Transportation is an essential part of life. Some aspects, though, are a concern for governments around the world for a variety of reasons, such as environmental decline, overcrowding, and expense.
The global electric vehicle (EV) charging station industry is on the verge of a significant transformation, with forecasts indicating a remarkable growth trajectory.
Smart technology and software are now applied to a huge variety of products in homes and workplaces, and off-road equipment and vehicles are no exception.
In recent years, purchases of electric vehicles and plug in hybrid vehicles have been increasing due to government incentives, increasing gas prices, and environmental concerns.
If we take OFF some features and think about what is really needed for the job at hand, can a product line become more useful, more affordable (and thus hit mass market faster and to greater effect), more sustainable, and more productive?
In a continuation of a decade-long trend, the use of e-bikes surged in many parts of the world during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each technology possesses comparative advantages and disadvantages, such as differences in vehicle range capabilities and the degree to which they depend on charging infrastructure.
A big area for M&A activity in the last few years is in artificial intelligence, sensors, and related hardware.
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This week, the major engine manufacturer Cummins announced it will be acquiring Meritor, a leading supplier of vehicle parts.