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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 […]

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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 […]

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Viodi View

Viodi View – 11/30/20

Happy 18th birthday to the Viodi View. Although barely a generation in human-terms, there have been multiple generations of technology and business models since November 2002, when the Viodi View reported on the launch of the TelcoTV conference. Back then, multichannel video was an important driver for DSL adoption. Video-On-Demand, such as Movielink (reviewed here), […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Cutting Edge, Automated Mobility at the Oldest National Park & Beyond

Mobility as an amenity is one way to characterize Beep’s autonomous transportation service. To paraphrase Princeton’s Dr. Kornhauser, Beep’s service is like a horizontal elevator connecting buildings spread out over a given area. In a sense, what Beep is offering is an extension of its sponsors’ customer experience. These are just a few takeaways from […]