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Mobility of the future: China speeds ahead

Mobility of the future: China speeds ahead

Press releases   •   Oct 01, 2018 23:33 -12

China is fast becoming the driver of global innovation in the automotive industry. In the race to claim a slice of the future market for mobility services, the Middle Kingdom has taken the lead. One in every two electric cars sold in the first half of 2018 went to a customer in China.

The future of trucking: Autonomous driving, electrification and digital connectivity are set to make smart logistics and up to 40 percent lower operating costs a reality

The future of trucking: Autonomous driving, electrification and digital connectivity are set to make smart logistics and up to 40 percent lower operating costs a reality

Press releases   •   Sep 13, 2018 22:39 -12

Trucking is the leading mode of freight transportation in the world today. Some 70 percent of goods are shipped by road in Europe and the United States, with the figure in China topping 75 percent. And there will be no let-up in demand in the years to come.

E-mobility: Automakers must invest in battery development and recycling

E-mobility: Automakers must invest in battery development and recycling

Press releases   •   Jul 25, 2018 22:11 -12

The world's seven leading automotive nations – Germany, France, Italy, the US, Japan, China and Korea – are pressing forward emphatically with their e-mobility efforts.

Purpose-built vehicles for ride-sharing services: Global demand to rise to 2.5 million cars by 2025

Purpose-built vehicles for ride-sharing services: Global demand to rise to 2.5 million cars by 2025

Press releases   •   May 25, 2018 21:12 -12

The growing demand for ride-sharing services is giving rise to a new category of vehicles: Cars with a flexible interior that can be individually tailored to the needs of their users. In Europe, the United States and China alone, one million of these specially designed vehicles, many of them electric, are set to be sold by 2020, with the demand already expected to reach some 2.5 million by 2025.

Digital Solutions and Mobility Patterns Herald New Opportunities for Profitable Growth in Motor Fleet Insurance

Press releases   •   Mar 21, 2018 02:40 -12

Motor fleet insurance has traditionally been a difficult area for insurers to be involved in. Indeed, policies aimed at meeting car users' end needs, coupled with the sheer negotiating power of fleet owners, have combined to turn the business into a major loss-maker for insurers.

Autonomous Driving in Rural Areas Stimulated by Demographic Change

Press releases   •   Mar 07, 2018 02:26 -12

The aging of the population will give fresh impetus to the drive for autonomous vehicles – especially in the countryside. A system of driverless buses on fixed routes in combination with other self-driving vehicles providing flexible "last-mile" services can help people, especially the elderly, remain active members of their community.

Autonomous driving and alternative mobility services compel the automotive industry to rethink business models

Press releases   •   Mar 02, 2018 02:15 -12

Growing numbers of people are expressing a greater interest in getting around by robocab than in purchasing a car of their own. As many as 40 percent of US city dwellers fall into this camp, as do 26 percent of young Chinese citizens. The share of people using carsharing, ridesharing or taxis to get about is also rising, having doubled in Germany in the space of just one year.