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  • Ford introduces North America’s largest EV charging network October 21, 2019
    Ford is giving EV customers the chance to enjoy a hassle-free electric lifestyle with more than 12,000 places to charge – including fast charging and more than 35,000 charge plugs –across North America. New Ford all-electric vehicles, including the Mustang-inspired SUV coming next year, will come with a standard Ford Mobile Charger that will be […]
    Jennifer Ubah
  • Port of Singapore to have autonomous technology, brought by ABB October 21, 2019
    ABB has signed a landmark contract with Singaporean shipyard Keppel Offshore & Marine to allow autonomous tug operation in 2020. ABB with Keppel O&M’s technology arm, Keppel Marine and Deepwater Technology (KMDTech), will together develop the technology for autonomous vessels and retrofit a 32m (105ft) harbour tugboat with leading-edge digital solutions, enabling autonomous vessel operations […]
    Jennifer Ubah
  • VW offers cities cooperation to optimise urban mobility October 21, 2019
    Volkswagen Group has initiated partnerships with 12 cities across the world as the German carmaker looks to offer products beyond its traditional automobile business and become a provider of tailored intelligent urban mobility solutions. The cities include Hanover, Hamburg and Wolfsburg in Germany as well as international locations such as Prague, Barcelona and Hefei in […]
    John Thornton
  • First ever full-scale air taxi VoloPort revealed in Singapore October 21, 2019
    The Intelligent Transports System (ITS) World Congress in Singapore revealed the first full-scale air taxi vertiport. The VoloPort comes from a collaboration between Volocopter, the German urban air mobility company, and Skyports, who was the vertiport developer, owner and operator.  The two companies hope to work together to bring commercial air taxi services outside Singapore […]
    Jennifer Ubah
  • Toyota and CaetanoBus reveal hydrogen fuel-cell city bus for Europe October 18, 2019
    Toyota has delivered and integrated its first fuel-cell stack into the new city bus by CaetanoBus, the H2.City Gold. This marks the first step of a collaboration announced in September 2018 by Toyota’s European subsidiary, Toyota Motor Europe (TME), and CaetanoBus, a major Portuguese bus engineering and production company, to build hydrogen fuel-cell city buses. […]
    John Thornton
  • Ring road upgrade to reduce congestion and boost connectivity in York October 18, 2019
    Drivers across the English county of Yorkshire could soon benefit from faster and safer journeys thanks to the approval of the next stage in the development of the York Outer Ring Road. The proposed project will cut congestion by upgrading sections of the A1237 to a dual carriageway, diverting traffic away from the city centre. […]
    John Thornton
  • Volvo Group creates new business area for autonomous transport solutions October 18, 2019
    Volvo Group has announced the creation of Volvo Autonomous Solutions (VAS), a new business area tasked with accelerating the development, commercialisation and sales of autonomous transport solutions. According to Volvo Group, VAS has been assembled in response to global developments characterised by higher demand for transportation, increasingly congested roads and environmental challenges. As of January […]
    John Thornton
  • Ionity installs Scotland’s fastest EV charging station October 17, 2019
    Ionity, the joint venture between BMW, Daimler, Ford, and Volkswagen Group with Porsche, has expanded its UK network of High Power Charging stations to Gretna Green services. This makes it Scotland’s fastest EV charging station. As a result, drivers can now charge their EVs in less than 20 minutes using renewable energy. Gretna Green is […]
    John Thornton
  • 3D-printed electric autonomous shuttle undergoes testing October 16, 2019
    Vehicle manufacturing company Local Motors and its partners AAA Northern California and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority are set to test 3D-printed electric self-driving shuttle, Olli. Olli will be tested with the ‘first-mile, last-mile commuter challenge’ at the closed-course testing facility GoMentum Station in Contra Costa County, California, USA. The shuttle is equipped with cognitive […]
    John Thornton
  • Renault starts public trial of its on-demand autonomous car service October 16, 2019
    Reanult’s on-demand autonomous car service trial has commenced operation at the University of Paris-Saclay’s urban campus. From October 14th to November 8th 2019, some 100 people will use two electric, autonomous and shared Renault Zoe Cab prototypes as part of the carmaker’s Paris-Saclay Autonomous Lab project. The daytime service, which runs Monday to Friday, from […]
    John Thornton

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