At Gazoop, we are always looking ahead into the future. Transportation methods are constantly
changing,and your taxi business needs to evolve with it to remain relevant and profitable. That's why
we are examining what future transportation in the taxi industry will look like 10, 20, and even 100 years
Here are 3 major upcoming trends to look out for!
With computer technology becoming more proficient and error-free, future transportation needs will be
largely addressed by driverless vehicles. We are already seeing this with the autonomous Google Map
cars that are chartering the planet with minimal human interference. Before any taxi industry drivers
gulp too hard though, know that this still looks to be at least decades away from becoming reality!
Magnetic energy will become super important over the next couple of decades as magnetic highways become
possible. Forget wheels -- driverless taxi cabs of the future will have three magnetic rods attached to
their undercarriage instead. The roads are also made out of magnets, too, which allows them to create
strategic "transfer points" that taxis can use to shift from lane to lane and blend in with the rest of
traffic as they zip along.
These magnetic roads will be much cheaper to maintain and almost silent. In addition, they will be
safer (supposedly) and rely on solar power for operating. Maybe they will even help cut down on the
number of times you get cut off every week, too!
Right now, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is something you largely hear about the military deploying,
but in the future, transportation needs could be met from UAVs instead of traditional cabs. Experts
predict that it is only a matter of time before UAVs are outfitted to carry larger and larger loads.
Once they reach a certain weight capacity, UAVs with human cargo is a distinct possibility for the taxi
industry of tomorrow.
In our current era, there is a silent arms race of sorts between the emerging magnetic taxi industry and
the possibility of drone taxis. Traditional wheeled taxis are looking to be a thing of the past as aviation
companies and roadway engineers are already competing for the attention of major cities for contracting
rights and research money. Who will come out on top remains to be determined, but either way, consumers can
look forward to some exciting new forms of transportation with UAVs and magnetic cabs!
No matter what happens to the taxi industry, Gazoop will be here to stay. Whether you are using UAVs or
magnetic destinations, our mobile app will be available to keep track of your futuristic fleet using the
latest features and technology. We will always let you easily book appointments, keep track of your stats
and vehicles, process payments online, and all of the other great features as only Gazoop can provide.
We'll see you in the future!