New Mobility

Our content highlights for long winter evenings: New Mobility

In the third part of our content highlights for long winter evenings, we look at the topic of “New Mobility”. Among others, the experts from ERGO Mobility Solutions present their favourite websites around autonomous vehicles, electromobility and new mobility concepts. 

Smart Car (HUD) ,Autonomes selbstfahrendes Verkehrsträgerfahrzeug auf der Autobahn iot Konzept mit grafischen Sensor Radarsignalsystem

Tipp 1: Wunder Mobility Podcast

by Stefan Gregor, Head of Smart Mobility at ERGO Mobility Solutions

The “Wunder Mobility Podcast” comes every two weeks. The focus is on “Future of Mobility”. Host Gunnar Froh talks to thought leaders from the mobility industry, politics and science, who share their visions,  successes and setbacks.

https://wundermobility.podigee.io/

Tipp 2: The world of connected and autonomous vehicles

by Andreas Bradt, Head of Autonomous and Electric Mobility at ERGO Mobility Solutions

Autonomous Vehicle International magazine presents the latest technologies, innovations and case studies from the world of connected and autonomous vehicles, as well as the latest ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) developments. The magazine is published monthly. The editions can also be read online on the website:

https://www.autonomousvehicleinternational.com/online-magazines


Tipp 3: The first remote hack of a car

by Sebastian Meerschiff, Automotive Analyst at ERGO Mobility Solutions

Two hackers have developed a tool to hijack a Jeep over the internet. WIRED author Andy Greenberg takes the SUV for a spin on the highway while the hackers attack it from miles away. The video is older (from 2015), but still impressive.

Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on a Highway | WIRED


Tipp 4: Daily newsletter on electromobility

by Sebastian Meerschiff, Automotive Analyst at ERGO Mobility Solutions

The daily newsletters from electrive and intellicar: There is really nothing about electromobility, autonomous driving and smart mobility that these two newsletters don't feature. Therefore: Absolutely must-read (daily)!

https://www.electrive.net/

https://intellicar.de/

Tipp 5 : YouTube lecture on climate-friendly engines

by Ingo Schenk, Digitalisation Communicator at ERGO

In this almost 30-minute clip, Prof. Maximilian Fichter weighs up alternative engines against each other. What will help us best in the climate crisis - e-fuels or hydrogen? I think: An important question that has already occupied us at //next. The conclusion reached by the director of the Helmholtz Institute in Ulm is clear. Worth seeing!

AMS Congress 2021 with Prof. Maximilian Fichtner - "Transformation of engines" (in German only)


Tipp 6: Pioneering mobility concepts in Barcelona

by Kristina Tewes, Social Media Managerin at ERGO

Start-ups from all over the world develop mobility solutions in Barcelona and use the city as a test environment for their technologies. TNW magazine took a closer look at the city. It is impressive what is already possible!

What's it like to be a startup founder in Barcelona?


Tipp 7: Strack-Zimmermann and Jung reflect on the future of mobility

by Ronald Voigt, freelance journalist and content manager

Back in 2018, Thilo Jung met the German FDP politician Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann on the sidelines of the "German American Conference" at Harvard University.  Strack-Zimmermann had previously been part of a panel on autonomous driving. The two discuss the future of mobility in our cities.

MdB Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann (FDP) - Jung & Naiv: Episode 391 (in German only)


Tipp 8: Sense and nonsense of ultra-fast delivery services

by Markus Sekulla, freelance digital consultant

More and more start-ups are promising ultra-fast food deliveries without raising prices or harming workers. Vice author Aaron Gordon asks whether this business idea is profitable - and what will actually happen to our relationship to our cities if we don't even go out of the house for groceries anymore.

https://www.vice.com/en/article/k78mkv/whats-the-point-of-15-minute-grocery-delivery