22 août 2018

DATA-DRIVEN BUSINESS MODELS IN CONNECTED CARS, MOBILITY SERVICES & BEYOND

DATA-DRIVEN BUSINESS MODELS IN CONNECTED CARS, MOBILITY SERVICES & BEYOND Seven in ten of the world’s most valuable brands are digital platforms with data-driven business models. While this new phenomenon is transforming the global economy, there is currently little academic research on the subject. To contribute to this nascent field, this study develops a definition of data-driven business models and suggest a first business taxonomy. Interestingly, the world-leading internet platform players are currently all pushing into the... [Lire la suite]

06 mai 2018

Business models will drive the future of autonomous vehicles

Business models will drive the future of autonomous vehicles   “The technology is essentially here… We have machines that can make a bunch of quick decisions that could drastically reduce traffic fatalities, drastically improve the efficiency of our transportation grid, and help solve things like carbon emissions that are causing the warming of the planet.” Interestingly, this statement didn’t come from a futurist like Elon Musk or Mark Zuckerberg or Jeff Bezos; this was President Obama discussing autonomous vehicles in an... [Lire la suite]
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24 février 2018

Why Can't Uber Make Money?

Why Can't Uber Make Money? By any measure, Uber’s seven-year entrepreneurial journey has been extraordinary. No venture has ever raised more capital, grown as fast, operated more globally, reached as lofty a valuation -- or lost as much money as Uber. Last month, Uber reported a third-quarter loss of nearly $1.5 billion, bringing its 2017 year-to-date red ink to $3.2 billion. Losses of this magnitude are clearly not sustainable, and call for an explanation of why Uber has been unable to rein in ballooning costs and what it will need... [Lire la suite]
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15 février 2018

HELLA LAUNCHES NEW BUSINESS MODEL FOR CAMERA-BASED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS

Credit: HELLA Software modules are already realizing key safety functions: lighting control as well as lane/traffic sign/pedestrian and object recognition Flexible system updates with new autonomous driving functions also possible Rollout projected for 2019 Lippstadt/Berlin, January 10, 2018. With its new business model for front camera software, lighting and electronics expert HELLA is further driving the trend toward autonomous driving. The Berlin-based subsidiary HELLA Aglaia is rolling out an open platform for... [Lire la suite]
07 août 2015

Morgan Stanley Says Shared Mobility and Autonomous Cars to Drive EV Growth (TSLA)

In a notehat has positive implications for Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said they are 'Serious EV Bulls Again.' In his report, Jonas argues that while electric vehicles (EV) have failed to achieve mainstream success given inferior economic payback, shared mobility and autonomous cars could help EVs make a major comeback. 1. Shared mobility. Mobile technology and relatively simple software increases driving utilization rates by an order of magnitude bring taxis and chauffeur services to the masses. This... [Lire la suite]
05 janvier 2015

Will Google become Google Insurance?

As we know, Google is developing a driverless car – and has been for several years. Knowing that Google is slowly working its way into just about everything in our lives, we’re wondering … could Google be working on driverless car insurance for their driverless car? Not so fast, says Rory Joyce with CoverHound.com. Joyce has come up with three very strong reasons why Google will not be offering auto insurance in the future. Why? High opportunity cost since Google would cannibalize their costs per click and, thus, their earnings; ... [Lire la suite]
09 décembre 2014

Position paper on upcoming ADAS

Author : Gérard Yahiaoui, Nexyad Contributors : Gilles Schaefer, Car&D   The French R&D cluster Mov'eo (Imagine Mobility) has started for its SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprises) and MSC (Middle Sized Companies) "business" oriented clusters called “Groupements”. These groupements allow: hunting in packs: shortening the cycle "approach, qualified prospect, mail order" is the desired effect. building extended value chains to respond more comprehensively to customer building shared development strategies and placing... [Lire la suite]