Mobility-as-a-Service

23rd December 2021

Go-Ahead for MaaS Providers to Collect User Biometrics in Russia

Russian taxi and short-term car rent providers will be given a legislative permission to use the biometric technology ahead of other industries. A bill issued by the federal government...

By Roma Nazarov

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15th December 2021

Accusations of Ride-Hailing Monopoly in the EAEU

Ride-hailing companies stifle competition in the taxi markets of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).  This is the bottom line under this year’s investigation by the...

By Roma Nazarov

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5th November 2021

Current Mobility Challenges Facing European Markets

In 2011 a partner of Arthur D. Little, Wilhelm Lerner, wrote a report on the Future of Urban Mobility – Towards networked, multimodal cities of 2050 to assess the...

By Graham Jarvis

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6th October 2021

Digitalization Key to Paying for MaaS

While Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) subscriber revenue is expected to increase 900% by 2027. However, there are significant headwinds to the adoption of multimodal end-to-end travel services, which are connected by...

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31st August 2021

Renault to Unveil BEV Limo Subscription Mobility

Renault’s mobility sub-brand, Mobilize, will unveil its subscription-based limousine service using a luxury BEV four-door saloon at Munich IAA Mobility 2021. The car, Mobilize Limo, is designed specifically for...

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26th August 2021

What the US Infrastructure Plan Means for Auto Technology

$1 trillion: It’s a potential huge cash infusion into the US economy with a big focus on technology. That’s a key thing about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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24th August 2021

Didi Ditches European Mobility Expansion Plans

Under fire ride-hailing company Didi has abandoned its expansionist plans to launch into the European market, reports the BBC. According to an insider, the broadcaster says the Uber rival...

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12th July 2021

Weekly Brief: Vegas AV Gamble while German Big 3 get Burned

Self-driving start-up Halo will launch a commercial driverless car service in Las Vegas this year. Unlike Waymo’s service in Phoenix or Baidu’s Apollo Go service in Beijing, Halo plans...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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8th December 2020

Toyota Rolls Out Mobility Service Across Europe

Following its success in several European markets, Toyota will roll out its Kinto mobility service across the rest of the continent this spring. Its Kinto Europe service, a joint...

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2nd December 2020

Moscow Takes Punt on State-Run Car-Sharing

The city department of transport is developing a digital platform for car owners who may be happy to share their vehicles with other drivers. The officials has been playing...

By Roman Nazarov

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30th November 2020

Weekly Brief: Lime Shows the Way for Micromobility Post Pandemic

E-scooter start-up Lime generated positive free cash flow and a quarterly profit in the third quarter of 2020, both firsts for the company. CEO Wayne Ting said last week...

Commentary by Andrew Tolve

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30th November 2020

Upturn Readiness through Multi-Tier Collaboration and Blockchain

Sponsored Content GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio interview https://globalautoindustry.com/ensuring-upturn-readiness-globally-through-multi-tier-collaboration-and-blockchain/ features Rick Diefenderfer.  Mr. Diefenderfer has been a Partner with CGN Global since 2012, leading the Supply Chain and Business Transformation Group....

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