20th October 2021

Decarbonization of Public Transport with Air Conditioning

This year’s winner of Airbus’s Sustainable Mobility Challenge envisions the early feasibility of evaporative air conditioners for road transport eight times more energy efficient than current systems. Colorado start-up...

By Roma Nazarov


15th October 2021

Russia Ramps up Biometrics in Transportation

By the decade’s end, 80% of Russian travelers will have to use biometry in public transport. That’s according to the draft national transportation strategy 2030, currently in development at...

By Roma Nazarov


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...


5th October 2021

SME Fleets Still Hesitant Over Software Investment

More than a third of companies, mostly smaller organizations, are not using software solutions. This was among the findings of a Continental survey about the use of software for...


1st October 2021

Russia’s EV Strategy Far from Clear

The strategy in support of electric mobility 2030, issued by the Russian government on August 23, 2021, is strongly tilted to five manufacturing targets and only three for deployment...

By Roma Nazarov


23rd September 2021

Where e-SIMS meet Cloud-Based Management Platforms

Connected and autonomous vehicles need a way to connect to a mobile network. Ericsson predicts that all the manufactured vehicles will be cellular-enabled by 2025, “leading to an enhanced...

By Graham Jarvis


22nd September 2021

The State of the Connected Autonomous Nation

Connected, autonomous vehicles traveling down their own designated, uncongested lanes and improving mobility on a smart highway. That is the reality which a joint venture aims to create in...

By Robert Gray

15th September 2021

V2X Reducing the Cyber-Security Risks

The future of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) depends on a number of factors, and one of the most vital ones is cyber-security. Protecting the vehicles, the highways and...

By Graham Jarvis


10th September 2021

Handling the Inevitable Driverless Tech Accident

Many of the proponents for autonomous vehicles say they are safer than human drivers, reducing accidents, deaths, and injuries. However, an article by Tony Gillespie, visiting professor, electronic and...

By Graham Jarvis


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


20th August 2021

OTA Upgrades as Post Sales Revenue Generators

Over-the-air (OTA) software updates are seen by virtually all automakers as a critical avenue to high margin revenue generation. However, so far, only Tesla has fully exploited the capability...


10th August 2021

Weather Still a Challenge to AVs

In the drive towards full autonomy, vehicle makers and solutions providers must tackle a nearly impossible variety of factors. Some of these, often necessarily, are more attention-grabbing than others...

By Eric Volkman