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Backed by advanced technologies, the concept of ‘life-on-board’ envisions an in-vehicle experience that is simultaneously engaging, productive, immersive, and relaxed
Bigger and More Frequent Deals: Consolidation Continues in Vehicle Leasing Markets across Europe and North America
As the latest mega-deal creates the third-largest player in the North American leasing market, could we be looking at a global marketplace controlled by one major service provider in the future?
With an eye on decarbonizing the transport sector, the Biden administration has recommended comprehensive unified standards for a planned national network of 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations by 2030
On World Food Safety Day (June 7), Frost & Sullivan discusses why continuous focus on food safety is important to prevent food wastage and outbreaks of food-borne illnesses
Movers & Shakers Interview with Richard Jory, Vice President, Lubricants Supply Chain, Royal Dutch Shell
In this Movers & Shakers interview with Richard Jory, Vice President, Lubricants Supply Chain, Royal Dutch Shell, Frost & Sullivan’s Dr. Julia Saini, Associate Partner & Vice President, Mobility Practice, and Sven Thiede, Vice President, Energy, Sustainability, and Mobility Practices, find out how Shell and its supply chains have stayed resilient through the upheaval brought on by COVID-19.
Read our recent Movers & Shakers Interview with Vishwas Shankar, Director, Mobility Practice, Frost & Sullivan, and Andrew Bowering, Director of American Lithium Corp (ALC) to find out what the future holds for lithium mining hubs globally.
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Sino-German partnership to co-develop data-driven intelligent driving software solutions with the aim of fast-tracking the commercialization of SAE Level 2 and 3, while improving and expanding autonomous services in the country.
Discover how artificial intelligence will impact the radiology field, creating new growth opportunities
Prospects of LiDAR System Developers Soar as Automakers Begin Building the Software Defined Vehicles (SDVs) of the Future
LiDAR developers are devising different solutions and changing the dynamics of the value chain, leading to compression and collaboration between Tier I suppliers and OEMs, finds Frost & Sullivan.
Will the flooring materials market continue catering to its consumers with technological innovations?
The flooring materials market is poised to grow at a CAGR of 5-6%.
Future of Mobility to Leverage Innovative Technologies that Advance Smart, Safe, and Sustainable Mobility for All
The mobility industry is at an inflection point. Connected, autonomous, shared, and electric (C.A.S.E.) trends are transforming the way people live, work, and travel. Meanwhile, intensifying concerns over pollution and congestion push the mobility industry to explore decarbonized, sustainable alternatives.
Factories of the Future Take Shape on a Foundation of Digital Transformation and Digital Twin Concepts
As a leading German luxury automaker showcases the multiple benefits of modular assembly, automakers are leveraging transformative digital technologies that accommodate the demand for mass personalization.
Developments Around Fleets, Autonomous, Connected and Electric (F.A.C.E.) to Underpin 2030 Vision of Commercial Trucking
Frost & Sullivan’s 14th Annual Intelligent Mobility Summit slated to be held on September 7-8, 2022, will explore how the industry is transforming “Towards a Sustainable Future.” Panel discussions and presentations over the two-day virtual event will cover four main themes, including “Roadmap to 2030: Vision of Commercial Trucking.”
Software Defined Vehicles Will Highlight the Automotive Industry’s Transition from “Steels and Wheels” to “Software and Services”
As connectivity, autonomous, shared, and electric (C.A.S.E.) trends disrupt the automotive industry, vehicles are increasingly becoming defined by software.
Decarbonizing transport – which accounts for almost a quarter of the world’s global greenhouse gas emissions – has become a priority as countries work to achieve their climate change targets and strive towards the goal of net-zero emissions by 2050.
Investments into global data centres grew during the pandemic, and show no sign of slowing in the next few years.
Latest Strategic Acquisition in Carsharing Market Underlines How Automotive Companies are Striving to Become Mobility Service Providers
As urban mobility demands become increasingly complex, carsharing companies are offering solutions that are customizable, highly flexible, and cover all use cases spanning a few minutes to several months of travel.