In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we meet with Acerta CEO Greta Cutulenco to talk about how machine learning can help detect anomalies in vehicle engines. Also in the news: Coronavirus Update: Teen creates site to track coronavirus, and millions of people are using it; Tesla scouting central U.S. for new factory of Cybertruck; How will Coronavirus affect 2020 auto sales?
On this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity show: Coronavirus Shuts Down South By Southwest; Waymo rakes in $2.25 billion in self-driving unit’s first external fundraising; Uber open to using self-driving tech from competition, plus our conversation with DriveItAway CEO John Possumato about Automotive Retailing, E-Commerce, Shared Mobility, and Margin Compression.
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In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Evolving Lending Technology Is Reshaping the Way Consumers Transact in Private Automotive Sales; Lyft acquires rental-car partner Flexdrive for $20 million; HyreCar and Clutch Technologies Partnership Delivers Automotive Industry’s First Comprehensive Shared Fleet and On-Demand Mobility Solution
Final live panel discussion to previewing NADA Show 2020 where we discussed the influence that Exhibitors and Allied Industry Attendees have on the Dealer Experience. Leading off the discussion we looked at a new dealer website that features uncommon and unprecedented components not normally demonstrated by dealership websites. There is also brief mention of Coronavirus concerns.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Volkswagen aims to sell 250,000 electric cars in 2020; Amazon Shows Off Its New Rivian-Built Delivery Vans; 5 Electric Trucks that will change America; and my conversation with Swapalease.com EVP Scott Hall.
Live webcast featuring a conversation with 321 Ignition Founder & CEO Lyamen Savy talking about what’s wrong with auto retail website platforms today and why and how today’s automotive consumer needs a mobile-first consumer-centric experience.
With the NADA Show right around the corner, dealers (a.k.a. auto retailers) across the globe are preparing for the annual journey to the U.S.A (or Las Vegas this year) to partake in the franchise industry’s largest event. Chock full of educational opportunities, networking activities, and exhibiting, the NADA Conference & Expo, being held this year from February 14-17, is always a highly anticipated event. Which is why we are devoting this month’s Advanced Auto Retail Marketing Webcast Panel to preview this year’s conference & expo.
What’s driving steady used car sales year-over-year? Find out in this live web chat as we round up year 2019 an look ahead at what’s important in the years to come, particularly the role that the shopper experience itself plays in the used car shopping experience.
By inviting real-world consumers – auto shoppers and owners – to share their stories, dealers, vendors, agencies, and manufacturers will have a chance to hear real stories from actual people about their experiences. Not as a customer review and not as a testimonial, but as an actual sit-down tell tale.