Reshape urban city through large-scale industrial real estate projects “PIX CITY” based on PIX mobile spaces
Most problems of urban city arise from the uneven distribution of space resources
Modern cities are facing plenty of challenges, such as congestion, over-centralization, uneven resource allocation, unaffordable housing and more, most of which are originated from the uneven distribution of space resources.
To create sustainable city, the challenge is how to better utilize spaces.
Make space mobile, shareable and configurable.
With more than three-year exploration in the self-driving industry, we found that the most challenging part of advanced autonomous driving industry is to find suitable application scenarios to achieve scaled commercialization. And we believe that’s where PIX makes a difference.
If we’re still thinking about forcing new technology to adapt to the existing city, it will take like forever. However, PIX takes another approach. We elaborate on real-estate project in China themed around self-driving: PIX CITY, a complete new self-driving city built from scratch. From the designing phase, self-driving technology will be involved: V2X, V2V, smart infrastructure, human-vehicle interaction, IoT and more, realizing integrated application of self-driving technology in scale.
Moving retailing store, autonomous gym and diverse other mobile spaces can be scheduled and connected to the main living space on-demand. Operators get the charge by occupancy hours or by revenue share. From one-time sale to continuous profits, the model is sustainable for residents, real estate developers and also government.
Currently, we’ve been in close discussion with real estate developers in multiple cities of China and have received keen interests and positive feedback.
When PIX City is launched with initial MVP, the whole system can be duplicated around the globe.
For the past 100 hundred years, people who have had deep impact upon the cities were not famous architects, but, Henry Ford. Today, 55% of the world's population lives in cities and those cities are shaped by the product of Henry Ford- Cars. In the next 30 years, over 70% population will live in cities, which will face enormous challenges from population, environment and resources.
Before the arrival of brand new mobility society, we have the opportunity to rethink the essence of city- the relationship between people and space. With the facilitation of autonomous driving, Internet of Things and other technologies, cities will shaped by time factors such as connection, growth, modification, reproduction and mobility. In the form of clustering and mobile spaces, city will become metabolic and sustainable, echoing to the vision that PIX is striving for: PIX City, a moving city without cars.