How The Automotive Industry Is Driving Toward A Sustainable Future

By Thomas Pohl, Senior Director Marketing, Automotive, SAP

The automotive industry is racing into a new world of mobility and sustainability – and technology is the key to helping automakers achieve both.

The automotive industry is still dealing with supply chain and shipping disruptions resulting from the pandemic, in addition to ongoing parts and semi-conductor shortages. Despite these lingering disruptions, both internal and external pressures are propelling the industry toward the next normal with advanced mobility and more sustainable practices.

Sustainable Evolution of the Auto Industry

Historically, the automotive industry has not focused on sustainable practices. Traditional assembly-line manufacturing processes – many still in use today – use huge amounts of energy, metals, plastics, toxins, and manpower; all leaving behind a massive carbon footprint.

On top of that, once vehicles are produced, most require fossil fuels to operate, which subsequently releases harmful emissions. The entire process has a vast

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Automotive Industry In The Philippines

Transport infrastructure consists of the fixed installations, including roads , railways , airways , waterways , canals and pipelines and terminals reminiscent of airports , railway stations , bus stations , warehouses , trucking terminals, refueling depots (including fueling docks and gas stations ) and seaports Terminals could also be used each for interchange of passengers and cargo and for maintenance. The settings I most well-liked for the monitor had been: Monitor Mode with the throttle map set to Avenue, ABS set to Supermoto, and Wheelie Management on (sure, I suck at wheelies). I suppose the setting that stands out is the Road throttle map. Since many of the riders I talked to went for the Sport mapping, I used to be a little sheepish about my preference till Chris Filmore told me that it was his most well-liked setting, too. The choice was made solely on my choice to … Read More

Carnomaly is Bringing Transparency to the Automotive Industry By DailyCoin

Carnomaly is Bringing Transparency to the Automotive Industry

Over the years, car sales and management (e.g, tracking a car’s history) have been challenging, and using centralized protocols has made it practically impossible to achieve efficient management and tracking systems for such a purpose. Notable reasons for this include trust issues, limited access to information from a global network of users, and lack of transparency, among several others.

For instance, it is quite difficult to access a detailed history of a car before making a purchase. As a result, automobile dealers are mostly in control of the situation, and can easily control the market’s value so that it favours only them.

On the other hand, a consumer or buyer who is unaware of a vehicle’s full history cannot make a well-informed decision about a potential purchase.

Now, after many years of no meaningful endeavour to resolve these major challenges, Carnomaly, a

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The Women Automotive Network: Addressing Disruption In The Automotive Industry

Across the globe, we’ve all experienced the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s impact on us and society as a whole is fairly evident, but HOW has the pandemic affected the automotive industry? And WHAT are people doing about it? And also, with the rise in eco-consciousness, how is the automotive industry leveraging this opportunity?

2021’s “Winter Meetup” (hosted by The Women Automotive Network) is taking place virtually on the 23rd November 2021, and it promises to address Disruption in a big way.

The event will feature talks from senior automotive professionals from a wide range of automotive leaders, including: Roland Berger, Mercedes-Benz Canada, Peugeot UK, Volvo, Vodafone, Porsche, Flex, Bose, TE Connectivity, Boston Consultancy Group, and more.

This year’s “Winter Meetup” is the 5th event in the series, and is expected to welcome 500+ automotive professionals from across the globe to one place. Hasmeet Kaur (the Principal at Roland Berger) will be

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