How a luxury department store is integrating ride hailing technology into its supply chain
Getaround is the self-proclaimed “Airbnb of cars”. Development of smartphones and location-based technology has driven development of the sharing economy. New peer-to-peer car rental services threaten a market dominated by the big three (Avis, Enterprise, and Hertz) and threaten car manufacturers in the longer term.
How does ride-sharing survive in the world’s worst traffic? On two wheels!
Most stories we hear in the transportation sector pit traditional incumbents (taxi companies) against digital newcomers (e.g. Uber). But can you imagine a world where the two parties collaborate and taxi companies embrace innovation? Welcome to Indonesia.
Digital disruption has forced Ford to reconsider its core business model; the organization is moving from an “auto company, to an auto and mobility company”. To enable this, the Ford has created a wholly owned subsidiary, Ford Smart Mobility LLC, based in Silicon Valley, which is developing next-generation transport solutions