Designing the future of mobility

Siemens Mobility

one for all: Making mobility supermodal.

On the road, on tracks, in the air, on water — people and goods can and must be transported in many different ways. These systems, however, are rarely compatible with one another, which is economically and ecologically inefficient and creates a whole host of problems for supply chains and passenger transport. Thus, moodley and Siemens Mobility are aiming to fundamentally change the approach towards transportation and establish Supermodality — the seamless merging of not just a few, but all transport systems.


Sustainable Innovation Consulting
Trendanalyse & Szenarios
Circular Journey Mapping
Design Innovation Strategy
Exterior Design
Interior Design
Visual Product Language
Life Centric Design & Eco Design
CGI, Product Visuals & Animation
Functional Analysis / Technology Concepts
Modular System Design


Daniel Huber
Tomas Maly
Maria Traunmüller
Manuel Fröschl-Roßboth
Raimund Klausegger
Dimitar Genov
Constantin Mödl

With strategic design to a new mobility.

Electromobility, ridesharing, air taxis and much more: Many attempts are currently being made on many different levels to individually solve problems of passenger or freight transport by further developing well established technologies. The problem of the interaction and interconnection of these systems is not addressed at all. Nor are fundamental deficiencies of these solutions. The increasing volume of traffic or resource inefficiency for example. Based on our own research and decades of experience, Siemens Mobility and moodley industrial design developed a new concept: Supermodality. It goes far beyond established ideas of intermodality and transforms mobility as a whole.

Rail as the basis, focusing on resilience

Rail transportation, with its efficiency, but also with the associated infrastructure, acts as the key technology for a solution that is uncompromisingly geared to people's needs and at the same time extremely resilient. one for all is a system of compact EXO units for the transport of people and goods, which is compatible with a wide variety of carrier systems. The standardized units follow a uniform system of dimensions. The elements based on this grid can be used both individually and in combination with one another for a wide variety of uses. While the external dimensions remain the same, the interior of the pods can be designed in many different ways and even be personalized.

Enabling new individuality

The passenger cabin that travels with you and switches between different means of transport is possible. So are combined units for public transport or pure freight containers. Application on trains or cable cars, with future street or drone carrier systems. one for all enables them all. It truly is a step into a future in which intermodality has been thought through to the end. And fundamental questions about transportation and logistics are answered differently.

Applications in trains or cable cars have been considered as well as the potential use with future street or drone carrier systems.

one for all is a step into a future in which intermodality is thought through to it’s ultimate form. We call it supermodal mobility.

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