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Autonomous Last Mile Delivery Robots Are Gaining Traction, Slowly

By Tess Bennett The last-mile delivery is expensive and difficult. It’s also high stakes, a failed delivery attempt is enough to damage the customer’s perception of the entire shopping journey. In an attempt to ease these pain...
Rapid Industrial Automation Set to Remain a Turning Point of Collaborative Robots Market Players: FMI

Rapid Industrial Automation Set to Remain a Turning Point of Collaborative Robots Market Players:...

  A report investigates the collaborative robots market and provides critical insights for the forecast period of 2019-2029. As per the findings of the report, the global collaborative robots market is anticipated to experience substantial...
How Driverless Delivery Vehicles Are Solving the Last-Mile Delivery Problem

How Driverless Delivery Vehicles Are Solving the Last-Mile Delivery Problem

  Last-mile delivery presents a challenge for companies across all types of industries. But now, more and more industry players are turning to autonomous solutions  — in the form of driverless delivery vehicles. Filling gaps in the...
Commuter Connections App Wants To Pay You To Get Out Of Your Car

Commuter Connections App Wants To Pay You To Get Out Of Your Car

By Jordan Pascale Would you get out of your car and take public transit for money? Commuter Connections, a regional government program aimed at reducing congestion and promoting carpooling, is launching an app to do just...
The Urgent Need to Cross Pollinate Car Rental and Mobility Services

The Urgent Need to Cross Pollinate Car Rental and Mobility Services

By Matthew W. Daus This is an excerpt of a blog published by Matthew W. Daus, Esq., in Black Car News. The full blog can be viewed here. In the future, it is likely that we will see...
How FlashParking Is Turning Isolated Lots Into Connected Hubs

How FlashParking Is Turning Isolated Lots Into Connected Hubs

The parking technology company FlashParking wants to reimagine the way parking lots are managed. But alongside their efforts to introduce smart technology to individual operators, the company is taking a decidedly different approach to decreasing traffic...
Will electric skates solve the last-mile problem?

Will electric skates solve the last-mile problem?

By Lloyd Alter The "last mile problem" was first described in terms of telephone wires – the most costly lines were the ones that served the individual homes. According to Stigo of the Urban Travel Blog,...
Connected Parking and Future Mobility

Connected Parking and Future Mobility

By Paul Moorby, By 2050, the UN predicts the world will have 10 billion citizens and three billion additional cars. With a strain already visible on UK cities trying to manage significant automobile numbers, city...
The road to tomorrow

The road to tomorrow (and the selfdriving vehicles)

Written byDerek Prall Imagine this – instead of waking up an hour early to start your arduous commute to work, fighting traffic the whole way, you hail a car as you’re getting ready using your...
Car-pooling saves more than 1.6 million tonnes of CO2 per year

Car-pooling saves more than 1.6 million tonnes of CO2 per year

  BlaBlaCar has announced the release of ‘Zero Empty Seats’: a global study into the environmental impact of car-pooling. The report, conducted with French research institute, Le BIPE, is the first study based on real usage data from BlaBlaCar’s...

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