Category: Blogue


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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Governments positioning to reap the economic benefits

The UK is investing hundreds of millions of £ in positioning the country in the autonomous vehicle technology sector.

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Helsinki: setting the pace for the future of mobility

Helsinki appears to have found a sustainable mobility solution that will, for all intents and purposes, eliminate the need for personal vehicle ownership.

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Driverless vehicles are around the bend: Is this the insurance industry’s Kodak moment?

“we expect traditional motor insurance to become niche to obsolete within two decades.”

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Government planning

There are jurisdictions making 10, 15, 20 year plans without taking the impact of autonomous vehicle into consideration

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Car sharing

People are abandoning car ownership in favour of car sharing.

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Technology

Technology News from Volkswagen, Bosch, Daimler, car2go and Verizon

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OEMs prepare for changes in mobility

Ford reaffirmed it is working on parallel paths preparing for self-driving vehicles and sharing.

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