Automaker Volkswagen has announced that it has now inaugurated the “We Campus” in Berlin.
Volkswagen said that its ‘Volkswagen We’ ecosystem offers a growing range of vehicle-related digital and mobility services which can be used in the car or via a smart phone.
Volkswagen said that the new “We Campus” will bring together about 900 experts from the company and its technology partners who have previously worked at different locations.
In future, Volkswagen have said that they will develop new added value and mobility services which will be offered within the “Volkswagen We” ecosystem. This also includes the full-electric car sharing service WeShare which has been launched in Berlin with 1,500 e-Golf vehicles.
Romana Pop Deputy Governing Mayor of Berlin and Senator for Economy, Energy and Enterprises said that, ‘Innovative mobility solutions are a major challenge and at the same time driver of new economic dynamism. More and more companies like Volkswagen invest in technologies and concepts for sustainable urban transport and create new jobs. Nowhere is this better than in Berlin. Here in Berlin, work is being done to reconcile mobility needs with climate and environmental protection.’
‘With the Volkswagen ‘We’ ecosystem, we are offering people tailor-made possibilities of putting their own car to a variety of different uses and also being mobile in other ways. It is simple, digital and intended to meet all requirements,’ says Christian Senger, Volkswagen Brand Board Member responsible for Digital Car & Services.
‘We intend to continue and expand our offering. In future, we will be working in this area at the ‘We Campus‘ in the heart of Berlin. Here, we will be in tune with urban mobility. The ‘We Campus’ offers ideal conditions for the development and testing of new mobility services,’ added Senger.