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There's not yet a winning model for ride-sharing schemes, Vulog's Alex Thibault told Susan Kuchinskas.
Sharing energy will help to solve electric vehicle surge issues,...
Also in the news this week are Waymo, Toyota, Ford, Zotye,...
Digital and auto giants are drawing up battle lines on who will...
WardsAuto, (Nov 24, 2017)
Growing manufacturing infrastructure, improving range and rapidly declining costs are making Li-ion batteries tough to beat. David E. Zoia reports.
Paul, (Nov 24, 2017)
There are many technological and societal challenges facing the truly smart city, Michigan State’s Rod Davenport tells Louis Bedigian.
Paul, (Nov 20, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Cadillac, Uber, SoftBank, Didi Chuxing, Grab, Toyota, Honda and Continental.
WardsAuto, (Nov 17, 2017)
Modifying the compression ratio of a running engine sounds like a recipe for disaster but, after driving Nissan’s variable-compression 4-cyl., we can attest it’s ready for production. Bob Gritzinger reports.
Paul, (Nov 17, 2017)
The shape of mobility in a driverless age explored by Graham Jarvis.
Paul, (Nov 8, 2017)
Autonomous will be the transformer of mobility solutions, the conference is told. Siegfried Mortkowitz reports.
Paul, (Nov 3, 2017)
GM vice-president Duncan Aldred says its strategy will employ a number of electrification plays. James M. Amend reports.
Fragmented state laws on driverless cars could challenge future mobility, Lyft’s Rob Grant tells Louis Bedigian.
WardsAuto, (Oct 27, 2017)
Eviyos prevents drivers of oncoming vehicles from being blinded, Osram Opto Semiconductors claims. Jim Irwin reports.
Paul, (Oct 27, 2017)
Ride-hail companies’ forward strategy for driverless mobility solutions, explored by Eric Volkman.
Paul, (Oct 23, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Qualcomm, Ford, Garmin, Amazon Alexa, General Motors and Cruise Automotive.
Paul, (Oct 20, 2017)
It’s time for regulators to make electrification the main mobility solution, Nissan’s Paul Willcox told journalists in Norway. Paul Myles was there.
Paul, (Oct 13, 2017)
Chris Briggs programme manager with Next Transportation explains the benefits of a modular swarm vehicle approach to driverless mobility.
Home-charging generating money for EV customers is the start of new business opportunities, Nissan’s Nic Thomas tells Paul Myles.
Paul, (Oct 9, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Ford, BMW, Amazon, Pew Research Centre, US Senate, Daimler Mobility Services, flinc and Voyage.
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