The way people are going to get transportation is changing the world over. Get ready for it
No steering wheel, no foot pedals, no driver, no problem
Supplier returns to its roots to enhance new mobility services
Seeing, hearing and feeling is believing
Vows to double down on driver/rider safety amid rising complaints
Perhaps traffic congestion will be less of a problem. Of course, then there’s air traffic control. . .
When cars go robotic, how will they know who to open their doors for? Answer: with doors that sense their surroundings, says Inteva Products CEO Lon Offenbacher.
Maybe the cab line will be a little shorter. . .
Michigan is promoting mobility development through its PlanetM initiative. Trevor Pawl, who heads business development for the initiative, explains.
Travis Kalanick, the corrosive co-founder and ex-CEO of Uber Technologies, has quit the board and will sell off his remaining shares in the ride-hailing service this week.