Transportation in all forms and sizes are getting cleaner and the vehicles are self-driving. We for example cover electric cars, airplanes and trucks but also drones and all kinds of autonomous vehicles.
💡 In 20 years humans will not be allowed to drive cars on regular roads, because computers by then will drive so much better. This will bring massive change, and lots of new opportunities. The time to start thinking about this is NOW.
At the end of this year, travelers in Oslo, Norway can expect to circulate fossil fuel-free as the city plans the world’s first fully electric public transit system.
By shipping its home deliveries via river barge as far as possible, IKEA can both lower its emissions and make more deliveries in Paris.
In the beginning of next year a car powered by the sun called Squad solar electric city car is coming to the US.
Environmentally friendly aircraft engines should reduce aviation emissions.
Detroit’s two new roads can charge electric vehicles that use a particular receiver on the go. The roads will be completely operational by 2023.
Negative headlines and pessimism are now trying to fool us that full self-driving is not happening anytime soon. That is wrong.
An ordinary mobile phone can work as part of an early warning system that shows if a bridge needs maintenance to keep traffic flowing.
Better regulation of the battery's temperature during charging will provide fast charging even for smaller batteries and guarantee that a charge does not take more than ten minutes.