EDITORIAL – Mobility-as-a-service to drive demand for electrically powered driverless vehicles

Technology Trends

The growing influence of mobility services is inspiring companies to develop vehicles that can drive without a driver and emission-free at the same time, but what technology mobility companies will eventually use will also depend on regulations

The rising popularity of ‘mobility-as-a-service’ (MAAS), which is the shift from personally owned modes of transportation to mobility solutions such as ride-hailing and car-sharing, is inspiring companies to develop vehicles that will offer the best of both worlds—electrification and autonomous driving.

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