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China is becoming serious about leading the electrified future; they are looking for reducing its dependence on imported oil and decreasing the smog level in its cities while growing their Electric Vehicle (EV) market: near 375,000 EVs were manufactured by Chinese OEMs in 2016 (43% of EV production worldwide).   The Chinese government is giving an ultimatum to all automakers operating in the country: a sizable portion of their production or imports must be green in 2019, with escalating go ...
The transformation of the idle transportation industry will innovate during this year as transit systems not only move people and goods between places but mitigate time and distance —bringing us closer together. Some of the Transportation Technologies Driving 2019 are:   Will autonomous cars and trucks finally be around? There is no doubt that self-driving vehicles are becoming a commercial reality: almost all major automotive companies are (in-house or in partnership) developing an ...
As 2016 ignited the automotive revolution with significant announcements and concepts, 2017 completely paved the road for future mobility, and 2018 brought us semi-autonomous embedded features with safety technologies, 2019 will drive us (even more) forward on self-driving than ever before.   Several companies (like Waymo, Argo, Uber, Aurora, or Ford) together with joint ventures (like Google and Volvo or Renault-Nissan, or Amazon and Audi) and disruptive startups are focusing this year on ...

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