Cars of the Future
At the Management Briefing Seminars last week in Michigan, the annual high-level 'big think' held by the Center for Automotive Research, executives, engineering leaders, consultants and automotive startup entrepreneurs agreed on one recurring point: The world is changing beneath their ...
At the Management Briefing Seminars last week in Michigan, the annual high-level 'big think' held by the Center for Automotive Research, executives, engineering leaders, consultants and ...
38th-ranked Valley Metro transit - even first-ranked transit in US far from great by international stds. Won't increase transit use unless transit gets better. So why would anyone take AV from @Waymo to transit unless no parking, it's super cheap or free? https://t.co/rWG7oiiFy4Open
Waymo will give people lifts to their nearest bus stop or light rail station.
Today, Waymo announced a series of experiments with Valley Metro, the Phoenix-area agency that provided more than 65 million bus, light rail, and paratransit rides to residents last year https://t.co/QrB8QB7A6hOpen
The Silicon Valley self-driving company just announced a partnership with Phoenix’s Valley Metro, which prompts the age-old question: Can a private tech company provide solutions for the ...
What is a smart city? Not even the people building them seem to know yet. https://t.co/hbmln4gy7zOpen
What makes a smart city? We asked some experts, and they all agree: No city is really there, yet, but many cities are looking to the future.
5 questions for the guy shaping Aston Martin’s DB line https://t.co/vvd4y2rlLt https://t.co/HQYA7sJGJqOpen
Paul Barritt spent three years at the Rover Group after he earned his engineering degree from the University of Coventry in England. Then he decided to join Aston Martin, which at the time ...
Ridesharing is changing the way people around the world build their cities, design their cars, and choose to get around. As people choose shared rides, automakers will design their cars to ...
Autonomous vehicles won't only kill jobs. They will create them, too https://t.co/4JObntaB9o @CNBC #AutonomousVehicles #SelfDrivingCarsOpen
New technology often sparks fear over the jobs that could be eliminated.
Self-driving cars are coming to Sacramento's streets. A $100,000 partnership with the company Phantom Auto shows the city wants to be tech-forward, but is cautious. https://t.co/Rb2GJb7w1qOpen
A $100,000 partnership with the company Phantom Auto shows the city wants to be tech-forward, but is cautious.