The three future Black Swan events that have the potential to turn today’s fleet management paradigm upside down.are the advancement of 3D printing putting downward pressure on the volume of final mile deliveries, widespread use of remote diagnostics minimizing the frequency of routine service calls, and the growing preference of next gen employees for virtual meetings versus face-to-face meetings.
The SAV passenger shuttle can carry up to 12 passengers and is designed to travel using a pre-programmed route, equipped with a sensor and intelligent vehicle system to detect obstacles and avoid collisions.
As we look to electric AVs to atone for the sins of the auto, we need to ask what social, environmental, and economic threats we might be missing.
A self-service web tool from Electriphi, an EV fleet and energy management company, helps fleet managers analyze factors affecting operations, fueling, and infrastructure to plan fleet electrification.
The agreement is designed to bring together the strengths of each party and expand expertise by assessing market opportunities, working together to research commercial, legal and regulatory issues related to driverless transportation-as-a-service offerings in France and Japan.
In partnership with Avis, the new service will feature a fleet of Mercedes Metris vans, as well as wheelchair accessible vehicles.
Volvo's new research agreement with American technology developer Nvidia, is focused on creating a flexible, scalable autonomous driving system to used in future commercial vehicles.
A new connected-vehicle partnership will help Emkay Inc. provide expanded data from multiple vehicle manufacturers to its fleet customers, the Itasca, Ill.-based fleet management company has announced.
Skoda will be utilizing a fleet of its Fabia hatchbacks, which were chosen because of their low running cost and compact size.
Michelin hosted its annual Movin'On Summit in Montreal on June 4-6, an event that attracted transportation experts, government officials, and tech companies to discuss the future of transportation.
Just like the evolution of VMRS codes helped make vehicle repair more efficient, so too will the next wave of evolution — artificial intelligence and machine learning.
As electric buses become a more feasible option for pupil transporters, operators in the U.S. and Canada are noting various benefits, including charging efficiency, fuel savings, and the need for consistent maintenance training.