamic, sustainable and integrated spaces for people. The DOT strategy constitutes guidelines to avoid urban sprawl and promote the efficient use of the city's infrastructure, bringing housing areas and job opportunities closer together by encouraging the mixed use of land close to public transport axes.
Transport is a facilitator of people's lives and a necessary means for achieving the goals of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN's 2030 Agenda. Aeromovel Technology emerges as one of the main choices for urban transport in our century.
Meeting today's needs without compromising those of future generations means implementing, right away, solutions that contribute to a socially just, economically viable and ecologically correct life.
The e-book Aeromovel Technology - An engineering journey is the record of the innovative history of Aeromovel. Get to know this pioneering idea and its evolution as it becomes one of the sustainable urban mobility modalities.
Oskar Coester realizes that "distances are no longer measured in kilometers, but in time."
This perception would guide him throughout his life.
Construction of the first prototype for a passenger transportation system powered by pneumatic
The Pilot Line, built in Porto Alegre (RS, Brazil), was the first operational experience of a vehicle
powered by pneumatic propulsion.
The Aeromovel system has been continuously operating for 28 years in Jakarta (Indonesia), within a
theme park, having already transported over 20 million passengers.
In integration with the metro (Trensurb), the Aeromovel shuttle line at Porto Alegre Airport (RS, Brazil)
has a length of 1,010 meters and transports 4,000 people per day.
The system is under construction in the city of Canoas (Metropolitan Region of Porto Alegre, Brazil),
with a dual 18-kilometer line to transport 6,000 passengers per hour per direction.
Aeromovel wins the international bidding at Guarulhos Airport for connecting terminals 1, 2, and