4.1 C
ROME
Sunday, December 17, 2017
Investment trends

Analyzing start-up and investment trends in the mobility ecosystem

The automotive industry is in the early phases of what is expected to be rapid and fundamental change. The emergence of four trends, in particular, will lead to massive shifts in the business models...
ReFeel

ReFeel eMobility launched Sustainable Mobility in the Corporate Car Sharing World

Last October, there was the official launch of ReFeel emobility that presented in Italy the first eco-sustainable corporate car-sharing project within a network of smart-working centers. The electric corporate car sharing service is based on...
Automaker Sacramento

How One Automaker’s Bad Behavior Is Good For Sacramento

By Randol White The Sacramento area is on its way to becoming the first city in the nation with an expansive network of shared electric vehicles and charging stations. Part of Volkswagen's settlement with the State...

Scalable privacy-enhanced traffic monitoring in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANET)

Researchers Yi Liu, Jie Ling, Qianhong Wu, and Bo Qin proposed a Vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) to improve traffic safety and driving experience. This is realized by equipping vehicles with capacity to talk to each other. Vehicular...

Cleaner, faster, greener: the Coming Revolutions

By LIAM MORIARTY Cleaner, Faster, Greener, and Cheaper: over the past century, fossil-fuel powered automobiles have become the default transportation mode across the industrialized world, impacting everything from patterns of land use to foreign policy. And while...
Multimodal

THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCEPTANCE FOR THE USAGE OF MULTIMODAL SHARING SYSTEMS IN CORPORATE TRANSPORTATION

By Madlen Günther, Sebastian Müller-Blumhagen, and Josef F. Krems, (Chemnitz University of Technology) Intelligent mobility concepts including sharing systems, and alternative means of transport such as battery electric vehicles (BEVs), electric bicycles (pedelecs), and public transport,...
shared mobility

Shared mobility is here to remain

All roads lead to sharing There’s a new trend emerging across the global economy: sharing. From goods and services to accommodation and mobility, disruptive business models are accommodating the fundamental human need to be part...
Mobility players

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 sector is facing?” As autonomous driving, shared mobility, connectivity, and...

Co-utile Ridesharing

Ridesharing has the potential to bring a wealth of benefits both to the actors directly involved in the shared trip (e.g., shared travel costs or access to high-occupancy vehicle facilities) and also to the...
Robo-taxis

Gauging the disruptive power of robo-taxis in autonomous driving

By Aditya Ambadipudi, Kersten Heineke, Philipp Kampshoff, and Emily Shao Personal mobility could change profoundly in the next two decades. Consumers, who increasingly view mobility as a service, want more choices for traveling between points...

Stay connected

Recent posts

Random article