Robbie Turner Mills & Reeve

COMMENT | What will a driverless futuRE look like?

The first driverless vehicles are due to hit our streets later in this decade, writes Robbie Turner. As well as having an effect on how we live, work and travel, the rollout could have a profound effect on how our towns, cities and built environment are developed.

Thomas Newby, Tonik Energy

Why developers must futureproof EV infrastructure

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Thomas Newby

As electric and autonomous vehicles become the new normal, we can expect to see increasing pressure on developers and the construction industry to ensure the infrastructure is in place to support clean, green motoring, Thomas Newby of Tonik Energy writes.

Transport Planners Main

The changing role of…transport planners

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Nicola Byrne

With the rise of new mobility services, driverless vehicles and big data, transport planners are having to learn new skills in order to provide flexibility for the future.

EE 5G Launch

5G gathers pace in UK as EE launches first network

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Nicola Byrne

The mobile network provider has won the race to become the first 5G operator, switching on superfast mobile services in parts of London, Manchester, Cardiff, Belfast, Edinburgh, and Birmingham.

Bosch Connected Cars

Bosch doubles down on electric car market

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Nicholas Fearn

The world’s largest auto parts maker has shared its latest mobility concepts ahead of welcoming 5,000 guests to Berlin for its Bosch Connected World conference next week.

The Future Of Warehouses Savills

Savills: The future of warehouses

Kevin Mofid, director of commercial research at Savills, explores the forward-thinking policies, groundbreaking warehouse designs and innovative supply chain solutions which are transforming urban logistics.