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  • Stuttgart Airport (IATA: STR) has moved one step closer to achieving its goal of carbon neutrality – by switching its fleet of cargo tow tractors to the battery powered Goldhofer SHERPA E.

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  • Carbon fiber seems relatively good for the environment—it makes cars and planes so much lighter that they get way better gas mileage, right? True, but this simple analysis forgives the fact that cured carbon-fiber structures are extremely energy-intensive to produce. That's why BMW sourced the carbon fiber for its i3 and i8 cars from Moses Lake, Washington, where hydroelectric energy drastically lowers the footprint of its carbon.

  • Hyundai Motor Group said on Tuesday that it plans to invest 41 trillion won ($34.65 billion) in mobility technology and strategic investments by 2025, as South Korea’s top automaker accelerates its attempts to catch up in the self-driving car race.

  • The UK’s first full-sized autonomous bus gave its first public demonstration at the National Exhibition Centre in October 2019 for visitors to the Coach & Bus UK show.

  • Glitzy girl J-pop groups, esports tournaments, drone racing, drifting demos and even a cross-dressing celebrity endorsement. Japan seeks to thwart the downward spiral of global auto shows by making its own flagship event, well, less of an auto show.

  • Iran’s giant carmaker Iran Khodro manufactured a home-made engine named EC5 which can reduce fuel consumption in Peugeot 301 passenger cars.

  • Although very accustomed to its traditional practices, the shipping industry is now entering a new era with digital innovations on more than 50,000 ships currently sailing the world's oceans. In this article, Safebridge has researched and discovered the latest digital trends of the maritime industry providing an update in this evolving business sector.

  • The signs, a collaboration between Costain and Swarco, have the capability to display live video pictures of congestion on the road ahead.

  • After ending up in the water on his first attempt, flying Frenchman Franky Zapata has now successfully crossed the English Channel on his jet-powered Flyboard Air. The 22-mile (35.4-km) crossing took Zapata some 22 minutes, holding speeds over 100 mph (160 km/h).