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Tag: Automotive industry

KPMG study: Say goodbye to the two-car family

KPMG study: Say goodbye to the two-car family

| November 24, 2014

The two-car family of American dreams is on the decline, according to a compelling study from KPMG, “Me, My Car, My Life.” The study identifies a number of the challenges and opportunities that come along with the changing automotive industry, and follows up on 2012’s “Self Driving Cars: The Next Revolution,” and last year’s “Self-Driving […]

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Transportation roundup 11/21/14

Transportation roundup 11/21/14

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Washington, D.C. cancelled the planned streetcar that was to serve the Columbia Pike neighborhood in Arlington. David Alpert at Greater Greater Washington goes through some of the possible outcomes of the cancellation, and discusses fallout. The Los Angeles Auto Show’s Green Car of the Year ribbon was pinned not on Tesla, but the BMW i3. Unlike other plug-in […]

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Eye-tracking technology comes to General Motors

Eye-tracking technology comes to General Motors

| September 8, 2014

So you’ve had your eye on that hot little number from General Motors. Sometime between now and 2019 you can expect it to return your gaze. Thank the company: the automaker recently inked a deal with Seeing Machines to purchase tracking devices for 500,000 vehicles over the next five years, says the Financial Times. The […]

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