Services for connected cars are usually evaluated by whether they’ll benefit the automaker and/or the consumer. Looking beyond push notifications for the nearest fast-food joint, there could be some societal benefits from these services. This article examines the potential for social good.
Sustainable materials and careful design don’t need to cost more than traditional methods and materials–or at least, not a lot more.
Jill Neubauer Architects designs luxury second homes in Cape Cod, and she insists on green building, with gorgeous results.
This was written on behalf of the CEO of Sunrun, showing how the company’s approach contributes to the public good, fueled by personal passion.
I wrote this post on behalf of an executive at Samsung Next, covering a panel on increasing diversity. See why this is so important for startups.
There are two different approaches for turning trucks into EVs: create hybrids or go all-electric. Meanwhile, Toyota advances hydrogen-fueled trucks.
If electric passenger cars have been slow to take off, how likely is it that heavy trucks will electrify? Quite likely, actually. This article discusses the barriers and ROI of hybrid and all-electric trucks for commercial fleets.
Most people hate shopping for a new car. Making the experience efficient and enjoyable could be a competitive advantage for automakers.
Hyundai and Renault are great examples of how to do this–now and in the future.
The consensus is that Waymo and GM are furthest along in the development of self-driving vehicles. This article takes a deeper look:
There is definitely profit to be had in city data: directly by selling/sharing data and indirectly by saving money and improving every aspect of the city, from transportation to tax collection. While municipalities face a lot of the same challenges in implementing IoT and data analytics that business does, there are specific barriers, including the way cities contract and pay for outside services. Read more:
Thanks to super-smart software, architects and designers can analyze potential energy use and performance of their buildings in the early design phase. This is one of the top trends in the 2018 World Green Building Trends. More here: