Smart cars increasingly are linking up with equally smart street furniture to ease access to vehicle charging and reduce urban congestion.
What a ride it's been for the transportation industry since the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI), though it cannot surprise anybody that the industry took AI so readily into its stride. After all, haven't we all been expecting flying cars and other futuristic vehicle innovations for some time? Everyone simply expects the transportation sector to continue to evolve, to change with the times, to digitalise.
The transportation sector has been on a remarkable journey since the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI). With futuristic visions of flying cars and advanced vehicle innovations, the industry readily embraced AI's transformative potential. Today, AI is driving significant changes in the transportation sector, touching nearly every aspect of the way we move people and goods. From self-driving cars to in-cabin monitoring systems and AI-powered customer experiences, AI is ushering in a new era of mobility.
Don't be an asshole. This is more of a company culture related rule — we're all a part of the same team working toward the same end goal. Foster a positive company culture by promoting respect and collaboration. In today's business world, there is no place for negative behavior. Creating a work environment where everyone feels valued and respected is crucial to achieving our shared goals.
The rise of electric vehicles in the United States is by no means a fad, temporary trend or mistake. From my perspective, leading an electrical components manufacturer for nearly a decade, I have seen the rapid growth of the EV space firsthand. At the outset, I was optimistic about the growth potential of the EV sector. Today, I'm ecstatic. Just look at some of the numbers:
ProEV™, a Division of Electrical Components International, and Phillips Innovations Partner to Develop High-Voltage Harness Assemblies for Class 8 Electric and Fuel-Cell Trucks and Trailers