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Next-Gen Mobility News, June 8th

Volume 32Next-Gen Mobility News June 8th, Volume 32 Welcome to the next edition of our bi-weekly recap of the latest and greatest in connected and on-demand mobility.  If you’re not already receiving this email, you should be: Subscribe     California approves a pilot program for driverless ridesNPR, June 5thThe California Public Utilities Commission announced Friday that Cruise, a self-driving […]

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Next-Gen Mobility News, May 25th

May 25th, Volume 31  Welcome to the next edition of our bi-weekly recap of the latest and greatest in connected and on-demand mobility.  If you’re not already receiving this email, you should be: Subscribe     California regulator adopts EV mandate for Uber, Lyft ride-hail fleetsReuters, May 20thCalifornia’s clean air regulator on Thursday adopted rules to mandate that […]

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Next-Gen Mobility News, May 11th

Volume 30 Welcome to the next edition of our bi-weekly recap of the latest and greatest in connected and on-demand mobility.  If you’re not already receiving this email, you should be: Subscribe     Revel saw a loophole as an opportunity for a new ridehail service.New York City is absolutely lividCNN, May 3rdBack in 2018, New York City […]

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Next-Gen Mobility News, April 27th

Volume 29 Welcome to the next edition of our bi-weekly recap of the latest and greatest in connected and on-demand mobility.  If you’re not already receiving this email, you should be: Subscribe     Lyft sells self-driving tech unit to Toyota for $550 million, moves up profit timelineReuters, April 26thLyft Inc will sell its self-driving technology unit to […]

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Next-Gen Mobility News, April 13th

Volume 28Welcome to the next edition of our bi-weekly recap of the latest and greatest in connected and on-demand mobility.  If you’re not already receiving this email, you should be: Subscribe     Regulators make headway on wheelchair access for ride-hailStreetsBlog Cal, April 9thThe state of California just took an important step forward to improve accessibility for users […]

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Next-Gen Mobility News, March 30th

Volume 27 What we got wrong about Uber and LyftNew York Times, March 29thUber and some transportation experts once predicted that getting a ride with the tap of an app would help reduce traffic and increase riders’ use of public transportation.Instead, the opposite happened. Volkswagen poised to change its name to ‘Voltswagen’ as it invests in […]

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Aioi USA Selects Netradyne’s Driveri® D-210 Device for Mobility Fleets

Link Here SAN DIEGO, March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Netradyne, a leader in artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing focusing on driver and fleet safety, today announced Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Services USA (Aioi USA) as one of the first partners to utilize the new Driveri D-210. The dual camera D-210 provides fleets of all vehicle sizes and types a vision-based safety […]

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Next-Gen Mobility News, March 17th

Volume 26 Welcome to the next edition of our bi-weekly recap of the latest and greatest in connected and on-demand mobility.  If you’re not already receiving this email, you should be: Subscribe     Cruise origin self-driving ride-hail and delivery vans are coming soonMotorTrend, March 9thCruise Automation, a self-driving tech startup, was founded in 2013 and bought by General […]

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Aioi & PreAct collaboration Press Release

Link Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Services USA and PreAct Technologies Partner to Commercialize Advanced Near-Field Sensing for Usage Based Insurance The companies will bring new insight into safety on the road to benefit drivers, automotive manufacturers and insurance providers through advanced data science. TORRANCE, CALIF. (PRWEB) MARCH 09, 2021 Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Services USA and […]

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Aioi Uses AWS to Process Vehicle Telematics Data, Improve Driver Safety at Lower Cost

AWS Link Tech-driven insurance agency Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Services USA (AIS) knows that connected vehicles are the next frontier for the automotive industry. As modern vehicles collect more data, companies like AIS see an opportunity to more efficiently process that data to improve services and even save costs for safe drivers. AIS sought to collect data from vehicles […]

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