Every city in the world is different, yet each and every one of them is facing the same challenge: coping with ever-increasing demands on their transport networks, while trying to maintain a healthy environment for their inhabitants.
In 2018, the European Parliamentary Research Service published findings, citing that "[a]ccelerating the adoption curve for driverless or autonomous vehicles by five years has the economic potential to generate European added value worth approximately €148 billion."
The emerging Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) revolution opens a new frontier of disruption in transport, infrastructure and urban living. For our cities, this presents a huge opportunity to radically transform urban mobility.
The motor industry is gradually shifting to electric vehicles (EV), but the rate of adoption is highly dependent on the rollout of charging infrastructure.
From autonomous vehicles and the Internet of Things (IoT), to the rise in home streaming services like Netflix or Spotify, digital technology is central to how we live today. The problem is these innovations all demand space for data exchange.
The new world of automotive retail is emerging, but will it ever match the successes enjoyed by similar retail that have embraced technology and customer experience to rebalance their physical and digital assets for a sustainable future?
Water is a vital and seemingly cheap resource for industrial facilities. However, it is a mistake to think that its cost to your business is what appears on your water bill.
When we think of vehicles in cities we have a picture of congested roads, routes blocked by parked delivery vans, wide expanses of parking spaces and of course, pollution from traffic fumes. How does this all fit into a sustainable future?
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