Global management consultancy Arthur D. Little has launched a new twice-yearly journal providing research and analysis of developments in autonomous mobility
The Autonomous Mobility Journal, which has published its first issue, aims to analyse innovation and progress in the fast-developing sector.
The first issue looks at key topics in four areas, covering market developments, case studies, city focus and a strategic review.
The city focus on the current issue looks at Singapore and its Smart Mobility 2030 initiative.
There is also an interview with Jerome Rigaud, the COO of Navya, the first company to sell fully autonomous shuttles.
Ralf Baron (pictured), partner, global head, travel and transportation at Arthur D. Little, said: “Autonomous Mobility is becoming a contender to solve some of the key problems of today’s congested and inefficient mobility systems, impacting citizens, passengers and governments across the world. In such a fast-moving market, understanding the sector and anticipating future trends is key for all players in the ecosystem. That’s why we are launching the Autonomous Mobility Journal, with the aim of providing impartial analysis and clarity to a market that is currently characterized by enormous activity across the globe.”
To download the first issue of Autonomous Journal, visit the journal's website.