Kenji Nakakuki, Division Manager, Mitsubishi Electric, showcases the Japanese company's innovative mapping technology.
Guenther Schulze from KUKA Deutschland GmbH talks to Auto Futures at MES Expo.
Following the unveil of the new Mirai, Director Europe, Toyota, Ferry M.M. Franz discusses the rise of hydrogen in the automotive industry and the new direction of the Japanese manufacturer
Olaf Zinne, Managing Director and Head of Smart Mobility at ZVEI, kicks off the first ever MES Berlin, a new and exciting evolution of mobility events.
Here's what the partners of the IFA Berlin had to say.
Auto Futures Live: The Future of Fuel was held at the Thomson Reuters HQ in London on October 29th. The event brought together journalists, leading brands and industry professionals, including an inspiring panel.
Watch the highlights of Auto Futures Live - a panel debate on the future of fuel featuring guests from Groupe PSA, Riversimple, ClientEarth and Imperial College London.
MOIA's Michael Fischer discusses the progression of New Mobility World, excited by what he has seen this year and what's in store for the future.
Oxbotica CEO Ozgur Tohumcu discusses the British technology company’s next project, launching commercial autonomous passenger services by 2021 and expanding into mobility-as-a-service and ride-hailing.
Werner Happenhofer, Chief Technology Planning Officer, Great Wall Motors discusses the Wey brand and its new campaign to take on the global market, with two models set for Europe in 2021.
The smart brand - owned by Daimler - is forward thinking. It is going fully electric. And it also has an innovation centre called smart Labs. We talked to Daniela Snyders at SHIFT Automotive.
How the auto industry can use blockchain to create new services.
Regulus Cyber's Pyramid GNSS is the first solution for the commercial sector to defend against dangerous fake signals through an efficient, affordable and easily integrated system for any manned or autonomous platform. From drones to self-driving vehicles, Regulus Cyber CEO Yonatan Zur warns that OEMs and software companies in the transport sector need to introduce cybersecurity solutions to protect their advanced driver assistance systems.
Hella Fast Forward was established to help the German manufacturer transform its business model in the world of future mobility. Gerrit Dumstorff, who heads up the division, explains how the company is strategically investing in startups from around the world to capitalise on the data-driven transport sector.
Convenient, affordable and green. That’s how Vulog CEO Gregory Ducongé sees it. The company has developed a platform to support mobility providers, from shared EV services to e-scooters.