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Toyota to invest $5 million in American Center for Mobility

Toyota is investing in American Center for Mobility. Toyota Motor North America and Toyota Research Institute subsidiaries will together invest $5 million to the self-driving vehicle research center being built in Ypsilanti Township. Toyota will also become a member of a government-industry team along with getting to book the facility …

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HERE launches Mobility On-Demand toolkit

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HERE has launched HERE Mobility On-Demand, a toolkit for on-demand app developers, enabling them to build location-centric features into their apps and go to market quickly. HERE Mobility On-Demand is priced and packaged specifically for on-demand companies, supporting a full range of services such as ride-hailing, carpooling, food delivery, package …

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Mobility First: Autonomous Meets Mobility as a Service

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By Mark Thomas, VP, Marketing, RideCell There’s been much noise in the past few years about mobility-as-a-service. We’ve seen the birth of multiple service models that are making urban mobility seamless, smarter, and altogether a better experience. With the explosive growth of companies like Uber and Lyft, people in US and …

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RideCell integrated mobility platform

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Published: 17 November 2016 RideCell, the developer of a Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform for automakers and transit providers, unveiled its multiservice platform which allows car manufacturers to provide on-demand mobility when it’s needed and where it’s needed. By integrating ridesharing and carsharing into a single platform, RideCell makes it easy for …

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Ford to continue investing in autonomy and mobility

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Published: 15 September 2016 Ford Motor Company while addressing its investors yesterday mentioned that it will continue investing and reallocating capital in electrification, autonomy and mobility. “During the past six months, we’ve been focused as a leadership team on building Ford’s expanded business model – with a more clearly defined …

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Innovation and technology are driving the future of personal mobility

Erica Klampfl

Published: August 11, 2016  One way Ford is embracing the spirit of collaboration is Techstars Mobility, driven by Detroit. Ford is one six major corporations backing the mentorship-driven accelerator program, which will foster emerging transportation startups that are working on innovative mobility solutions. Since the introduction of the automobile more …

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Future of mobility and personal transportation

Aloke Palsikar

Aloke Palsikar Sr. Vice President & Global Head of the Manufacturing Vertical Tech Mahindra In the early 20th century, Henry Ford said, “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.” Not only did he limit the choice of color, but …

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Siemens Mobility division demos radar-based smart parking solution in Berlin

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Published: October 08, 2015 | Munich, Germany According to a study, every car driver wastes about 100 hours a year on average looking for a parking space and causes one third of traffic in city centers. That costs time, gas and nerves. The Siemens innovation is making targeted use of …

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Ford opens Research Center Palo Alto to hasten innovation in connectivity, mobility, autonomous tech

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  Published: January 22, 2015 | Palo Alto, United States Ford opens the Research and Innovation Center Palo Alto, growing its global research team and accelerating the company’s innovation in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, customer experience and big data. “At Ford, we view ourselves as both a mobility and an …

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The ‘smart’ city of Grenoble: Toyota’s new move in the realm of mobility

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“Ha:mo (Harmonious Mobility) -an innovative 100% electric last-mile car-sharing scheme in the city of Grenoble in France”  The current social trends and consumer behaviours make it clear that sustainable mobility is here to stay. The only question is how fast this market will develop and what opp0rtunities it will bring …

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