Martin Hoff is the Head of Market Management and Innovation - Automotive at the global insurance giant Allianz. We caught up with him at MOVE 2020 in London.
Angela Hultberg is the Head of Sustainable Mobility at IKEA Group. She talked to Auto Futures at MOVE 2020 in London about how the retailer is taking measures to help tackle the climate crisis.
To kick off our coverage of MOVE 2020 in London, we spoke to Dr. Remo Gerber, CCO at the flying taxi start-up Lilium.
Founder and CEO of Rinspeed Frank Rinderknecht caught up with the Auto Futures team in Las Vegas earlier this week, to discuss the third edition to his Snap lineup and the journey toward serial production.
At CES 2020, Valeo's Daniel Benchetrite shows off the company's autonomous last-mile solution, the eDelivery4U.
Infineon Automotive President Peter Schiefer talks about the rich heritage of the German technology specialist - both inside and outside of the automotive industry.
Bryan Mulligan, President of Applied Information, is building safer and smarter cities, using infrastructure to communicate with vehicles to protect drivers and assist emergency services.
Mustang has been around for 55 years and, according to Dave Pericak, Director Enterprise Product Line Management - Ford Icons, it wants 55 more. And, to do this, Ford has decided to go down the electrification route with the show-stopping Mustang MachE electric SUV.
The automaker is hoping that the 300-mile-range MachE, on display at CES, will be the start of an electric overhaul for the brand.
Abhijit Thatte, Vice President of AI and Software at AEye, welcomed Auto Futures to the company's stand, which included an AI basketball net that showcased how the company's lidar systems are able to utilise and overcome multiple situations through smart algorithms.
Marcus Welz, who leads the Siemens Intelligent Traffic Systems business in North America, believes that CES has quickly developed into one of the most important calendar dates for the automotive ad transport industries.
Matt Holvey, Manager of Intelligent Systems for Bell, met up with Auto Futures to share the latest edition to the family: the Nexus 4EX all-electric aircraft.
Here's what he had to say about the exciting new product and the advantages of autonomous air transport.
Dr. Steffen Berns, President at Bosch Car Multimedia met the Auto Futures team in Las Vegas to discuss the latest innovations from the German technology powerhouse.
From drowsy-driver-detection systems to a reinvented sun visor, Bosch continues to push innovations that will revolutionise the in-car experience.
Smart Eye Founder & CEO Martin Krantz discusses the use of AI and deep learning algorithms to identify driver distraction or drowsiness and protect them on the road.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, BMW presented its visionary approach to creating the mobility experience of the future, showcasing its BMW i Interaction EASE concept.
Christophe Grote, Senior Vice President of Electronics for BMW, spoke to Auto Futures.
Stephane Lagresle from Harman talks to Auto Futures, highlighting the importance of a human-centric approach when implementing technology into vehicles, experiences-per-mile and leveraging cloud-based technology within the new age of connected vehicles.
Brian Collie, Senior Partner and Managing Director at Boston Consulting Group and Global Leader of its Automotive and Mobility Sector, caught up with Auto Futures at CES this week to give his insight on the exciting - and challenging - decade ahead.
Mark Rakoski, Vice President at Mitsubishi Electric, discusses the brand's EMIRAI S concept car, which is equipped with cutting-edge technologies, such as an innovative human-machine interface and biological-sensing technologies.
Alongside Bosch and Daimler, TomTom has created Predictive Powertrain Control (PPC), an advanced driver assistance system for commercial vehicles.
George de Boer from TomTom says that this will lead to a fuel reduction of up to 5% per vehicle, which delivers lower CO2 emissions.
Continental CTO Dirk Abendroth speaks to Auto Futures at CES 2020, showcasing the technology specialist's latest innovations.
Frank M. Rinderknecht: “The crucial step towards series production has now been taken.”
As the first company in the world, Swiss powerhouse of ideas Rinspeed demonstrated the “Snap” and the “microSNAP” at the CES in Las Vegas in the past two years, vehicles whose chassis and bodies go their own ways. With the revolutionary separation of the two vehicle components, Rinspeed confronts the increasingly diverging life cycles of hardware and software. And by doing so, creates a sustainable foundation for the transport of people and goods in the world of tomorrow.