Video and podcast featuring conversation with HyreCar SVP Brian Allan about how rideshare solutions such as HyreCar are providing alternative revenue streams for Auto Retailers. Also: Daimler Trucks begins testing automated trucks on public roads and How Ford is Keeping Autonomous Sensors Squeaky Clean.
Tweet According to industry reports, August used vehicle sales should reach somewhere in the neighborhood of 3.4 million units, giving the industry a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 39.8 million, down slightly from last year’s…
Conversation with Cover Genius Head of Strategic Partnerships in the Americas – Austin Ledgerwood – shares his insights from the 2019 Auto Intelligence Summit in Raleigh, North Carolina. Plus, Is Ride-Hailing facing Reality? And, The Fed jumps into the FinTech race
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show it’s #PioneerDay. We will be honoring the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 – the spacecraft that brought the first humans to the moon and back. We also welcome special guest Sean Welsh, Host of ‘5 Minutes with Sean…Maybe 10’ and the ‘Car Biz Chronicles’ to talk with us about the B2B Media Strategy for his company, and of course what is wrong and right with the car business.
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we welcome Jason Unrau from AutomotiveCopyWriter.com and Katherine Swan from InteliChek to talk about cost-plus pricing, the Women’s World Cup, VOTL, and Tesla’s Secret Lab to create battery cells.
Tweet This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show it’s #DisobedienceDay and we are celebrating Independence Day for the United States of America. That’s right – the US of A turns 243 this week!…
With Boeing under fire for potentially faulty safety features involving autonomous technology, we take an opportunity to talk about the push for self-driving semi trucks – the need for and the ramifications to consider.
On National Good Samaritan Day, news is released that President Trump has ordered all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 planes be grounded in the US. This affects Southwest and American Airlines primarily. Meanwhile, Elon Musk reverses Tesla’s recent announcement to close stores. Should investors be concerned?
If the first few months are anything to go by, 2019 might easily become the Year of the Future. NASA is teaming up with private company SpaceX to make commuting easier for astronauts. Automated bots are slated to start delivering everything from groceries to drywall. And BMW is unveiling an automobile you can flip off.
Tweet This Week in Mobility Tech: Ol’ Muskie Gets in Trouble for Tweeting BMW Wants You to Talk to Your Car BMW and Daimler Team Up As a One-Stop Mobility Shop Peugeot Plans to Re-enter…