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A New Spin On Rideshare and Carshare -#SDC2022

As 2022 ends, autonomous technology which lowers the costs of and improves the quality of mobility is still just a promise. Fundamentally, technology must serve the needs of those who will use a given mobility solution. By starting with humans at the center of its efforts, Carolina RIDES+ is providing a foundation for understanding how […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Electric Vehicles

Tires Built for MaaS & More #CES2020

Jon Kimpel, Executive Director, New Mobility Solution Engineering of Bridgestone, explains how they are designing tires for a world where vehicles last a million miles. The tires of the future won’t use air, will use much less rubber, and will be recyclable. This promises to create a much more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way for the […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Hello to a New Way of Flight

Planes that emit zero C02, do not use lead-based fuel, and are 1,000 times quieter than traditional propeller-driven aircraft is the promise of the eFlyer 2 and eFlyer 4 from Bye Aerospace, Inc. While reducing negative externalities to the public, the efficiency of an electric powertrain significantly reduces the cost of the flight to approximately […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

5 Years to the Automobility Tipping Point?

The tipping point from automobiles to automobility could happen within five years, predicts Lawrence D. Burns, PH.D., a consultant for Waymo and board member of truck platooning provider Peloton Technology. In short, when the customer value is greater than the market price which is greater than the supplier cost, we will see a tipping point […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Electric Vehicles

A Concrete Plan for Wireless Charging #IDTechEx

The concept of wireless charging sounds great until literally, the rubber hits the road. It is one thing to make the technology work in a lab but creating a wireless charging system that easily integrates into an existing street and withstands the stress and pounding of heavy vehicle traffic is an entirely different challenge. Magment’s […]