EY: Rinspeed’s Micro-SNAP Delivery System
EY has partnered with Swiss-based Rinspeed AG for several years on evolving approaches to advanced mobility and how to manage the ecosystem in which they operate.
Central to Rinspeed’s recent innovations is SNAP, an electric “skateboard” concept that can carry plug-in pods configured to carry people or goods.
Randy Miller, EY’s Global Advanced Manufacturing and Mobility Leader, and Rinspeed CEO Frank Rinderknecht discuss the company’s latest iteration: small “Micro SNAP” vehicles that can be deployed for efficient point-to-point services.
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