Publisher | Idean.com
Authors | Andreas Pattichis
In the past several years, the effects of an exponential amount of growth and change have started to take hold of the consumer transportation industry. That change is happening today and is enabled by connectivity. We are all becoming witnesses to the revolution of mobility.
Publisher | Polis
Authors | Suzanne Hoadley
This paper summarizes the incident information collected in the BCIT Industrial Security Incident Database (ISID), describes a number of events that directly impacted process control systems and identifies the lessons that can be learned from these security events.
Publisher | Virgin Hyperloop One
Speaker | Richard Branson
With Virgin Hyperloop One, passengers and cargo will be loaded into a pod and accelerated gradually via electric propulsion through a low-pressure tube. The pod quickly lifts above the track using magnetic levitation and glides at airline speeds for long distances due to ultra-low aerodynamic drag.
Publisher | Tedx Talks
Speaker | Carla Bailo
Carla Bailo, President and CEO of the Center for Automotive Research (CAR), shares her view on the mobility industry in the year 2050. She focusses on three pillars: accident-free roads, eliminating the carbon footprint, and the improvement of people’s lives.
Publisher | Forbes
Speaker | Danny Shapiro
NVidia, best known for producing graphics cards for personal computers, share their ambition to remain the frontrunner in autonomous driving software and hardware. Over 220 initiatives currently use NVidia’s platform to develop autonomous options in vehicles.
Publisher | Travelzoo
Authors | Melissa Locker
The mobility industry seems poised for a big change, but are consumers equally ready? Recently published research suggests that while the general public is in favor of more luxury and faster travel times, they are wary of trusting new technologies and autonomous options. How ready are you?