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Service Code : m3MBTY
Brand Name : MOBILITY


Mobility may refer to:


  • Mobility (video game), a 2001 computer game
  • Mobility (chess), the ability of a chess piece to move around the board


  • Academic mobility, students and teachers in higher education studying or teaching elsewhere for a limited time
  • Apprentices mobility, students and teachers in Vocational education or training studying or teaching elsewhere for a limited time


  • Mobilities, a contemporary paradigm in the social sciences and humanities that explores the movement of people, ideas and things
  • Economic mobility, ability of individuals or families to improve their economic status


  • Electrical mobility, ability of charged particles to move through a medium
  • Electron mobility, how quickly an electron can move through a metal or semiconductor
  • Electrophoretic mobility, the velocity of a dispersed charged particle in electrophoresis


  • Mobile computing, human computer interaction by which a computer is expected to be transported during normal usage
  • Mobility model, model of the motion of users of mobile phones and wireless ad hoc networks


  • Population mobility, migration within a population
  • Social mobility, movement of people between one social classes or economic levels

Other uses

  • Mobility Carsharing, car sharing cooperative of Switzerland
  • Mobility (song), a 1990 song by Moby
  • Mobility (military), the ability of military units or weapon systems to move to an objective
  • Personal mobility, the ability of telecommunication user to access services on the basis of a personal identifier

See also

  • Hypermobility, the social aspects and environmental impacts of excessive travel
  • Logistics, the management of the flow of resources between points to meet some requirements
  • Mobility aid, a device designed to assist walking
  • Mobilization, the act of assembling and making both troops and supplies ready for war
  • Motility, a biological term which refers to the ability to move spontaneously and actively, consuming energy in the process
  • Motion (physics), a change in position of an object with respect to time and its reference point
  • Sustainable transport, refers to the broad subject of transport that is or approaches being sustainable

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