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Billions of dollars and intense competition define this early market for autonomous vehicles. Listen and find out how Robotaxis are creating a new mobility paradigm.
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Next-generation E/E architectures will create new business models for automakers and suppliers. But a Wards Intelligence survey shows few see themselves as pacesetters, and there’s some uncertainty about where the best monetization opportunities are. The massive change in operations, and the associated costs, will put constraints on the timeframe and depth of the changes in infrastructure and vehicle architectures that OEMs will be able to address.
Aurora doubles in size and Uber unloads its ill-fated AV business in a win-win deal that keeps the ride-hailing giant in the self-driving race.
Partnership focuses on tying into transportation infrastructure – and proves AV technology is on the rebound.
Shared-scooter company’s app will offer a variety of light electric vehicles for rides under five miles.
The company’s Waymo One autonomous ride-hailing service is now open to the public – and could help allay passenger concerns over sharing a vehicle with a human driver.
A look at how automakers, service providers and local governments are experimenting with new-mobility schemes to address future transportation needs.
The reported rollout of robotaxis this year could give the Chinese ride-hailing giant an advantage in autonomous mobility services.
Tesla again shows traditional automakers the path forward with over-the-air software updates.
Wards Intelligence Senior Analyst Doug Newcomb presents findings from comprehensive case studies of private-public partnerships between cities and mobility providers.
Amazon, FedEx and others push for favorable regulation of delivery robots and drones as contactless automated e-commerce delivery becomes more popular due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Bus batteries will get a second life, vows Volvo, while three companies improve urban charging, home charging and renewable-energy charging.
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