The Government must show political leadership when it comes to the availability of data if new mobility services are to succeed in the UK, experts have warned.
New mobility concepts and systems will be central to Fleet Live, the biggest and most important exhibition and conference in the UK fleet calendar.
The SMMT has launched a new initiative to spawn partnerships, investments and acquisitions between leading automotive brands and technology start-ups and SMEs.
Online car subscription company Drover and BMW Group will offer access to BMW and Mini vehicles on a monthly all-inclusive subscription basis.
Jaguar Land Rover has announced a partnership with Waymo to develop the world’s first premium self-driving electric vehicle for it’s driverless transportation service.
Drover is planning on launching a tailored corporate offering for fleets as it looks to position itself as a UK mobility as a service (MaaS) pioneer.
Audi has teamed up with Italdesign and Airbus to jointly develop Pop.Up Next, a new type of transport for cities.
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Renault’s EZ-GO is the first in a series of concept vehicles that will outline its future development of autonomous shared electric vehicles.
Interest in medium term rental is being fuelled by more employers seeing fleets as one part of a mobility solution, says Meridian Vehicle Solutions.
Business mobility solutions provider Alphabet International grew its operational lease profile by 5.5% in 2017 to 680,000 cars and vans.
Europcar UK has launched a new mobility portal to give fleet and travel managers access to the company’s full range of mobility services.
Ford Mobility has acquired Autonomic and TransLoc in hopes to deliver “broad suite” of mobility products.
A shrinking number of young people gaining driving licences could mean organisations need to introduce more flexible travel policies.
The continued decline of diesel market share and the increased provision of total corporate mobility will be two key fleet trends for the year ahead, says Dr Jörg Löffler, CEO of Fleet Logistics.
Employees should be provided with individual mobility cards that could be used to access all forms of travel, fed from an app that could plan and charge costs accordingly, says ACFO.
A landmark deal between Government and the automotive sector has been announced by the Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark.
ACFO will continue to reinvent itself in 2018 as the role of the fleet decision-maker evolves into that of the professional travel mobility manager.
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