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No Longer Just Car Guys, More like Mobility Champions

Things are changing seismically for the global auto industry, whether you’re talking about electric vehicles or driverless cars. Pike Research senior analyst John Gartner wrote: In mature automotive markets that may have already hit peak car sales, the companies formerly … Continue reading

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Driverless Vehicles Much Closer than You’d Think

Robotic, autonomous, driverless vehicles are being tested now by Google, and were the subject of a university debate recently at a Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, Calif. Joining the debate were Silicon Valley technologists, legal scholars, and regulators, who … Continue reading

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