• Driverless integration, projects around the world

    The first driverless cars that will be tested on the streets of London will resemble the electric passenger shuttles currently being used at Heathrow Airport

  • Government planning required

    Planning will be required to minimize the potential negative impacts associated with fully autonomous vehicles, including increased vehicle km travelled.

  • Governments positioning to reap the economic benefits

    The big news of the last few weeks came from US Transportation Secretary Foxx…

  • Positioning for future mobility

    The city of Los Angeles and Xerox announced a new pilot project that roles public and private transportation options into one custom mobile app for the city, Go LA…

  • The future of mobility must be sustainable

    When Stuttgart asks commuters to leave their cars at home, you know something’s changing…

  • Medical transportation

    If you are in the medical transportation field, look out!

  • Ridesharing

    Meanwhile, Lyft is adopting Waze as its default navigation app in an attempt to give the ride-sharing company’s drivers and passengers an extra advantage…

  • The Consumer

    A poll undertaken in Canada shows that Canadians are split with the issue of driverless vehicles.

  • Car sharing

    And in case you missed it, WaiveCar launched in Santa Monica and Venice, California…

  • Demographics, driving trends

    Decline in driving…

  • Electrification of transportation

    Germany is considering providing 2 billion euros to subsidize the purchase of more electric cars and more…

  • CES 2016: A look at the future of mobility

    Obviously, lots to see and experience related to mobility. From drones to autonomous vehicles, a walk through the Las Vegas Convention confirmed that we will see more changes in mobility before the end of this decade than we have over the last fifty years.

  • Logistics

    Dispatch is another organization with a vision of making robotic deliveries.

  • Transit

    Do ridesharing services, like Uber and Lyft, reduce or add to the number of car trips undertaken in major cities?

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eVe (and HERVÉ, its French counterpart) propose to make independent advice and road testing of electrical vehicles accessible to everyone at all times by operating several demonstration centers called eVe: electric Vehicle experience. This initiative already gained broad support from…

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Driverless Cars Set to Save World Economies Billions – World Study

Traffic accidents cost world economies billions each year, but with the development of autonomous driving technologies these costs could be reduced dramatically. Autonomous driving technologies are revolutionising the automotive industry with their promise to improve vehicle safety and reduce traffic…

Security

The issues faced by carmakers struggling to make regular cars secure against hacks…

Trucking and Logistics

Trucking companies are preparing to invest in driverless technology which could cut costs by nearly half and improve safety

CES 2016: A look at the future of mobility

Obviously, lots to see and experience related to mobility. From drones to autonomous vehicles, a walk through the Las Vegas Convention confirmed that we will see more changes in mobility before the end of this decade than we have over the last fifty years.

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TEI Supports SEAMlessTM Vision

The Transportation Evolution Institute has been involved in a number of sustainable mobility-related initiatives in Canada and abroad.

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Insurance

Despite the addition of driver assistance features to vehicles intended to help avoid collisions, the growing number of in-vehicle distractions is resulting in greater opportunity for driver distraction.

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