In this episode…President Joe Biden signs the $1 trillion Infrastructure bill. What’s in it and how does this benefit you? Plus, 3D printed prosthetics for pet mobility; car shopping that rewards you; and do we really need a climate “crisis” to justify the need for cleaner, renewable, sustainable energy? All this in more with public transportation podcaster Paul Comfort, industrial designer Alexander Tholl, and AskOtto purveyor Eric Brown on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show.
In this episode of the MTC Show…CarGurus Study Uncovers How Pandemic Impacted Automotive Industry in 2020; Automotive Sales Pros Embrace Clubhouse Audio Drop-in App; Boeing to pay $243M penalty to settle 737 MAX DOJ case; Feds ask Tesla to recall 158k vehicles over failing touchscreen displays; Tesla Reigns as #2 EV Maker in Norway as EVs Overtake Gas Cars; Apple, Hyundai Set to Agree Electric Car Tie-Up; GM Unveils Cadillac flying car and shuttle concept at CES.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show…Boeing MAX returns to skies after flight from Miami; Ford partners with insurance providers to offer behavior-based premiums; GM May build more Hummer EVs due to overwhelming response; Detroit Three won’t mandate COVID vaccines for workers; Self-driving startup Nuro cleared to commercialize service in California; Honda leads $15 million investment in e-commerce platform Modal
This week on the MTC Show: Conversation with Jim Johnson from VDX.tv about how auto makers connect sales data to marketing exposures and leverage a data-driven strategy; US & Europe Lifting Bans on Boeing 737 MAX; SpaceX launches more Starlink satellites, delays commercial service; Volkswagen Boosts Investment in Electric and Autonomous Car Technology to $86 Billion; Tesla Launches World’s Largest Supercharger Station; California Proposition 24: New Rules for Consumer Data Privacy.
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: 2020 Presidential Election Results; Facebook, Twitter and Google CEOs testify before the US Senate; Big Losses and Thousands of Job Cuts at Boeing; Snap Stock Soars 20% To New All-Time High On Earnings Beat And Massive User Growth; Why Short Form Mobile Video Producer Quibi Failed in Under 200 Days; and Instagram Pauses ‘Recent’ Search Listings on U.S. Site to Stop Fake Election News.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: The US Department of Justice Sues Google Over Antitrust in Search and Ads; Google Accused of Suppressing Political Speech; American Airlines to Schedule US Flights with Boeing 737 MAX; CarGurus Navigate Virtual Summit: Auto Dealerships and an Uncertain Future.
This Week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Boeing expects to resume deliveries of 737 MAX jets in December; Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot Owner PSA Agree to Merger; Caterpillar’s autonomous vehicles may be used by NASA to mine the moon and build a lunar base; Singapore expands test site for autonomous vehicles ; and Beep, Inc. CEO Joe Moye talks with us about Autonomous Passenger and Fleet Mobility Solutions.
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we welcome Jason Unrau from AutomotiveCopyWriter.com and Katherine Swan from InteliChek to talk about cost-plus pricing, the Women’s World Cup, VOTL, and Tesla’s Secret Lab to create battery cells.
With Boeing under fire for potentially faulty safety features involving autonomous technology, we take an opportunity to talk about the push for self-driving semi trucks – the need for and the ramifications to consider.
On National Good Samaritan Day, news is released that President Trump has ordered all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 planes be grounded in the US. This affects Southwest and American Airlines primarily. Meanwhile, Elon Musk reverses Tesla’s recent announcement to close stores. Should investors be concerned?