In partnership with Osborne Clarke, Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley is joined by Chia Ling Koh, Steve Yu and Parveen Arora to discuss mobility trends in Asia and the legal challenges of delivering digital payments systems, intelligent vehicles and e-mobility.
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As part of our Sustainable Mobility & Air Quality In-Depth Focus, Intelligent Transport asked a panel of experts: What do you think the future of sustainable mobility will look like?
In the final 2021 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts discussing: the future of autonomous mobility; how alternative power is supporting the decarbonisation of public transport; why delivering a seamless and enjoyable passenger experience is key to recovering passenger ridership post-pandemic; and much more.
Intelligent Transport's Leah Hockley is joined by Osborne Clarke's Dr Karla Klasen and Dr Alexander Dlouhy to discuss the legal challenges of delivering e-mobility in the first of a three-episode video miniseries in partnership with the international law firm.
For Intelligent Transport, Osborne Clarke's Arty Rajendra and Matthew White consider how connected technologies are disrupting the automotive industry and discuss what the future of car connectivity may look like, as well as outline the legal challenges that are being faced by the sector in this field.
The Sustainable Mobility & Air Quality In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 3 2021 features articles discussing e-mobility, hydrogen power, the legal issues of decarbonisation and indoor air quality.
In this issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts discussing: why integrated transport is essential to post-COVID-19 recovery; how the industry is ensuring that public transport is accessible to all; the role of micro-mobility in MaaS; and much more.
Intelligent Transport spoke with Marcus Vass, Partner at Osborne Clarke, to understand how China’s electric vehicle market moved so far ahead of Europe’s, how the west can work smarter with infrastructure and data to catch up, and how China’s insular transport market could make it an industry leader in new…
Intelligent Transport's Eve De Clerk spoke to Edward Barratt, partner at international legal practice Osborne Clarke, about next-generation connectivity and the potential it has to transform transport and mobility.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are said to cost 23 per cent less to service and maintain than petrol models over three years/60,000 miles. Yet there are still key hurdles to overcome before we move to a full-scale EV deployment, says the team at Osborne Clarke.
Amy Stray and Deborah Harvey, energy experts at Osborne Clarke, discuss the regulatory process for the future of mobility, including autonomous vehicles.
Deborah Harvey and Amy Stray from Osborne Clarke examine the role that electric vehicles (EVs) are taking in the current digital revolution and some of the legal issues created by the EV landscape which will need to be addressed…