Catoosa and Oklahoma can become the Silicon Valley of the Physical Internet® by adopting the Solar Mobility Act.
Traffic costs Americans $1.7 trillion/year and 35,000 death/year. Building JPods and Hyperloop networks can convert $1 trillion/year into jobs, customer savings, and profits.
The Physical Internet®, the digitizing of mobility networks is coming:
- JPods contract to build solar-powered urban networks in China.
- Progress to building JPods in India.
- Elon Musk building Hyperloops Maryland
- Elon Musk building Hyperloops in LA.
- Richard Branson building Hyperloops in Dubai.
- Red Bull TV documentary on the three componets of a physical version of the Internet, self-driving cars, JPods, and Hyperloops.
- $28 billion invested in mobility startups in 2017. Capital will invest to convert America’s $1.7 trillion/year traffic costs into value.
Turning $12.7 billion/year in Oklahoma traffic costs into Oklahoma jobs
Traffic costs the people of Oklahoma $12.7 billion/year. At least $7 billion per year of these costs can be recovered as customer savings, profits, and jobs building networks that combine the efficiency of freight rail with the on-demand service of the Internet.
- $ 8.8 billion per year for oil.
- $ 3.5 billion per year of accidents
- $ 1.2 billion per year for congestion
In 2017 about $28 billion was invested in mobility startups such as Uber and self-driving cars. These innovations apply digital technologies to improve mobility communication and digitize vehicles. In contrast JPods, Hyperloop, ET3, and others will digitize the mobility networks. This ditizing of mobility networks is likely become known as the Physical Internet®.