In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we took an alternate approach with the program and introduced the all-new segment – 2-Minute Drill Down where our two guests faced each other in a round of retorts to select current events happening in the world: Elon Musk Defies Lockdown Orders and Reopens Tesla’s Factory; Police Drones Used to Enforce Social Distancing; People Uncomfortable With Government Tracking, but Less So if It’s to Fight Virus.
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This week in the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Hour we are not doing a featured guest interview like we normally would, and so immediately after the news segment we will go right into our new Mobility Mastermind discussion, which will expand on two themes. 1) How shared mobility is transforming service operations; 2) How shared mobility offers a new revenue channel and customer acquisition source for auto retailers.
Exclusive interview with Auto Transport Intel Host Jay Wertzberger about the Car Shipping business, plus Auto Retail Industry Mastermind with Mike Phillips, Gray Scott, Herb Anderson, David Rozek, and Chris Lima about the State of Auto Retail.
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.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we meet with Future of Public Transportation Author and Host of Transit Unplugged Podcast Paul Comfort. Also in the news: Geneva Auto Show Canceled Due to Coronavirus; GM’s Cruise cleared to carry passengers in self-driving cars in California; Tesla Refuses to Release Auto Pilot Data
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
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.