Rethinking the mobility landscape by Yovav Meydad, VP of product & marketing, Moovit

Rethinking the mobility landscape by Yovav Meydad, VP of product & marketing, Moovit

In the end, the aggregation of multiple modes of transport that ensure accessibility for everyone will win More

Our cities are full; we need new ones, says Aurecon’s Matt Coetzee

Our cities are full; we need new ones, says Aurecon’s Matt Coetzee

By 2050 it is estimated that 2.5 billion people will add to the 4 billion already in our cities. Where will they go? More

Why the end to BST means an increase in weather-related car accidents by Dr Graham Cookson, chief economist, EMEA, INRIX

Why the end to BST means an increase in weather-related car accidents by Dr Graham Cookson, chief economist, EMEA, INRIX

Technology and data have the ability to significantly reduce driving accidents at a fraction of their multi billion pound cost More

When will battery life stop becoming a barrier for EV ownership? asks Erik Fairbairn, CEO, POD Point

When will battery life stop becoming a barrier for EV ownership? asks Erik Fairbairn, CEO, POD Point

Current lithium-ion batteries have made huge advances but, looking further ahead, the batteries of the tomorrow will go even further with metal-air batteries offering around ten times the range of current devices More

Preparing for urbanisation in India, by Niraj Saraf, connected cities mission lead for Innovate UK

Preparing for urbanisation in India, by Niraj Saraf, connected cities mission lead for Innovate UK

In the next 15 years, 300 million Indians will move into cities – almost the entire population of the US More

The pros and cons of connected cars, by Jaroslaw Czaja, CEO, Future Processing

The pros and cons of connected cars, by Jaroslaw Czaja, CEO, Future Processing

The Internet of Vehicles: will it shift into gear or run out of gas? More

Assessing risk in the age of driverless cars, by Rutger Van der Wall, VP International Business Development for LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Assessing risk in the age of driverless cars, by Rutger Van der Wall, VP International Business Development for LexisNexis Risk Solutions

The challenge for insurers when it comes to semi and fully autonomous cars is that they have no historical data to refer to for these types of risks More

“Hello Sadiq, what’s the plan?” asks our man Rudy de Waele

“Hello Sadiq, what’s the plan?” asks our man Rudy de Waele

We haven’t seen a concrete mobility plan yet from the new London Mayor More