Panasonic, the world’s leading automotive battery supplier, announced
today that, together with Tropos Motors, the companies will bring
advanced levels of connectivity, efficiency and performance to compact
commercial vehicles; the second largest class of fleet vehicles.
Didi Chuxing, the world’s leading multi-modal transportation platform,
finalised a strategic partnership agreement with State Grid EV Service,
an affiliate of State Grid Corporation of China (“State Grid”).
Faurecia, one of the world’s leading automotive technology companies
announced an investment in GuardKnox, an Israeli automotive
cybersecurity provider, to reinforce passenger safety and data security
in the connected car and for new user experiences.
A fully autonomous shuttle is going on trial at the National University
of Singapore’s (NUS) Kent Ridge campus, as part of a year-long study
aimed at gauging the commercial viability of such a service.
Blink Charging Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Blink Charging Co., a
owner, operator and provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging station
products and networked EV charging services has partnered with Carasso
Motors, the world’s oldest Renault importer, and one of the largest in
Israel, in a multi-year agreement to put electric vehicle (EV) charging
equipment at the service of Israeli drivers.
VAYAVISION, a developer of autonomous vehicle perception solutions based
on raw data fusion and upsampling, announced its participation at
EcoMotion 2019, including a live demo of VAYADrive 2.0, the company’s
innovative environmental perception solution.
Île-de-France Mobilités (IDFM), the Parisian transport authority,
together with transport operator, RATP (Régie Autonome des Transports
Parisiens) have selected the 12-metre fully electric GX 337 bus from
HEULIEZ BUS for the city’s ambitious Bus2025 plan which will see the
city’s entire fleet of diesel buses replaced by electric vehicles
Bestmile, the leading Fleet Orchestration Platform used to plan, manage,
and optimize autonomous and human-driven vehicles announced that the
company’s platform has been selected by EIT Digital, the European
Institute of Technology Digital to develop a Last-Mile Automated
Delivery (LMAD) solution using autonomous robots.