Automotive Megatrends Magazine Q4 2014 – The Freight Efficiency Issue

Automotive World has published the latest issue of Automotive Megatrends Magazine - Q4 2014 - The Freight Efficiency Issue

Automotive Megatrends Magazine Q4 2014 – The Freight Efficiency Issue

  • Automotive World has published the latest issue of Automotive Megatrends Magazine
  • Automotive Megatrends Magazine is a free quarterly e-magazine produced by Automotive World
  • Q4 2014 – The Freight Efficiency Issue’ focuses on improvements in the movement of people and goods
  • Other megatrends addressed in this issue: Connectivity, Powertrain Innovation, eMobility, Manufacturing & Materials, the Retail (R)evolution and Safety

Created and produced by Automotive WorldAutomotive Megatrends Magazine is a free quarterly e-magazine dedicated to the business models, technologies and trends which are shaping the global automotive industry of tomorrow.

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Q4 2014 – The Freight Efficiency Issue considers the changing face of trucking, developments in the bus world, and other ways in which the movement of people and goods can be improved.

Greener, quieter, safer and connected – the truck of the future may even be smart enough to drive itself. But there are many questions: What does the future hold for trucking? What will the truck of the future be for? Who – or what – will drive it, and what will power it? In this issue, we ask a variety of industry stakeholders their views on the future of trucking. On the cover of the latest issue is Daimler’s Future Truck 2025 – the concept vehicle which led the media’s future truck discussion in 2014. Numerous other key players also pushed ideas for the future of trucking, including fleets and suppliers, and the cover story looks at some of those innovations.

Automotive Megatrends Magazine is about more than Freight Efficiency, however; this issue may focus on all things freight, but it also addresses the other megatrends shaping the future automotive industry: Connectivity, Powertrain Innovation, eMobility, Manufacturing & Materials, the Retail (R)evolution and Safety.

Some of the other highlights in this issue include interviews with Han Hendricks, head of innovation at Johnson Controls; Stefan Pischinger, Chief Executive of FEV; and Swamy Kotagiri, Chief Technical Officer at Magna. We ask Volvo, Delphi and Thatcham whether, on self-driving cars, the regulators have let the horse bolt; and we learn that the best way of improving crash test dummies is to replace them with simulation. Each section of the magazine also includes contributions from leading management consultants.

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