Covering the people and technology propelling us towards safe, sustainable, effective, and accessible mobility solutions. Topics include electric vehicles, fuel cell electric vehicles, hydrogen, improved internal combustion engines, assisted and automated driving, connectivity, public transportation, ridesharing, ridehailing, micromobility, and more. The Future of Mobility podcast is presented by Edison Manufacturing and Engineering. Edison is a trusted manufacturing partner, carefully designed to reliably assemble highly complex products in annual volumes of tens to tens of thousands.
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James Breyer is co-founder and CEO of Hercules Electric Mobility. more
David Welch is the Detroit bureau chief for Bloomberg News and also covers the auto industry for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine. He is the author of Charging Ahead: General Motors, Mary Barra, and the Reinvention of an American Icon. more
Kevin Mull is Director of Strategy, Planning and Business Development, Mobility Solutions - Americas at Robert Bosch LLC and is a co-founder of the Detroit Smart Parking Lab. more
Brandon asks great questions and features guests with insightful commentary!
Really enjoyed listening to this podcast, the discussion is very insightful and relevant to the mobility industry today. Sandra’s discussion on MaaS highlighted many interesting points regarding the future of journey planning.
Really well produced, professional podcast. Great listening! Particularly enjoyed the recent episode with the guests from BOSE automotive division. Really clever tech and I learned a lot.
Amazing interview with Jim Adler, subscribed!
This podcast has a pleasant conversational flow and is educational for someone who is not knowledgeable in the mobility sector but is indeed interested in learning more. Great to turn on while exercising, getting some work done, or just for pleasure. Excited for more!
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Future of Mobility launched 2 years ago and published 134 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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