A team of 25 students of PES University collaborated with students from universities across the world to design a vehicle for senior citizens for first and last-mile connectivity. They have won laurels for their efforts. This was part of an international mobility competition called the PACE Global Annual Forum, held at the GM Warren Tech Centre, USA, from July 22 to 25. Organized by General Motors, it is an initiative for the advancement of collaborative engineering education. The teams were required to develop a ‘personal urban mobility access’ (PUMA) using green and sustainable technologies.