8.8 C
ROME
Monday, November 20, 2017
- Advertisement -

Case Studies

CO2 EMISSIONS: IMPACT OF CAR SHARING

The problem of CO2 Emissions. In September 2013, over 40 Dutch organisations, including local governments, employers, unions, nature and environment organisations and financial institutes, entered...

How mobility players can compete as the automotive revolution accelerates

By Kersten Heineke, Timo Möller, Asutosh Padhi, and Andreas Tschiesner We often hear people ask, “Who will be the winner in the transformation the mobility...

FROM PARKING LOT TO PARADISE

This is a summary of the article "From Parking lot to Paradise", by Carlo Ratti and Assaf Biderman - Scientific American 317, 54 -...

Ride-Hailing Services Will Change The Face Of Urban Mobility In India:...

by Avishek Banerjee Access to mobility will take precedence over using personal vehicles for multiple purposes on a regular basis. In an exclusive chat with...

You Say You Want a Transportation Revolution? How About Three of...

By Kat Kerlin Three transportation revolutions are in sight, and together, they could help reduce traffic, improve livability, eventually save trillions of dollars each year, and...

The robot cars are coming: Welcome to the roboconomy

By MARTIN KOVACS The dawn of the ‘roboconomy’ is almost upon us, as car manufacturers increasingly turn their collective focus to self-driving, connected and electric cars,...

Technologies