Some smart-mobility startups in Israel have suffered from the economic effects of the Coronavirus, while others have continued to flourish. Gauzy is fortunate, in one sense or another, to count itself in the latter category.
Anyone who’s ever driven through a densely packed city center knows how difficult it can be to find parking. Fortunately there’s no shortage of technological innovators working on the problem. Now one such Israeli startup has been acquired by an even bigger one from overseas.
Machines are listening to what we have to say. And that includes our cars. The trouble is that cars can be noisy when they’re in motion. But at least one Israeli company is working on that problem, and it’s won the support of Korea’s largest automaker.
Developing autonomous vehicles that can drive themselves in ideal circumstances is one thing. Getting them to operate safely in all conditions is quite another, but it’s what’s required before self-driving cars can become a reality. That’s why Porsche has turned to TriEye.
Death and taxes, they say, are the only certainties in life. But urban planners might add a few more items to that list. Cities keeping getting more crowded, for example; their streets can only accommodate so much of the increased traffic that invariably follows; and public transit typically proves either […]
Since launching in New York half a decade ago, Via Transportation has spread to dozen of cities in eleven countries around the world. But now it’s preparing to tackle the source of its inspiration and what could be its trickiest market yet.