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What do we want the car of the future to look like? This represents a definitive issue where the mobility of our generation is concerned.
In 2014, the Land Transport Authority ("LTA") and the Intelligent Transportation Society Singapore developed the "Smart Mobility 2030" masterplan, which gathers perspectives from the public and private sector and ...
With the number of electric vehicles in the UK increasing rapidly, our Energy and Automotive teams explore how the roll-out of charging infrastructure will be achieved, considering the current barriers to growth and how ...
Lawrence Freeman (Senior Counsel, Bird & Bird, Brussels and previously the European Counsel of Tesla, Inc.) reviews the new European vehicle CO2 emissions performance standards and the opportunities for manufacturers of ...
One of the biggest buzzwords in the New Mobility sector is MaaS (Mobility as a Service). MaaS is a new modus operandi where new, sustainable and functional traffic system establishes end user-driven traffic and ...
Latest developments around the world regarding driverless cars.
In this concluding article of our series on "Big Data & Issues & Opportunities", we want to start looking beyond the issues and opportunities that were identified in the 17 articles that make up the series.
Disruptive digital technologies are transforming everyday activities, business models and customer behaviours and the automotive industry is no exception following the development of connected autonomous vehicles.
Our international Automotive Group takes a look at the latest developments around the world regarding driverless cars