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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ViodiTV’s View of Autonomous Shuttles at #CES2023

With recent layoffs, questionable return on investment, and public pushback in some places, it seems like the dream of robot-driven vehicles will remain a dream.1 That may not be the case, however, as some credible and long-established entities displayed electric, autonomous, shared shuttles at CES2023.2 These shuttles share a mission to serve as a complement […]

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Through the Air or On the Ground, CES2019 had Mobility Covered

Whether by air, road, bike lane, hallway or virtually, via wireless, CES2019 had all aspects of mobility covered. Starting with wireless, announcements of so-called “5G” were everywhere. Wireless carriers are racing ahead of standards and chipset compatibility to establish beachheads in markets served by traditional wireline networks, such as cable and fiber providers. Of course, […]

Viodi View

Viodi View – 05/24/18

Yikes, the deadline for EU General Data Protection Rules (GDPR) is less than 24 hours from now and Viodi, LLC is not ready. At a superficial level, it would seem like these rules should not affect a U.S.-based newsletter which has mostly a U.S and Canadian audience, but the Viodi View does have readers in Europe, […]