Naresh Maharaj
Drunk driving could be a thing of the past

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Volvo On Call
[Naresh Maharaj] Imagine this scenario: you leave a function after a couple of drinks, thinking that you're perfectly capable of driving. You fire up the engine of your vehicle and head for home. Your car knows that you should not be driving...

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Simon Carpenter
Mobility and exponential technologies

Mobility and exponential technologies[Simon Carpenter] It has been a long journey; one that started slowly and then accelerated at an exponential pace as we moved from the first wheel 5,000 years ago...

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Jessica Tennant
#StartJLM: The roadmap to the fully autonomous vehicle

#StartJLM: The roadmap to the fully autonomous vehicle[Jessica Tennant] As part of Start JLM 2018, Nimrod Dor, director APAC & Africa: Mobileye Aftermarket Division, provided an overview about Mobileye and its roadmap towards the autonomous vehicle...

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Trevor Hill
Entering a new era in electric mobility

Entering a new era in electric mobility[Trevor Hill] A new era dawns as electric mobility bridges the gap between luxury and necessity...

Posted 10 months ago | Like
Sherry Zameer
This is how AI will change the way you drive

This is how AI will change the way you drive
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[Sherry Zameer] While there have been some recent setbacks (and there will doubtless be more) it appears that, with the massive investments in R&D, driverless cars will one day become a reality...

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Trevor Hill
A South African roadmap to premium electric mobility

A South African roadmap to premium electric mobility
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[Trevor Hill] South Africa can do more to create market access and deliver on an operating environment which makes for good business...

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Jeff Osborne
After nearly a decade, why are electric cars still an anomaly?

After nearly a decade, why are electric cars still an anomaly?
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[Jeff Osborne] Tesla unveiled the world's first mass-produced electric car nine years ago - why aren't more people driving them?

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Trevor Hill
The automotive sector has a bright future

The automotive sector has a bright future[Trevor Hill] As digital advancements transform the driving experience, they are also fundamentally changing how society engages with the vehicle in the retail environment...

Posted 1 year ago | Like
Ilse van den Berg
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Boris Dzhingarov
New to ridesharing? Here is what you need to know - Monetary Library

Boris Dzhingarov[Boris Dzhingarov] The explosion of ridesharing services has occurred partially because of the prevalence of powerful smart phones being so prevalent, new technologies including next generation smart phone applications being developed, and a desire for those who utilise taxi-type services to have better, easier, and safer experiences...

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Sven Hammar
Why the possibilities of connected cars are endless

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Photo by Julian Klumpers on Unsplash
[Sven Hammar] With Gartner predicting that 64 million connected cars will be shipped globally in 2020, the question remains as to what the potentials of autonomous vehicles are...

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Trevor Hill
#InnovationMonth: How AI will change the automotive game for the better

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Photo by Gleb Kozenko via Unsplash
[Trevor Hill] As the “fourth industrial revolution”, championed by the World Economic Forum's Klaus Schwab, gains momentum, it's thrilling to anticipate what this means for the automotive industry - and as a result, cities of the future...

Posted 1 year ago | Like