Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

A Driverless Contest for Mid-Size Cities

Little Rock = Little Rideshare Service? A benefit of travel is the random conversations with strangers that cause one to look at the world in a slightly different way. For instance, standing in the airport security line this week, a lady from Little Rock, AR explained that Uber and Lyft no longer serve the hometown […]

Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES CES2023

Designing Mobility for the Next Billion Passengers

“If we’re overlooking this population, we’re losing out on a huge moneymaking opportunity,” states Michele Lee, Senior Public Affairs Manager, Accessibility for Cruise. Speaking in the above interview, Lee echoes recent Cruise-funded research from the National Disability Institute (PDF) that found that adopting accessible Autonomous Vehicles by people with disabilities could increase employment by 9.1M […]

Viodi View

Viodi View – 02/18/23

“Alain has amazing energy. If we can hook a generator to him, energy crisis solved.” Dr. Stephen E. Still Professor of Practice, University of Buffalo, Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics. It is a two-way street, as his students (Still is one of those former students) seem to energize and inspire Princeton Professor […]

Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES2023

Automotive Grade Autonomous Electric Shuttle – #CES2023

With double wishbone suspension, a premium interior, and a cabin that attenuated the din of the CES2023 crowd, HOLON’s autonomous electric shuttle promises a comfortable ride for up to 15 passengers through city streets. The HOLON mover is purpose-built to move people in fixed geographic areas with speeds limited to 37 MPH (60 km/h). As […]

Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Robots

Extending the Shopkeeper’s Reach with an Unattended, All-Wheel Drive Robot #CES2023

With the introduction of the Ottobot Yeti, Ottonomy is helping shopkeepers, grocery stores, and restaurateurs extend their business into their respective neighborhoods. These modular four-wheel drive electric robots allow for the delivery of goods in snowy and icy conditions that would make it difficult for even the most spry among us to navigate. This latest generation […]

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