The startup Carma offers a service for those who want the convenience of owning a car without the hassle of, well, owning a car. Instead, you just subscribe to it.
Carma launched publicly last week at the Startup Battlefield at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2018.
Uber is introducing a host of new safety improvements for both riders and drivers, including a feature called “Ride Check” that utilizes the GPS, accelerometer, gyroscope, and other sensors inside a smartphone to detect whether there has been a vehicle crash.
Swiss startup Avrios reckons business mobility is going to get a whole lot more interesting as companies adopt more tailored mobility solutions, rather than sticking with the traditional one car per person model.
Autonomous driving is a force that will shake up existing incumbents and generate new multi-billion-dollar players in mobility. Here are four keys for the big players, and startups to survive, and thrive in our autonomous future
Alyssa Haerle- Director of Transit Development, Circuit Transit - Alyssa is a zero emissions mobility professional based in Los Angeles, CA. At Circuit, she works with public and private transit customers to design complimentary, eco-friendly transit solutions in the first/last mile space. firstname.lastname@example.org
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