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The race for pole-position in the ride-sharing market

The race for pole-position in the ride-sharing market

By Mark Jennings Uber was an unknown quantity when it arrived in New Zealand. “Now it’s a verb, it’s a noun, everyone uses it and I think that that has been the evolution in terms of...
How one man makes $20k by 'AirBnB' style use of is car

How one man makes $20k by ‘AirBnB’ style use of is car

by Dom Tripolone A WAY to ease your household budget or pay for that next holiday might be right under you nose … or in your driveway to be more precise. Car Next Door has been dubbed...
Can Boston solve its traffic problems through crowdsourcing?

Can Boston solve its traffic problems through crowdsourcing?

BY ALEXI COHAN, BOSTON HERALD  Frustrated Boston-area commuters driven crazy by gridlock say drastic steps need to be taken to free up traffic — including widening roads, opening ride-hail lots just outside the city and...
AVs

How Autonomous Vehicles Will Influence the Future of Travel

By Ronald T. Milam and William (Billy) Riggs What if public agencies don’t change transportation policies or regulations as autonomous vehicles (AVs) enter the market and expand their presence on American roadways? This is one...
EV

The potential impact of electric vehicles on global energy systems

By Hauke Engel, Russell Hensley, Stefan Knupfer, and Shivika Sahdev Could electric vehicles (EVs) soon face a different kind of gridlock? With the electrification of mobility accelerating, energy producers and distributors need to understand the...
India

The future of mobility in India’s passenger-vehicle market

By Shivanshu Gupta, Neeraj Huddar, Balaji Iyer, and Timo Möller India is expected to emerge as the world’s third-largest passenger-vehicle market by 2021.1 It took India around seven years to increase annual production to four...
Smart cities

Smart cities: Digital solutions for a more livable future

By Jonathan Woetzel, Jaana Remes, Brodie Boland, Katrina Lv, Suveer Sinha, Gernot Strube, John Means, Jonathan Law, Andres Cadena, and Valerie von der Tann Until recently, city leaders thought of smart technologies primarily as tools...

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...
Reachnow

BMW’s ReachNow partners with apartment building to offer dedicated fleet of car-sharing vehicles

by Taylor Soper BMW’s ReachNow car-sharing service is partnering with a luxury apartment building in downtown Seattle to offer dedicated vehicles for residents. It’s an expansion of ReachNow’s free-floating car-sharing service in Seattle, where customers...
Insurtech Book

The INSURTECH Book powered by an All-Women Editorial Team draws in globally Crowdsourced Author...

London, 11 June 2018: The INSURTECH Book is officially launched today at the Shard, London where contributing authors fly in from around the world to discuss digital trends in Insurance with the leaders of...

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