transportation

Rivian is Making an Illinois City’s Electric Vehicle Vision a Reality

Officials in Normal, Illinois, see Rivian’s growth and corporate culture as a key part of the city’s long-term sustainability plan.

Formula E Racing Helps Jaguar Accelerate Towards EVs

With the help of digital twinning and sophisticated software, Jaguar is emerging as a global leader in racing with a mission to improve sustainability.

EV Battery Recycling is Costly. These Five Startups Could Change That

Meet the American companies making lithium-ion battery recycling more profitable and sustainable than it’s ever been.

Fortifying Global Supply Chains Against Sanctions and Stresses

The lack of visibility in the supply chain has a cascading impact on sustainability, and inflationary pressures as well. IoT could enable an interdependent economy with intelligence and efficiency.

The U.S. Is Not Winning The EV Race

Despite Tesla's success, the U.S. has already fallen behind China and faces massive supply chain problems going forward.

‘This Is Sedition’: Ottawa Insurrection Has Roots in Pro-Pipeline, Pro-Fossil Convoy

Close observers are linking the occupation to past protests supporting pipelines and fossil fuels, digging into the white supremacist funding and logistics behind the trucker convoy.

9-1-1 Gets a High Tech Facelift

Mobile phones brought huge changes to 9-1-1 emergency systems. Now the internet of things and AI will take them to the next level, improving safety for all of us.

Piloting Big Technologies On a Tiny Scottish Island

The Orkney Islands may seem like the end of the earth, but hydrogen power projects launched there could help usher in a new era for marine transportation.

Charged Up With Nowhere To Go: Why Electric Vehicles Demand Better Infrastructure

For the first time in 20 years the nation’s overall infrastructure got a better report card – going from a D to a C-. The tidal wave of electric vehicles makes the lack luster grades...

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