Tag Archives: connected cars

Autonomous Vehicles and Ride Sharing are Reshaping Cities Now

infrastructure
Just two months ago, we wrote about how Autonomous Vehicles and Ride Sharing Will Reshape Our Buildings, Our Cities, and Our Lives. We explained that “[w]hile current developments require parking space to accommodate commuters, the future might make these spaces obsolete.” Chicago is experiencing that on a grand scale with the loss of surface parking … Continue reading this entry

Foley’s 2017 Connected Cars & Autonomous Vehicles Survey

Connected Cars
We’re in the midst of a rapid evolution not only in the way drivers operate their vehicles, but also in the operations, compliance, go-to-market strategy and cyber preparedness of the entire automotive industry. More than 70 million connected cars will be on the road by 2023, as predicted by IHS Markit, and autonomous vehicles aren’t … Continue reading this entry

Mobility, New Technology, Compliance Take Center Stage at Foley’s 2018 Auto Show Program

Exponential technological growth and transformative change are creating unique opportunities and challenges for the automotive industry. That was a key theme of Foley’s 2018 Auto Show Program, hosted by Foley partners Mark Aiello and Ann Marie Uetz and held on January 17, 2018, alongside the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.… Continue reading this entry

Tech Startups Play Critical Role in Development of Self-Driving Cars, According to Foley Survey

tech startups
Automakers and suppliers have been joined by a growing list of early-stage and established technology companies from outside the traditional automotive supply base in the race to build a truly connected car, and ultimately the first completely autonomous vehicle.… Continue reading this entry