Trends in mobility including sharing, electric cars and autonomous vehicles are often discussed and often written about. These transitions also hold significance for car parts manufacturers and there is potential for these actors to take advantage according to a recently published report called On the Road to the Circular Car.
Every Friday, Circulate closes out the week with a selection of some of our favourite circular economy-related news from the week that was. Today, we’re sharing an in-depth take on self-driving and autonomous technologies from Robin Chase that genuinely moves the conversation forward. We’re sharing a couple of potentially exciting
Singapore is aiming to become the first country in the world to operate a fleet of automated taxis after city authorities signed separate deals with nuTonomy and Delphi Automotive to test the possibilities of autonomous technologies during the course of the next year.
Just as large incumbent automotive manufacturers are embracing the changing face of mobility and personal transportation, some of the newer disrupters are beginning to branch out into a more complex picture as well. Uber is a ride-sharing app that has taken many cities by storm, but its creators may be