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Nos últimos anos, as constantes revelações de esquemas complexos (e, muitas vezes, potencialmente criminosos) de campanhas políticas na internet podem ter feito as pessoas se desinteressarem do ativismo digital, uma das grandes promessas para a disputa política no século XXI. Aparentemente, sem usina de fake news, gestão massiva de comunidades, investimento pesado em dark posts e controle profundo de comunidades ocultas, pode ser impossível promover suas ideias na internet. Mesmo assim, algumas pessoas e pequenos grupos se organizam para tentar inverter essa lógica. E, mesmo sem dinheiro, conhecimentos avançados ou acesso a dados secretos das pessoas, iniciativas surgem o tempo todo no mundo tentando promover a luta digital. Uma das mais efetivas, sem dúvida, foram os Sleeping Giants, que há pouco mais de um ano impõem perdas milionárias a sites de desinformação, promovendo campanhas de boicote e cobrança a seus patrocinadores nas redes sociais. No Braincast 435, Carlos Merigo, Ana Freitas, Alexandre Maron e Oga Mendonça conversam com Leonardo Leal, um dos fundadores do Sleeping Giants BR, para saber como (e por que) fazer ativismo digital em 2021. _____ VOLVO Há algumas semanas, o minuto da Volvo no Braincast tem sido um mergulho - presencial - no novo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric. Sim, o Carlos Merigo foi até a montanha e conferiu de perto cada detalhe do primeiro carro 100% elétrico da Volvo. Dessa vez, Merigo trouxe Julio Alonso, que é especialista Volvo de produtos, para tirar todas nossas dúvidas sobre a potência dos carros elétricos no dia a dia. Descubra qual é a potência do XC40 elétrico, conheça a estabilidade desse carro e saiba até mesmo quanto tempo ele leva para ir de 0 a 100 km/h. Conheça o XC40 acessando o site volvocars.com e reserve já o seu. A autonomia está em conformidade com os ciclos de condução WLTP e EPA mas pode variar em ambiente real. Os valores são baseados no objetivo preliminar. A aguardar a certificação final do veículo. _____ WHATSAPP Vem cá, você tá cuidando direito da sua segurança online? Proteção de dados nunca é demais. Só que no meio de tantos protocolos e aplicativos, muitas vezes a gente acaba esquecendo de olhar para as formas mais básicas de se proteger na internet. E é por isso que o WhatsApp me convidou para dar uma dica importante aqui. Por exemplo, você já deve ter ouvido falar daquele golpe em que invadem seu WhatsApp e mandam mensagens para seus contatos. Tá certo que, a cada dia, os fraudadores inventam novas técnicas e tecnologias para nos enganar. Mas muita gente ainda cai nesse golpe por causa do código de ativação. O código de ativação é aquele número de 6 dígitos que você recebe por SMS toda vez que faz login no seu WhatsApp em algum outro celular - quando você compra um novo, por exemplo. Regra de ouro: nunca passe esse código para ninguém. Sim, sem perceber, tem muita gente compartilhando o código que dá acesso a todo o seu WhatsApp, agenda e informações pessoais. Os fraudadores se passam por fornecedores, amigos, e inventam uma história qualquer pra te convencer a passar essa sequência de números. Então, se um dia você receber um SMS com um código de ativação, não mande esse número pra ninguém. Pode ser alguém tentando acessar sua conta no WhatsApp. Afinal, todo mundo pode cair em golpes, mas todo mundo pode evitar. Valeu pela dica, WhatsApp! _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ QUAL É A BOA Para saber mais informações sobre as indicações dos podcasters da mesa, acesse http://qualeaboa.b9.com.br. _____ O Braincast é uma produção B9 Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Produção: Bia Souza Apoio à pauta: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Mariana Leão, com a supervisão de Alexandre Potascheff e apoio de Angie Lopez Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicius Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zennaro
In the two decades since she graduated from ArtCenter with a degree in Transportation Design, Tisha Johnson has blazed trails for female design leaders in industries dominated by men. Her success has been propelled by her genuine passion for each phase of the design process, from research to experimenting with materials to aligning aesthetic beauty with human need. The results of her efforts are written into her ever-evolving career, which includes transformative stints heading up design teams at Volvo and Herman Miller en route to her current role as head of global design at Whirlpool. Tisha's growing list of achievements has done little to dampen her palpable excitement for the fundamentals of a job she views, in its simplest terms, as making things that make people's lives better. In order to do that well, she's committed herself to a lifelong learning process as a designer and leader, both in the studio and out. In fact, she's even been known to use her twin passions for surfing and motorcycling as laboratories for design thinking and doing. For Tisha, good design is a feeling. And that feeling, in a word, is freedom. It's part of the purity of spirit and infectious enthusiasm she brings to everything she does. Even now, from her perch atop the upper rungs of corporate America, she speaks of her new role strategizing future generations of home appliances with the reverence and excitement of someone who has just landed her first job. I was particularly taken by Tisha's description of the design process as a dialogue between materials and maker, which echoed themes in my book about the discoveries that happen through physical engagement. Over the course of a conversation that felt at times like a masterclass on design strategy, we also covered her thoughts on how research and careful listening guides the teams she leads, the role of empathy in design and how her work at Whirlpool in connection to what she calls “the hearth of the home” can move her to tears. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Many people think that when business is at its peak and successful it is the best thing, however listen in to Nicole who shares with us how to respect success but not idolize it, because we don't know what goes on behind the scenes. It takes work to build success. My Guest: Nicole Jansen Nicole grew up in an entrepreneurial household by her mid 20's she helped build an 8 figure family business that spanned nearly a dozen countries. She also launched her own successful venture at 16 years old. She also became one of the go to resources. After experiencing more than her fair share of unethical and unjust business practices over her 30 year career, Nicole decided that while teaching others how to build effective business systems and play to their strengths was valuable and rewarding, the most important is leadership. And that is what she focuses on now. Pivotal Moments · Nicole's father owned a few car automotive stations. He was a big dreamer and he wanted to explore and expand. When Nicole was 7 years old her dad got involved in network marketing which back then was direct sales. · He then invested, sold the business went down to Brazil to invest, but the partners pulled out at the last minute. · He disappeared for months and months. Lost everything had massive debt. · That was Nicole's first experience at age 11 she saw what happens when you make big mistakes. It shaped her view of business and money. · Nicole became more involved with paperwork. By the time she was 14 she was doing a lot of back-end shipping and receiving and learnt a lot about business. · At 16 Nicole started her own business started selling products that she could get hold of. Such as fax machines. · She went to industrial areas and sold her fax machines from door to door, she then went onto selling lots of other products such as Volvo. · In the 90's Nicole built up her dads business in multiple countries. · Reaching multiple countries was via word of mouth. · It takes work to build success Advice Principles and relationships don't change. Current Business Struggle The challenge which is essentially an opportunity, Nicole is looking for more leaders at the highest levels that know what they are doing but want to work on the inner game and want to talk about relationships. There is a point where leaders get to a sealing of complexity. Links & Resources https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolejansen (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolejansen) https://www.facebook.com/nicolejanseninc (https://www.facebook.com/nicolejanseninc) https://www.instagram.com/nicolejanseninc (https://www.instagram.com/nicolejanseninc) https://www.youtube.com/nicolejansen (https://www.youtube.com/nicolejansen) https://twitter.com/nicolejansen (https://twitter.com/nicolejansen) https://www.facebook.com/LeadersOfTransformation (https://www.facebook.com/LeadersOfTransformation) Show: http://www.estierand.com/breakthrough (www.estierand.com/breakthrough) Part 2 of this episode where you hear more go to estierand.com/134-2 Did you enjoy this episode? Then https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/estie-rand/id1358797306?mt=2&ls=1 (subscribe to my podcast on iTunes), so you can get automatic updates whenever another episode goes live (and you will be helping me get to #1 on iTunes, making us all cooler in the process!)
Tom and Scott head to New Jersey for Thanksgiving, but they first must face the challenge of getting Tom's car out of the garage just steps from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade route. What if a wrong turn puts his Volvo in the parade procession for 30 blocks? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tom-saunders9/support
Não é difícil perceber a influência que a GAFA - sigla que denomina as "big techs" mais importantes do mundo: Google, Amazon, Facebook (agora Meta) e Apple - exerce em nossas vidas. Para muitos, essa participação cada vez maior no nosso dia a dia gera controle, dependência e um uso massivo e pouco ético de nossos dados. A solução mais óbvia é romper o contato com essas grandes companhias e iniciar uma vida online mais saudável, independente e autônoma. Certo? No Braincast 434, Carlos Merigo, Luiz Yassuda e Pedro Strazza, conversam sobre por que tomar esse passo é menos simples do que parece. Nos últimos anos, muitos tentaram e - quase - todos falharam na missão de se livrar das big techs, que já conquistaram espaço nos cantos mais obscuros da internet (e fora dela também). Você pode desligar aparelhos, desinstalar aplicativos, deletar contas e parar de fazer pedidos - e ainda assim eles estarão nos seus mapas, nos sistemas operacionais e em qualquer coisa que nos integre ao mundo digital. E afinal, o que isso significa? Será que essa "dependência" causa tantos danos como imaginamos - e se livrar delas é realmente a solução? _____ VOLVO Desde a semana passada, o minuto da Volvo no Braincast tem sido um mergulho - presencial - no novo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric. Sim, o Carlos Merigo foi até a montanha e conferiu de perto cada detalhe do primeiro carro 100% elétrico da Volvo. Hoje, você acompanha o Merigo entrando no XC 40, uma experiência única com a chave que destrava as portas só com a aproximção. E com luzes de cabine, teto solar panorâmico, carregador de celular por indução e todas as vantagens do sistema Automotivo Google embarcado, esse carro elétrico chegou para fazer a diferença, antes mesmo de você dar a partida. Conheça o XC40 acessando o site volvocars.com e reserve já o seu. _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ QUAL É A BOA Para saber mais informações sobre as indicações dos podcasters da mesa, acesse http://qualeaboa.b9.com.br. _____ O Braincast é uma produção B9 Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Produção: Bia Souza Apoio à pauta: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Mariana Leão, com a supervisão de Alexandre Potascheff e apoio de Angie Lopez Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicius Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zennaro
- GM Dip Its Toes Into Electric Watercraft- Renault Will Develop Axial-Flux Motors- Volvo Wants Windshield to Act as a HUD- Polestar Precept Concept Inspires Production Car- Faraday Future Production Finally in Sight- Ford to Make Electric Corsair in Canada- Next-Gen LEAF Coming in 2025- Next-Gen Mach-E Production Details- Dealer Acquisitions on Record Pace- Human Horizons Shows Production HiPhi Z- Chevy Updates the Menlo EV
- GM Dip Its Toes Into Electric Watercraft - Renault Will Develop Axial-Flux Motors - Volvo Wants Windshield to Act as a HUD - Polestar Precept Concept Inspires Production Car - Faraday Future Production Finally in Sight - Ford to Make Electric Corsair in Canada - Next-Gen LEAF Coming in 2025 - Next-Gen Mach-E Production Details - Dealer Acquisitions on Record Pace - Human Horizons Shows Production HiPhi Z - Chevy Updates the Menlo EV
Desde o primeiro dia de pandemia decretada e isolamento social, as pessoas se questionam como seria a humanidade depois de tanto tempo de afastamento. Para alguns, no "novo normal" a humanidade se tornaria mais solidária, generosa e valorizaria as pequenas coisas. Para outros, permaneceríamos egoístas, destratando o meio ambiente e até piores em comportamento. Após 2 anos, a volta ao mundo presencial tem sido mais lenta do que imaginamos, mas já dá pra perceber que as mudanças são mais sutis do que esperávamos. Mas que elas existem, existem... No Braincast 433, Carlos Merigo, Alexandre Maron, Ana Freitas, Oga Mendonça e Marko Mello se encontram pela primeira vez no estúdio do Braincast para uma gravação presencial após o início da pandemia para discutir... como está a volta ao mundo presencial. O que mudou? Quais as dificuldades que surgem - e quais os problemas que já estavam lá, mas tínhamos nos esquecido? O que ninguém tem coragem de falar, mas a gente fala, sobre o dia a dia da volta ao trabalho presencial? _____ VOLVO Desde a semana passada, o minuto da Volvo no Braincast tem sido um mergulho - presencial - no novo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric. Sim, o Carlos Merigo foi até a montanha e conferiu de perto cada detalhe do primeiro carro 100% elétrico da Volvo. E depois de investigar o design, vamos conhecer nessa semana o porta-malas de abertura elétrica e sensor acionável com o pé, o bagageiro frontal (afinal, se o carro elétrico dispensa motor à combustão, sobra mais espaço para você aproveitar como quiser), além de várias outras vantagens do espaço externo desse carro, que está chegando agora ao Brasil para transformar o universo automotivo. Conheça o XC40 acessando o site volvocars.com e reserve já o seu. _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ QUAL É A BOA Para saber mais informações sobre as indicações dos podcasters da mesa, acesse http://qualeaboa.b9.com.br. _____ O Braincast é uma produção B9 Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Produção: Bia Souza Apoio à pauta: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Mariana Leão, com a supervisão de Alexandre Potascheff e apoio de Angie Lopez Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicius Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zennaro
We're talking to Garry Rogers this week on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. Garry shares all sorts of stories from his long career in motorsport, both as a driver and as the boss of Garry Rogers Motorsport, chats memorabilia thanks to our mates at The Motorsport Trader, and tackles your National Motor Racing Museum Couch Racer Questions and the V8 Sleuth Top 10 Shootout.V8 Sleuth Bookshop: https://bookshop.v8sleuth.com.auBathurst Open Night tickets: https://bit.ly/3noJf3s
Volvo is charging ahead with its plan to electrify its fleet in less than a decade, but it continues to renew its gasoline-powered models as well. One strong example is the 2022 Volvo XC60 midsize luxury crossover that gets a completely new powertrain for the new model year. We recently had the opportunity to drive it in the hills of Malibu, California, and then spoke to its key product planner, Gauging Kalsaria. In the interview Kalsaria reveals how Volvo sees its new powertrains as stepping stones toward full electrification. And he and Host Jack Nerad explore EVs and other topics in the wide-ranging discussion. In the road test segment,Co-host Chris Teague and Host Jack Nerad share their views on two mid-size SUVs. From his post in Maine, Chris Teague tests the 2022 Ford Explorer, the latest iteration of one of the most popular sport-utility vehicles of all time. And he'll tell us how he thinks it fares against the current competition. Also in the road test segment, Host Jack Nerad reports from behind the wheel of the all-new Genesis GV70 compact crossover utility. With two impressive engine choices and eye-catching styling inside and out the GV70 could be a strong contender for North American Utility Vehicle of the Year honors. In the news, there is drama at Volkswagen this week as the automaker's plans to shift to electric vehicles upsets its workforce in Germany. Some feel that Volkswagen is going too fast on its plan to go electric, while others suggest it is going far too slow. Will this strife cost its CEO his job? Can Volkswagen out-Tesla Elon Musk? We'll explore that in this week's episode. And we'll also discuss the lengths car dealers are going to so they can obtain cars to sell. It's all coming upon this week's episode of America on The Road.
Realidades virtuais, avatares customizados, encontros que só existem mediados por uma tela. O "metaverso" é um universo virtual há muito tempo sonhado por escritores, cineastas, engenheiros de software e aficcionados por tecnologia. Há muito tempo essa ideia tem sido tema de distopias, filmes e jogos, levantando dilemas éticos e dúvidas operacionais que há muito inspiram os rumos que os principais executivos de tecnologia do mundo tendem a tomar. Ainda não podemos dizer que esse universo virtual já seja realidade, apesar dos esforços do Cinema 3D, da realidade aumentada e de games que simulam "vidas paralelas" que continuam acontecendo mesmo quando você está offline. Mas o jogo pareceu virar nas últimas semanas, quando uma das empresas mais importantes do mundo comunicou uma mudança de nome - de Facebook para Meta, um nome que veio diretamente do conceito de Metaverso, anunciando uma aceleração de rota rumo a esse universo digital paralelo com todo o dinheiro e especialidades do Vale do Silício. No Braincast 432, Carlos Merigo, Ana Freitas, Alexandre Maron, Cris Dias e Oga Mendonça conversam sobre o metaverso, e as experiências, tentativas e teorias que existem sobre o tema - além dos dilemas éticos, desafios e mitos sobre a sua implementação. _____ VOLVO Há algumas semanas, o Braincast, em parceria com a Volvo, vem falando sobre o XC 40 Recharge Pure Electric - o primeiro carro 100% elétrico da Volvo, que está chegando agora ao Brasil. E daqui pra frente, Carlos Merigo conduz você numa jornada diretamente do carro - para que você descubra, junto com ele, como cada detalhe funciona na prática. Pelos próximos episópdios, vamos descobrir os aspectos desse carro - um pedacinho de cada vez. E como não podia deixar de ser, o primeiro momento dessa conversa é uma audiodescrição do design do veículo - em muito diferente de um carro tradicional, seja por soluções inovadoras de design, seja pela possibilidade de abrir mão de algumas ferramentas do carro a combustível. Conheça o XC40 acessando o site volvocars.com e reserve já o seu. _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ QUAL É A BOA Para saber mais informações sobre as indicações dos podcasters da mesa, acesse http://qualeaboa.b9.com.br. _____ O Braincast é uma produção B9 Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Produção: Bia Souza Apoio à pauta: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Mariana Leão, com a supervisão de Alexandre Potascheff e apoio de Angie Lopez Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicius Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zennaro
I am beyond excited to introduce you to the woman who has made an indelible impact on my life, Judy Umlas. She is the founder of The Center for Grateful Leadership, Senior Vice President of the International Institute for Learning, Inc., author, keynote speaker and one of my mentors. Judy literally wrote the book on The Power of Acknowledgment and has been changing lives and the world for decades. Join me for a conversation with Judy that will change your life too. This month in November we are focusing on two pillars in The UnVeiling Method, Gratitude and Acknowledgment. I invite you to join me for the Complaint Free November and for the 20 days of Acknowledgment. Follow along on Instagram @SocialAutie and in the Private FB Group Mind Your Autistic Brain for inspiration. Watch HERE:https://youtu.be/KDNujnfrtTE https://linktr.ee/socialautie Time Stamps: 5:44 How Did the Power of Acknowledgment Begin? 15:00 Why I choose the Power of Acknowledgment 19:54 Receiving Acknowledgment-It's Hard as an Autistic ADHDer 27:22 Alexithymia & Receiving: PTSD and C-PTSD 37:00 What you may need to allow into your heart 38:00 How to Incorporate the Power of Acknowledgment into your life 47:24 What are you most grateful for today Judy? GUEST Contact INFO: Judith W. Umlas is Sr. Vice President, author and trainer at International Institute for Learning, Inc. (IIL), a global corporate training company. She wrote the ground-breaking book, The Power of Acknowledgment ©2006, IIL Publishing, New York, which has been credited with changing workplaces and lives by making use of the 7 Principles of Acknowledgment she developed. Her book on Grateful Leadership, Using the Power of Acknowledgment to Engage All Your People and Achieve Superior Results was published by McGraw-Hill Professional in association with IIL in early 2013 and You're Totally Awesome! The Power of Acknowledgment for Kids was published in late 2013 by IIL Publishing. In 2016 she founded the Center for Grateful Leadership (www.gratefulleadership.com ) whose members from around the world are committed to practicing and implementing the Grateful Leadership initiative in their organizations. Judith delivers inspiring, motivational and transformational keynote addresses on Grateful Leadership and The Power of Acknowledgment all over the world. She also leads webinars and teaches full day virtual and traditional courses to organizations such as Volvo, the U.S. Army, Prudential, JMP Engineering, the World Bank, Fannie Mae, IBM, AT&T, Google, Amway, the New York Police Department and many others. She has trained over 100,000 people through her leading edge, highly interactive and engaging courses and keynotes – with outstanding and longlasting results. Grateful Leadership and The Power of Acknowledgment are Judith's passion and purpose! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/socialautie/support
The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT The Munich-based digital signage consultancy invidis has been doing an annual yearbook publication for the past decade that is something of an industry bible for the European and Middle Eastern markets, and with each annual edition it gets a little more detailed and broader in its scope. The company does a German version and another one in English to service the rest of the region. There are many, many industry reports out there purporting to have a real understanding and data about the digital signage industry, but most of those reports are expensive and frankly not worth the money. The invidis yearbook, in contrast, is rich in detail, and full of insights from people who know the business at an expert level. And the best part, it's a free download - with the report bankrolled by sponsor advertisers. I caught up with Florian Rotberg, one of the principals at invidis, to talk about this year's insights, and why the focal point for 2021 was on what they call green signage. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Florian. Thank you for joining me. You're just back from Dubai! Florian Rotberg: Thanks for having me. Yeah, it was very exciting in Dubai at Expo 2020, and we spent a few days there. It was still very hot, but it's fascinating to see how immersive signage can be in today's show. Yeah. There's digital signage all through the Expo site, right?. Florian Rotberg: It's fascinating. It's LED with a lot of projections. During normal times, you don't see that much projection, but in this special country pavilion, there were 180 of them, it's fascinating to see. It's also great to see what works and what doesn't because some of the countries run out of money or never really had a good plan and you feel it immediately. So you enter the room and go, “oh, that's crap, I'm leaving,” and unfortunately, sometimes you have to wait two to three hours at some of the very popular pavilions. So then it's not a good experience, but in general, it's fascinating to see what's the coolest thing. It's not only LED and projection, but it's also how that's really integrated in architecture and not only how it integrated into the room, but also a lot of mirrors. So one of my favorite things, and I've talked about it many times before, it's really how you combine signage, how you combine LED or projection with mirror. You can do fantastic things and you see some really cool pavilions. Yeah. There was a new observatory that just opened up in New York, overlooking Madison Avenue in Midtown and it's got a big LED wall, but it's also three levels of mirrored ceilings and floors and walls and everything else and reflects like crazy. I was trying to wrap my head around it, but it's that kind of thing where it becomes just an infinite space. Florian Rotberg: Exactly, and it feels immersive and it can create great experiences there, and we took 1400 photos and 70 hours of video, so we'll put everything together in the next week we would publish it on Invidis Meets World on YouTube where you can watch it and we will show a lot of other stuff also obviously. What is invidisXworld? Florian Rotberg: So invidisXworld is something we started before the pandemic, and we decided because signage is so much about content, so much about the whole room, it's not only the digital canvas, but how people move in front of the screen and what a brand or the vendors really want to achieve. And so we decided, we have to travel. We have to go there. We have to talk with the people who designed it, and we have to just experience ourselves and then to tell the audience how it really feels. So we just hired the camera team, and we went off to Sweden and to Berlin which is still both in Europe, so it was easier to reach, and we spent a week there and talked with dozens of experts and visited museums. Some of the museums just opened for us because they were all closed because of a lockdown, and we went to Volvo, to H&M, to different places, to headquarters and talk with the guys who are responsible for that. It's a fascinating show and people like it and we get quite good feedback. So we're working in a visual medium, and you're actually using video? Florian Rotberg: Yes! How clever. Florian Rotberg: To be honest, I always thought photos are so cool, it's so easy, but unfortunately video is so much better, but it's very expensive. It's not just you spending a week somewhere, you have a whole camera team, and almost like a broadcast team, we have a video guy, sound guy, a producer, and you have to feed them and that is sometimes difficult. So you have to manage them almost like kids, but at the end of the day, you get some really good footage afterwards and it's worth the trouble. For people who haven't been to Dubai, as you say, it's fascinating. I find it extremely weird, but the degree of digital signage there, all these projects, and a lot of them are big budget projects, are they instructive or are they one-offs where you look at them and go, that's really cool, but, that's not something that's ever going to scale? Florian Rotberg: It's changing. In the past, it was just about the “wow of the moment” and afterwards, they all forgot about it. Nobody cared about maintenance, and after a year it just looked horrible, because nobody invested in content and nobody cared about it, and to be honest, even till today, the majority of the digital touchpoints are still not really connected to any backend systems or so and there are various reasons for that. One is when they open something and then they forget about it. People change jobs really fast. So even the person who is responsible for that leaves a job after a year or so, and so nobody has ownership anymore, and last but not least, these countries are relatively small, so reaching scale is very difficult, even for big chains, maybe maybe 40 stores or so getting scale is difficult. And they're interested in the “wow” and unfortunately not so much until four to five or seven year long contracts. But you said it's changing? Florian Rotberg: Yep. It's changing, getting smarter, getting more connected. To be honest, the region is the most digitally advanced region with a very young population. They have two-three mobile phones, and they're very open to all of this stuff. So it is changing, and we talked, while we were there, to one of the biggest telecommunication companies there, and we were at one of their flagship stores and they now have 170 stores and they have really good connections, and they really think in customer journeys. We also visited a smart hospital, which was really cool. You identify yourself when you enter the hospital with your ID card and then it takes a photo of you and then you walk through the hospital and it detects you and makes sure that you're in the right room, that the right person is there and everything. So very smart and they're really starting to think about journeys and to improve processes. So at the smart hospital, the process before was three days with all the examinations until you got to stand for your visa renewal, and now it's down to 30 minutes, which is incredible, and this is only possible with digital. So I wanted to chat for a number of reasons, but the principal one was the yearbook that Invidis puts out. Could you explain what that is and how it works? Florian Rotberg: Some people call it the Bible of the industry. I'm not sure if I would call it that, but yeah, it's an annual book we have been publishing for 11 year now and it's free to download on Invidis.com and it basically gives a yearly update about the latest trends. We have lots of rankings there, especially this year since it was quite interesting. You know, like the largest CMS providers worldwide, and which verticals are most important for digital signage, etc. We just give an analysis of the market, what has happened and also an outlook on what trends are coming up and what to understand, and the main topic this year is Green Signage. I know many of your listeners are based in North America, but over here in Europe, it's a huge topic. During the pandemic, the interest in more sustainable solutions has improved dramatically, and so more and more brands are looking to also operate their signage networks more sustainably, and what's most interesting when we did all the research is that 80% of the carbon footprint of a digital signage project is during operations. So for five-six years, the whole thing is operating. It's not so much the production, it's not so much the shipping. Yes, it's still 10-20%, but 80%, that's the biggest lever, and so it's not only about buying a more sustainable, more conscious signage solution, but it's really about how to improve existing installations. And there are so many things you can improve and you can reduce power consumption with the right content. Turning it off at night, it's so unfortunate that the majority of the signage runs 24/7 even if there are no people around. Kiosks systems, they all run 24.7. There's no reason if a kiosk system is somewhere on a factory floor and the floor is closed or in the evening, or at night, it's still running. In the beginning, especially with LEDs, obviously they consume a lot of power. So there are a lot of levers and ways to be more conscious and more sustainable. Do you think part of that is simply the early days of the legacy of digital signage software and hardware is that you were afraid to kind of power it down cause it would come back? Florian Rotberg: Exactly. Yeah, that's the main thing, at least that's what the technical integrators always say. Some, especially on some more recent screens, turn off the sensors, the light sensors and everything because the marketing department wanted the red as close as possible to their official red and obviously that doesn't work if you change the brightness of the screen but things are changing really fast. And what's most interesting now with the pandemic and about sustainability is that signage has become a CEO topic for the first time. In the past years, they never really cared about digital signage, but now they really have to report it to their shareholders: how they could improve operations, where they could reduce the carbon footprint and digital signage plays an important role. Interesting. The yearbook is primarily focused on Europe and the Middle East, right? Florian Rotberg: Yes. That's how we started. We started this in Germany and then we extended it and now it's more or less all over Europe and every year we add a few more countries. Last big thing was the Nordics, and currently we're working on France, Spain and UK, so next year, we will also have rankings for these countries, and yeah, especially in Europe most markets were quite national markets and now some bigger international players are really growing and Europe is seen as one market, and so it's important to have all of them and that includes the UK. Yeah, despite Brexit. Is what happens in Europe indicative of what is happening globally or is it its own thing? Florian Rotberg: The whole green stuff is probably the most advanced in Europe. Yeah, you don't hear about it in North America. Honestly, I've never heard anybody bring it up. Florian Rotberg: Yeah, but over here, especially in the Nordics, it's very important, and just for example, electricity is 10 times more expensive in Germany compared to Korea, for example. Even the designers and the engineers who create new solutions, they're not aware of how important power consumption is and life is changing, and I think this whole climate debate we are currently having, I think it will become more important, not only in Europe, but also in the US. I know that Europe and the Middle East primarily, I've heard other people talk about the real action these days being in China and in India and I wonder how hard it must be, particularly with China, to try to wrap your arms around who the major players are, what activities are going on, any of those things?. Florian Rotberg: Yeah, China is a very difficult market. There's a lot of potential but it's very difficult as an analyst, really, to look at the market and it's so different. Interestingly enough, there are a few bigger digital signage integrators based in Europe and North America who also have offices in China and they're pretty much doing this stuff for all the big luxury brands and so. So there's some European and then North American guys who really are trying to do stuff in Shanghai and the big cities, but the general market is just huge, and you probably talked to Chris Regal or so, because he's very successful in India and in China, but he's targeting more of the mid market and the European players, they're just looking at how to bring Italian and French brands to China. And those European brands and other brands, would they rather bring familiar companies into the country to do that for them, as opposed to hiring local firms? Florian Rotberg: At the end of the day, that's the case, but that's also with North America, that's the success of the media to be honest. Media's strength in Europe is that they represent America, the American customers here. So what is happening in terms of the yearbook? Obviously we're hopefully coming out of a rather rough couple of years. I noticed in the report that the countries in Europe, at least that had a particularly rough time were France and the UK versus some of the other countries that were down, but not to the same level. Why did that happen? Florian Rotberg: Because of the lockdown. We had different levels and different lengths of lockdown, and just looking at Australia, they had a three months lockdown. Now that obviously has a huge impact because the stores were closed, and even if it's a brand that's willing to spend money and to upgrade the stores, they couldn't because technicians weren't allowed to enter the stores. I know, in past discussions around this, that Europe's an interesting market in that dominant players in many respects are dominant by country, as opposed to across the continent? Florian Rotberg: That has been the case, absolutely. But this is currently changing. So we have, we call them the Top 3, they are the three largest pure play digital signage integrators, and they've all been acquired more or less by private equity and now they're buying competitors in the big markets. All three of them really try to grow into a pan-European or international player. But in relative terms to the North American guys, AVI, SPL, Diversified and Stratacache, they're tiny, right? Florian Rotberg: They are tiny. They hope to change that but they are very small. But to be honest if you look at AVI, SPL or even Diversified, they're not pure digital signage, they do a lot of Pro AV, IT stuff, so you should compare apples with apples, but still X times larger than the biggest in Europe. AVI, SPL just announced, I think, it's called the Experience Technology Group. So they seem to be recognizing that they need to get more serious about signage and venue based displays. Florian Rotberg: Oh, yeah, and I love what they do. They're really smart in creating this platform to manage different AV solutions and everything. So I think that it's a smart approach, and also now looking out to create more immersive experiences because if you have expertise there, you can really export it throughout the world. So that works quite well. But in Europe, we still have the problem of 25 different languages and really creating concepts, which you need to understand the culture and yes, there's a big difference between Sweden and Spain or Italy and Ireland also. So really to understand that, and that was a reason why there were large local players and still, if you look how these big three or at least three for European sizes and how they're growing, they all built up little local creative teams and sales teams in each countries because you need to have this local expertise, you need to speak the language of the client, and you need to understand what they really want to achieve. You've done a ranking of the Top 10 Global CMS software platforms, and I'm making some assumptions that there are some CMS platforms in China that you and I probably have never even heard of and that they are probably huge as well. But were you surprised by who showed up on this list? Florian Rotberg: Some surprises, yes. I mean there's a small asterisk next to it. So it's just the best of our knowledge, obviously. I'm sure there are many but one big problem is always Samsung. They never report anything, and it's really difficult. So the largest one is Stratacache. It's a little bit more than 3 million active licenses, and one of the surprises was that the top three players were Navori. I'm not sure if many of your listeners have heard about Navori. They're based in Switzerland. They're pretty big in North America actually. Florian Rotberg: Yeah, not so much in Europe, funnily enough, even though they came out of Europe and yes, they have more than 1 million active subscribers. So that's quite cool, and then you see some more vertical ones who are growing through acquisitions a lot and socialists like BroadSign, it's great to see. We have followed BroadSign for more than 15 years now, and it's great to see how they have become the standard in the digital out-of-home industry. It's quite impressive. Yeah, they've risen to a level where they pretty much own that vertical and I always try to coach software companies that you really don't want to be a generalist. You want to have a focus on something and they probably more than anybody have done that in digital out-of-home. Florian Rotberg: Yeah, but the same with Four Winds etc., they all are specialists, or at least they are focusing more and more on certain verticals. Yeah, Four Winds barely calls itself a digital signage company now. They're talking about the workplace and the same with Ops Space. Florian Rotberg: Yeah, exactly. Yeah. I think there was just an announcement in that space today. So what are you seeing in terms of trends in the industry? As you mentioned, the shift to, or the interest in green signage is one thing. What else are you seeing happening out there? Florian Rotberg: The biggest challenge currently across the world is to manage the supply chain shortage. Unfortunately, that won't go away in 2022. If you read the Financial Times, if you talk to all the people, you just read it every day and most people expect that to last at least until the end of next year. And that's pretty bad news because the order books are as full as they were before. There's a lot of demand for signage at the end of the pandemic, and unfortunately 2022 will still be a difficult year. Secondly, we have a shortage of talents and whoever you talk to, I'm sure you also get calls about companies saying, we're desperately looking for a new manager and I get them every day and that's a huge issue and then shortage in diversity, shortages of women, of everything. It's still a very male dominated thing, and today InfoComm opened and I'm sure the majority of them are men, as always, and so we see these three shortages: supply chain, talent and diversity. When I get asked to organize panels particularly with an organization like the AVIXA, which has diversity initiatives and everything else, they really encourage me to make sure that I'm finding women and people of color and so on, and I'm completely supportive of that, but it's hard. Florian Rotberg: It is hard, yeah. It's not easy. I fully understand, but alsowhen you look more in the new work, in the hybrid world, it's all about hybrid and that's very challenging for everyone. It's easy to have everyone at home. It's easy to have everyone on location, but managing these hybrid workspaces is very difficult. How can you create meetings where everything feels included and often you communicate with eyes and with every single one that's very difficult to do when alf of the people are somewhere at home or so. So you need lots of creativity and innovative solutions to manage that. So that's also something which will definitely remain. And we're seeing gimmicks coming up there, like this idea of the metaverse and using quasi holograms, so that it feels like you're sitting across from a real person when it's not obviously, do you see any potential for that stuff? Florian Rotberg: To be honest, it's a one way road because it's nice for the guys who are in the office, but for the guys who are sitting at home in front of this small screen, it doesn't help them at all, and you need to have both sides and you need to empower both sides, and so I think at the end of the day, it's difficult to solve and we haven't seen any solution. I think the cool part is teleportation stuff, and last week in Dubai, there was also an IT show. It was just the biggest and it was unbelievable how full it was like before the pandemic, and they had these cool mirrors and everything. So it looked like somebody was in the room, when obviously he wasn't. And so it's great to see, but it doesn't help people at home, and so that still remains a challenge. And I wanted to go to that show. I've seen some videos of some booths from some companies, and it looked insane. Florian Rotberg: It was, and a lot of booth people were waiting an hour more. Can you imagine that? Just to enter the booth because it was so full, it was unbelievable. We all had to wear a mask, no question about it, but we waited more than an hour just to get in. So yeah, it was amazing, and we produced lots of videos and we will publish that in the next couple of days. It's really cool stuff, especially in regards to retail technology, all the cool stuff, all the fancy things were robots and solar, but also AI and how it really works, and then some simpler solutions in all of these checkout carts and everything, and also these devices which measure you so you don't have to find the right size without using camera technology, because obviously that's something which most people don't like. And it's interesting to see what kind of solutions there are. Much of the stuff, it's really something where you're thinking, oh, it'd be great. If they would roll that out in the future, the majority of them are still in the prototype phase, but hopefully we will see lots of this coming up. Your report coined a term, “Deep Signage” which I had not seen before, but I understand it and this idea of integrating back office systems with other business systems within a company. It sounds like that, particularly in Dubai, is really coming into play. Florian Rotberg: Yeah, we try to form this term, deep signage, because for us, it's important that you connect as much as possible, as long as digital is just a layout on something existing. It won't really offer the experiences everyone needs and the benefits. So you have to connect it to the back office, and especially when we talk about moving away from just digital signage CMS, all the way to a digital experience platform, then you need to mix everything and then really connect. So deep signage is something we believe is one step towards digital experience. Yeah, and how do you define digital experience platforms? Florian Rotberg: Oh, that's difficult. Yeah, when you download our book, we have a little picture there, and it's four stages. We start with a digital poster, which is the most simple one. Then we have digital signage, then we have a digital signage experience platform, and then the ultimate is digital experience platform, because there's a totally different approach to it, and when we talk about DXP, it's not digital signage or mobile or online, which is in focus, but it's really the data, it's the experience which is in focus regardless on which channel you play it out, and it's really orchestration of all of the different channels and different stories and media platforms, and that's what digital experience platform is about. But then many customers ask us who does it and who's good at it, and it's very difficult. There are only very few companies and most of them are totally vertically organized players like Zara,, I'm sure you know them, because they do everything, they own the factory, they own the warehouse, they own the shops, and they own the data and for them, it doesn't matter if you go into a store, try something out and decide to buy it online, because they own the whole value chain and this is one of the few companies who really are able to deliver a DXP and make the most of it, but more will come definitely. If you're a smaller company, is it something you can even contemplate at a different kind of scale? Florian Rotberg: No, it's not worth it. I think you need to be very large, to be honest, and to really put up a DXP project, you probably need a few million just for setting it up. You mentioned private equity companies and some of the integrators in Europe, or are you seeing a lot of private equity activity? Florian Rotberg: Yes, it's unbelievable. So much money in the market. That's the reason that conservation is speeding up so fast, it's unbelievable. Why do you think that is right now? Is it distressed companies? Florian Rotberg: No. We were surprised not at all, but maybe that's also a European thing because the governments took care of that and so most of them kept their employees, which is a good thing now, because they didn't have to retrain new people so it's not about that. It's more about that the crisis wasn't really an economic crisis. It was more of a human crisis, and so most companies still have a lot of money, except if you are a Chinese real estate company, then maybe you don't. But in general, they have a lot of money. The private equity companies, they're looking for new ways of spending it, and they all buy into the digitization of stationary retail. They fully understand that times have changed and you can only survive if you're fully digital, and so that's probably why they like it. And then there are also some of the trends like we have the first valuation of more than a hundred million in Europe for an integrator, and this is one of the thresholds where, you know, private equity likes to come into the market. Zeta Display, they were almost at a hundred million valuation and it's not much compared to the top three in the US but for Europe, that's quite big, and that that made it really interesting for many others. You also, in the report, talk about changing roles of the different companies in the ecosystem and how there are dinosaurs, disruptors and discovers. What do you mean by that? Florian Rotberg: Ah, that's quite interesting, especially when you look at software companies, some of them are reinventing themselves, and in the past,, there was the value chain and there were clearly defined roles. There was an integrator, the integrator usually owns the lead with the customer and he chose certain software and certain hardware and that was it basically, and then you did some stuff in the back and, but I think Chris Regal was the first one, when he quit Scala, he said “oh, I'm sick of just having 3-5% of the project, I want to have more”, and so he decided to build around software this whole end to end solution. And then other companies, software companies from Sweden and other parts of Europe, they're really also trying to change the way the value chain works. So they really want to be ISV+. So they want to do everything except hardware . Obviously the investors love that because that's every single sale which would have recurring revenue and nobody wants to touch hardware, and Chris Regal always tells us that you need to also to understand how to learn, to manage it. Otherwise the service you mentioned will be really expensive. So it's interesting to see if this ISV+ model will work out for them. So that sounds like the dinosaurs are those who refused to adjust and adapt, and the disruptors are those that are doing things differently? Florian Rotberg: Yup. We have some smaller, more aggressive players coming into the market and also players like Spector, many people hadn't heard about them and now they have become really relevant And there are also companies that, in some cases, are very large companies that can come into the market from outside, like consulting companies like Deloitte and so on and disrupt things as well, right? Florian Rotberg: Absolutely. On a different level, but yes, Accenture, Deloitte, all of these guys and they are really close to the big enterprise. So usually they do at least double digits, sometimes triple digit contracts with blue chip companies every year and they're trusted names. So it's an easy one for BMW, Adidas, Nike, or whatever to hire one of them and to ask them to create a new digital concept. Unfortunately, most of them don't know how digital signage works. Yeah. So they always invent this great stuff. It looks fantastic on PowerPoint and everything, but then at the end of the day, they need to subcontract it to the signage contractor to solve the whole thing and make it work, and we have also seen the big four have failed as a digital signage company, and so it's interesting, but eventually they will buy some digital signage companies I think. Or hire smart people, you know? Over here in North America, I think about Gensler and Publicis Sapient, and they have some super smart people working for them now who really get this space and get the technology and everything else. So they're getting there, but it's a very small percentage of people within very large companies.. Florian Rotberg: You mentioned Gensler, it's fascinating, and I'm sure we talked to the same people there and it's really fascinating how with new projects now, they make more money with digital stuff rather than the traditional architectural stuff. So that's fascinating. Not revenue wise, but from the bottom line, and that's interesting to see because if you do digital consulting, obviously your margin is higher than with your standard architectural work. So it's fascinating to see how architectural companies like this are really getting into the digital space and if you don't see it as just a layer really integrated, you need to plan it from day one. Last question: Is there a piece of technology or an emerging technology that gets you particularly excited? Florian Rotberg: We are both not the youngest anymore. We have seen many technologies come and go, and I know one thing that never works is 3D. So we were a little bit surprised to see how 3D in this false perspective on this LED wall worked, but I still think it's a hype, to be honest. Analytics, sensors, and IOT will make a difference, no question about it. But it's not one technology, it's more, I think a mindset of connecting everything and measuring everything and adapting to the audience in the milliseconds. I think that's something we're changing. It's probably a whole range of different technologies. Yeah, I'm of the same mindset. I tell people that the stuff that excites me would probably bore the pants off of them, and just in terms of its the operational stuff is being able to affect messaging based on what the data is telling you, and it may be really boring saying, go this way instead of that way, because that's too busy over there or whatever, but that's fabulous stuff and it makes a difference or whatever venue it is works. Florian Rotberg: Exactly. It's more the stuff under the hood, which really gets me excited and that's also where you can really improve processes where you can really add value, and so that's what we are mostly working on, and obviously customers want to pay for the glittery stuff on top of the rest. But no, but that's where we see the biggest changes happening in the future. So if people want to read the 2021 year book, how do they get it? Florian Rotberg: It's free to download at invidis.com and I think you also published an article, so you can also find it on your website a link to that, but it's free to download, it's 200 pages and not only this year's edition, but if you also want to read some auditions, please come to our website a and download it there. And you're able to produce it for free because you get advertising sponsors to support it, right? Florian Rotberg: Yes, but it's still more work than we get from advertisements, I can tell you that It was a pleasure catching up with you as always. Florian Rotberg: Thanks for having me.
Show #1271 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Monday 8th November. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. Welcome to three new Patreon Producers! First up it's ANDREW WHELAN. And also welcome BRIAN D ANDERSON. Plus a new Executive Producer BILL CALHOUN. Thank you so much. NEW LOTUS TYPE 132 SUV PREVIEWED IN OFFICIAL IMAGE - Lotus has given a first look at its maiden SUV, which is codenamed the Type 132 and due to be revealed in full next year. - As first reported by Autocar, the Type 132 has been in development since 2016 and is set to launch with two four-wheel-drive variants, offering between 600bhp and 750bhp. It will be able to accommodate batteries ranging from 92-120kWh in capacity and will offer 800V charging. - The Norfolk firm has released the first in a series of official videos that will build up to the launch of the new Aston Martin DBX rival, which will be a key element of its bold growth strategy under the ownership of Chinese car giant Geely. - The Type 132 will be built at a new £900 million manufacturing facility in Wuhan, China, and will be one of two Chinese-built EVs the firm will launch in the next five years. Original Source : https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/new-lotus-type-132-suv-previewed-official-image SAMSUNG SDI AND SK ON TO COMPETE WITH CHINESE MAKERS WITH PRISMATIC BATTERIES - Korea's three major battery makers, which have announced massive investment plans for the United States, are shifting their focus to Europe. They are looking to secure an edge with next-generation batteries in a price war with Chinese battery companies. - The key is competition with Chinese battery companies. China's CATL, the world's largest battery company, is building a battery plant in Germany for commercial operation from 2022. CATL produces prismatic batteries and is expected to focus on expanding orders from Volkswagen. In March, Volkswagen announced that it would increase the proportion of prismatic batteries to 80 percent by 2030. - Samsung SDI and CATL will compete fiercely in the prismatic battery sector. Samsung SDI is betting on Gen. 5, a next-generation prismatic battery to be used for BMW electric vehicles. - Major European automakers such as Daimler, BMW and Volkswagen are placing battery orders worth tens of trillion won to secure batteries for their vehicles to be launched after 2024. Original Source : http://www.businesskorea.co.kr/news/articleView.html BMW I7 REPORTEDLY GETTING THREE ELECTRIC MOTORS SHARED WITH I5 M - It was back in March last year when BMW originally announced there would be a fully electric version of the next-generation 7 Series. - CEO Oliver Zipse revealed during the Annual Accounts Press Conference 2020 the variant without a combustion engine would be the most potent. - Likely to be called i7, the 7 Series sans gasoline/diesel engine is said to have three electric motors in its highest specification. According to Auto Motor und Sport, two of them will be mounted at the back and the third one will be positioned on the front axle. The report mentions the e-motor driving the front wheels will have less power. - the same three-motor setup could be installed in a full-fat M version of the next 5 Series in EV form (i5) with a yet-to-be-confirmed total output of 750 horsepower. - It won't ride on a dedicated electric car platform as it will share its underpinnings and most of the design as well as shape with the combustion-engined models. For a bespoke EV from Bavaria, 2025 will be the year when the Neue Klasse architecture will debut. Original Source : https://www.bmwblog.com/2021/11/08/bmw-i7-electric-sedan-three-motors TESLA'S NEW 12V LI-ION AUXILIARY BATTERY HAS CATL CELLS INSIDE - With the refreshed Model S/Model X, Tesla switched from conventional lead-acid to an all-new lithium-ion 12 V auxiliary battery (Model 3/Model Y still uses a conventional one). Thanks to an outstanding, two-part presentation and teardown conducted by Ingineerix, we can take an in-depth look at this new solution, hinted at in early 2021 by Elon Musk and shown only briefly at the delivery event. - previously Tesla was using in the Model S/Model X a 12 V, 33 Ah lead-acid AGM battery. It stores about 0.4 kWh of energy, but weight is quite substantial: 27 lbs (12 kg). According to Ingineerix, such batteries last in Teslas about 2-4 years, which is pretty low and sometimes causes unexpected problems if the car stops working. - The new,lithium-ion battery is much smaller and much lighter (only about 4 lbs / 1.8 kg). That's because it's much higher energy density, but also has a lower energy content. We assume that with a more reliable and "smart" solution, there is no need for 0.4 kWh. The battery has only a 0.1 kWh of energy (99 Wh to be precise) and a capacity of 6.9 Ah, according to the description. - the new battery consists of a BMS circuit board made by CATL and four prismatic NMC lithium-ion battery cells (6.9 Ah each), connected in series. Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/546087/tesla-liion-12v-auxiliary-battery PEPSICO CEO SAYS HE EXPECTS DELIVERY OF FIRST TESLA SEMIS THIS QUARTER - PepsiCo CEO Ramon Laguarta said on Monday that the company is expecting its first delivery of Tesla Semi trucks in the fourth quarter. - Laguarta was speaking from the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP26. During an interview on “Squawk on the Street,” CNBC's Jim Cramer asked about PepsiCo's plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. - “Transportation is about 10% of our overall gas emissions so it's important and we're working on different solutions. We replace our fleet regularly, every ten years more or less...and we're already starting to buy electric trucks actually from Tesla. I mean I don't want to promote anybody but that's the brand we're using so far and we're getting our first deliveries this Q4.” - The comments come almost four years after PepsiCo first announced it would purchase 100 Tesla Semi trucks. It was the largest known pre-order of the vehicle at the time. - On the company's Q2 earnings call in July, Tesla said it was pushing the Semi program to 2022 due to supply chain challenges and the limited availability of battery cells. Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/08/pepsico-ceo-says-he-expects-delivery-of-first-tesla-semis-this-quarter.html HOW FORD NEARLY LOST RIVIAN TO GENERAL MOTORS - GM was interested in Rivian at the same time as Ford, and Scaringe had chatted with Mary Barra about a potential investment, and those talks advanced quickly. GM were ready to pull the trigger, and Rivian was ready to take the money. WSJ reports that Rivian's leaders were skeptical of GM - in April of 2019, Ford announced it would be investing $500 million in Rivian. Since then, Ford's investments have reached $1.2 billion. Original Source : https://jalopnik.com/how-ford-nearly-lost-rivian-to-general-motors-1848015138 UK EV SUPERCHARGING COMPANY GRIDSERVE TO EXPAND TO US, ASIA - A U.K. company is in discussions with fuel forecourt operators in Europe, Asia and the U.S. to install vehicle-charging facilities that use electricity generated from renewable sources. - Gridserve Holdings Ltd. is already building a network of fast-charging hubs in Britain and now is planning to expand further afield. The initial international projects will be announced within the next few months, said Toddington Harper, founder and chief executive officer. - The company's backers include Richard Branson's The Rise Fund and Hitachi Capital U.K. Plc. - “Everything we have achieved in the U.K. has required us to overcome massive complexities and challenges -- experience we've spent years developing,” Harper said. “It's now time to share those learnings with partners across the world and accelerate the shift to net zero transport.” Original Source : https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-11-08/u-k-electric-vehicle-supercharging-firm-to-expand-to-u-s-asia E-MOBILITY EVENT ELECTRIFY EXPO SET FOR FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY AT COTA - The Electrify Expo, North America's largest e-mobility event, will take place from Friday through Sunday at the Circuit of the Americas - Over a half-million square feet of display space will be filled with electric vehicle and e-mobility brands including BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Hyundai, Polestar, Kia, Volvo, Volkswagen, MINI, SUPER73, Rad Power Bikes and Segway. Visitors will be able to test drive electric products on demo courses throughout the weekend. - Admission starts at $20; free for ages 5 and younger. For tickets: electrifyexpo.com/attend. Original Source : https://eu.statesman.com/story/news/2021/11/08/e-mobility-event-electrify-expo-set-friday-through-sunday-cota/6339102001/ UK DEVELOPER HARMONY ENERGY'S IPO RAISES US$251 MILLION FOR TESLA MEGAPACK ROLLOUT Original Source : https://www.energy-storage.news/uk-developer-harmony-energys-ipo-raises-us251-million-for-tesla-megapack-rollout/ E-BIKES ARE ABSOLUTELY CRUSHING ELECTRIC CARS IN SALES Original Source : https://futurism.com/the-byte/ebikes-crushing-electric-cars TRANSPORT BY ELECTRIC SCOOTERS: ARE OUR CITIES READY FOR MICROMOBILITY? Original Source : https://www.archdaily.com/971488/transport-by-electric-scooters-are-our-cities-ready-for-micromobility QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Returns on Monday 22nd November after my short holiday. 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Sean: And one of the age-old questions that are often seen and often asked in Facebook groups now, especially for startup Facebook groups is, what's the difference between branding and marketing? Vince: Oh, okay. So not much. It's kind of like the age-old question. What's the difference between marketing and sales, in reality, they're all blurred. They are all kind of the same things. Essentially, if you think about branding in a traditional sense, branding is as two things. It is how your customers perceive it. So that is how they see you, what they think of you, their sentiment towards you, all those different things. And this is the weird thing that people have to get their heads around. As often, we do our best to control our brand. We do our best to design our brand, but the reality is it really is down to how people perceive you. You could, you could say I'm the most trustworthy brand in the world. I want to build. I want to be the new Volvo, you know, where everything's about customer safety and it's all about, you know, looking after their customers and they trust us intensely. But the reality is if you're Volkswagen and you're, you know, out there kind of skewing the tests and doing some Chiddy-dodgy kind of stuff out there, the customers are going to see you in a very different way from how you perceive yourself or want to be perceived. So branding really is about their visibility. The other side of branding is who you are, and this is where your kind of branding comes from. As one of the first exercises we ever do with entrepreneurs, when we're working on branding workers to go, what's important to you. And by that, I mean, like, what are the things that you are not negotiating on? What are your values? What do you stand for? What is your story? How did you get to where you are now? Where did you get to all of those aspects together from who you are as an entrepreneur or from who you are as a startup? And that is your core brand. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack
No dia 4 de outubro, praticamente todos os serviços do (ainda assim chamado) Facebook saíram do ar por horas. Sem WhatsApp, Facebook e Instagram, um outro serviço virou protagonista das comunicações instantâneas. Assim, do dia para a noite o Telegram ganhava mais de 70 milhões de usuários. Mas essa adesão massiva apenas acelerou uma tendência há um bom tempo observada no debate da internet - longe de ser "o novo WhatsApp", o Telegram vem crescendo continuamente em usuários ativos e relevância na rede. Apesar de muito parecido na essência, o Telegram oferece uma experiência de comunicação instantânea em muitos pontos diferente do que o seu concorrente verde traz. Dentre essas diferenças, grupos com número exponencialmente maior de membros e os canais públicos, que podem acumular seguidores infinitos. De um lado, a imprensa e os analistas estão preocupados com os efeitos que esse novo player, sem escritório no Brasil, podem trazer (principalmente com as feridas ainda abertas da eleição de 2018). De outro... os principais candidatos e agentes da política já migraram para a plataforma e pretendem organizar por lá uma militância digital. Por isso, no Braincast 431, Carlos Merigo, Beatriz Fiorotto e Luiz Hygino conversam com o braincasteiro, Especialista em Direito, Tecnologias e na regulamentação desse mercado, Paulo Rená, para entender o que é o Telegram, como prestar atenção a aplicativos de comunicação e se perguntar: o Telegram vai ser o WhatsApp de 2022? _____ VOLVO Cada carro é um universo. São diversos circuitos, motores e aparelhos, que precisam trabalhar perfeitamente e em conjunto, pra que um carro funcione conforme o esperado. É como uma orquestra high-tech. Principalmente num carro elétrico, como o novo XC40 Recharge da Volvo: sem tanque de gasolina, sem troca de óleo e com um motor pra lá de silencioso, a gente precisa de uma interface intuitiva, responsiva e completa pra nos contar tudo o que precisamos saber sobre o nosso carro. E ela chega agora para os proprietários Volvo com o novo aplicativo Range Assistant. Um painel virtual completo e simples, que te conta toda a saúde do seu carro em tempo real. E mais que isso, te possibilita regular o quanto te resta de bateria, organizar o gasto de energia do seu carro elétrico e controlar o alcance de condução. Isso te permite, por exemplo, segurar seu carro por um pouco mais de tempo na hora que precisa. Sabe a economia de energia do celular? Então, essa é a economia de energia do seu carro. Controlada diretamente pelo painel — e também pelo seu smartphone. E a Volvo ainda promete muitas atualizações para o Range Assistant no futuro. Siga volvocarbr nas redes sociais e não perca nenhuma novidade. _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ QUAL É A BOA Para saber mais informações sobre as indicações dos podcasters da mesa, acesse http://qualeaboa.b9.com.br. _____ O Braincast é uma produção B9 Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Produção: Bia Souza Apoio à pauta: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Mariana Leão, com a supervisão de Alexandre Potascheff e apoio de Angie Lopez Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicius Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zennaro
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ berichten die Finanzjournalisten Daniel Eckert und Nando Sommerfeldt über den Fast-Rekord beim Dax, einen Autovermieter, der über Nacht zur Meme-Aktie mutiert und fabelhafte Pfizer-Zahlen. Außerdem geht es um Biontech, Nissan, Amazon, Foxconn, Volkswagen, Daimler, BMW, Toyota, Volvo, Polestar, Ethereum und Bitcoin. "Alles auf Aktien" ist der tägliche Börsen-Shot aus der WELT-Wirtschaftsredaktion. Die Wirtschafts- und Finanzjournalisten Holger Zschäpitz, Anja Ettel, Philipp Vetter, Daniel Eckert und Nando Sommerfeld diskutieren im Wechsel über die wichtigsten News an den Märkten und das Finanzthema des Tages. Außerdem gibt es jeden Tag eine Inspiration, die das Leben leichter machen soll. In nur zehn Minuten geht es um alles, was man aktuell über Aktien, ETFs, Fonds und erfolgreiche Geldanlage wissen sollte. Für erfahrene Anleger und Neueinsteiger. Montag bis Freitag, ab 5 Uhr morgens. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Hörtipps: Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Außerdem neu bei WELT: Im werktäglichen Podcast „Kick-off Politik - Das bringt der Tag“ geben wir Ihnen im Gespräch mit WELT-Experten die wichtigsten Hintergrundinformationen zu einem politischen Top-Thema des Tages. Mehr auf welt.de/kickoff und überall, wo es Podcasts gibt. +++Werbung+++ Hier geht's zur App: Scalable Capital ist der Broker mit Flatrate. Unbegrenzt Aktien traden und alle ETFs kostenlos besparen – für nur 2,99 € im Monat, ohne weitere Kosten. Und jetzt ab aufs Parkett, die Scalable App downloaden und loslegen. Hier geht's zur App: https://bit.ly/3abrHQm
David Summers ha empezado la conversación con Mara Torres en las costas de Huelva y Cádiz, donde guarda los mejores recuerdos de su infancia. Recuerdos en los que aparece con asiduidad su padre, el director de cine y humorista Manuel Summers: "Después de cenar salía a la terraza de nuestra casa de La Antilla, que está frente al mar, y se ponía a cantar boleros. Él fue quien me enseñó a tocar la guitarra y la primera canción fue Perfidia". Manuel falleció de cáncer en el año 1993, una pérdida que marcó profundamente la vida de David. Y ha hecho una confesión muy íntima: "Mi padre trabajaba mucho el humor negro y siempre hacía chistes de muertos. En los entierros hacía el ganso y siempre le hizo mucha gracia toda la parafernalia de los coches y las coronas. El día que se murió vi a mi padre en un puto Volvo, un coche familiar de funeraria, y me dio una pena terrible. Los chistes de muertos dejaron de hacernos gracia". Fue precisamente en ese año cuando los Hombres G decidieron parar después de 20 años de actividad frenética: siete discos, dos películas y giras de más de 140 conciertos en un año. Volvieron a juntarse en el 2002 y siguen cosechando éxitos sin parar. Ahora acaban de publicar su decimotercer disco, 'La esquina del Rowland', y según nos ha dicho David Summers, seguirán subidos a los escenarios hasta que la salud lo permita: "Nunca pensé que iba a cantar 'Sufre mamón' con 50 años y ahora sé que con 60 la canto seguro".
My guest this week is Jen Deveraux. Jen is a #1 national best selling author and motivational speaker. She survived a horrific car accident. A fifty ton truck hit her at speeds of 60 mph. She struggled with infertility, adoption and divorce. She has now married the love of her life and together they are raising her tow children. Jen says, "I have endured, I have been broken, I have known hardship, I have lost myself. But here I stand, still moving forward, growing stronger each day. I will never forget the harsh lessons in my life. They have made me stronger. The only way out is through." I know we can all learn and be inspired by her story. Then I challenge each of you to go on Amazon and pick up a copy of her book. "Thrive in the Journey"
Scott answers a question about Volvo's subscription service and offers a prediction for where the auto industry is headed. He then explains how ‘buy now, pay later' services deceive customers into debt, and gives advice for how to approach leaving your company. Scott also discusses the factors to consider when investing in pre-seed companies, and how to make smart money decisions with your partner. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
7 BEST SEMI TRUCK Brands. OK so you probably know which semi-trucks are on the list of "7 best semi truck sales". Volvo, International, Mack, Western Star Kenworth Freight Liner and Peterbilt. But do you know what order the fall in? You might be surprised with great gear reviews list of best semi truck brands list. The list is made up of how it impacts the industry according to side and truck sales. So tune into this weeks podcast and hear the fun. Trucker Killed by Police In Pennsylvania up on Interstate 80 inside a east area, a trucker was shot and killed by police. PA State police were responding to a robbery call and had to surround a semi truck at a rest area. The truck driver allegedly charged the police, hitting their squad cars, which at that time police fired their weapons, hitting and killing the trucker. Carter Lumber hiring Class A and B Local driver across the country NCI Hiring Lease Purchase DriversJJ Keller the Truckers Secretary Trucking Advice An Interview with miss EugeniaTrucking Companies Not To Work ForTrucking news with ruthannTwo Trucking DUI StoriesTrucking's white elephant and stuff TalkCDL Interviews. If you wish to be on the show please write to Ruthann@talkcdl.com and tells us a little something about you. Please include your contact number and the best time to get a hold of you.
Themen dieser Sendung: (05:52) Schlechte Vorzeichen für die Impfoffensive des Bundes (10:22) Vorlage für die Revision der 2. Säule liegt auf dem Tisch (16:01) Volvo geht an die Börse (20:51) Das Leben einer Indigenen in Kanadas Residential Schools (26:05) Weg aus Honduras, fast um jeden Preis (32:14) Myanmar wird zum Drogenlabor (38:50) Der belgische König darf beschimpft werden
- Volvo Launches IPO- Peugeot Introduces Electric 208 In Brazil- SK Innovation Invests in Solid State Battery Startup- Hyundai Partners with Solid State Battery Startup- Tesla Triples Volkswagen's Profit Per Vehicle- Mercedes-AMG Unveils New SL Roadster- Honda Expands Battery Swapping Business- Toyota Reveals More bZ4X EV Details- You Said It!
- Volvo Launches IPO - Peugeot Introduces Electric 208 In Brazil - SK Innovation Invests in Solid State Battery Startup - Hyundai Partners with Solid State Battery Startup - Tesla Triples Volkswagen's Profit Per Vehicle - Mercedes-AMG Unveils New SL Roadster - Honda Expands Battery Swapping Business - Toyota Reveals More bZ4X EV Details - You Said It!
Radio Sweden brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on October 29th 2021. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Producer/Presenter: Frank Radosevich
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Quem nunca se pegou, do nada, lembrando de um jingle ou slogan musical de alguma marca famosa? Quem nunca reconheceu uma propaganda de uma marca, antes mesmo de ouvir seu nome, apenas pelos acordes musicais que você escuta desde a infância? Ou reconheceu qual era o próximo podcast da sua playlist, apenas ouvindo a trilha de abertura? O trabalho de "sound branding", a técnica de criar identidade de marcas e projetos através de sons e músicas, não é nada novo - mas ultimamente tem atraído a atenção e o investimento de cada vez mais marcas, que apostam no áudio como uma forma de promover identificação na era da infoxicação - com elementos disputando nossa atenção, ao mesmo tempo, em múltiplas plataformas. No Braincast 430, Carlos Merigo, Cris Dias, Luiz Hygino e Oga Mendonça conversam com Paulo Dytz, CEO da SoundThinkers sobre o mercado do Sound Branding, como (e se) funciona, o que traz de diferente para o mercado e como adotar essa técnica. _____ VOLVO Inspirar e transformar a maneira como pensamos e agimos coletivamente: essa é a missão do Festival Path, espaço para conversas sobre inovação e compartilhamento de ideias transformadoras para nossa sociedade. E a Volvo compartilha muito desses valores e por isso é uma das parceiras do Festival Path Amazônia 2021, que acontece nos dias 30 e 31 de outubro. Serão mais de 70 horas de conteúdo em uma plataforma interativa e gratuita com palestras, filmes, feiras, workshops, artigos, rodadas de negócio, relatórios de tendências e shows que apresentam a diversidade do Brasil em todas as áreas. Entre os convidados que falam a convite da marca, temos Nina Silva falando sobre o Movimento Black Money, Cassio Cortes conversando sobre o futuro dos carros elétricos, Daniel Dias debatendo sobre regenerar gerações com o esporte e muito mais. Inscreva-se no Path Amazônia e acompanhe com a Volvo esse debate sobre o presente que constrói o futuro. _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ QUAL É A BOA Para saber mais informações sobre as indicações dos podcasters da mesa, acesse http://qualeaboa.b9.com.br. _____ O Braincast é uma produção B9 Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Produção: Bia Souza Apoio à pauta: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Mariana Leão, com a supervisão de Alexandre Potascheff e apoio de Angie Lopez Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicius Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zennaro
Lyden af skud i en skov, en død mand foran en sølvgrå Volvo og et værtshusmiljø med mange hemmeligheder. Det er bare noget af det, du kommer til at høre om i denne udgave af Danske Drabssager. Du hører om falske alibier, aflytning, jalousi, hævn, penge - og hvordan færdselspolitiets gode arbejde gav efterforskningen et skub i den rigtige retning. Og hvordan der måtte tages alternative midler i brug, for at komme tættere på en opklaring Medvirkende: Tidligere drabschef ved Rejseholdet, Bent Isager-Nielsen, professor i retsmedicin, Hans Petter Hougen, kriminaltekniker, Bent Hytholm Jensen og tidligere anklager og nuværende forsvarer, Jakob Buch-Jepsen. Vært: Kriminalreporter Stine Bolther
The second generation of Volvo's popular XC60 has been running for a while now, which means its mid-cycle update was only a matter of time. Well, it's finally here and adds serious updates to the mid-sized Volvo crossover. Adding to the XC60's refinement, Volvo makes its 48-volt mild hybrid system available to certain models in the XC60 lineup. Volvo also ditches its traditional, belt-driven supercharger for an electrically powered unit, which should give Volvo's tuners more control over how the blower is working and help reduce parasitic draw. Powering this XC60, in B6 trim, is a 2.0-liter I4 that's turbocharged and equipped with the aforementioned electric supercharger. Helping the XC60 better sip fuel is also the 48-volt mild-hybrid system. On this episode of Quick Spin, Patrick Carone hops behind the wheel of the Volvo XC60 and brings you along for the ride. Carone walks you around the refreshed XC60 with Volvo's Gaurang Kalsaria. Kalsaria and Carone talk about the XC60s design and its position in the Volvo lineup. Afterward, Carone takes you along for a live test drive of the XC60. Between these segments, Carone talks with host Wesley Wren about the 2022 Volvo XC60. They discuss the XC60's new features, styling and performance. Before closing the show, they also discuss the Volvo XC60s price and what makes it special.
In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael presents episode 55 of owner stories with Devan from the Bay Area in U.S. Growing up in California Devan's father was into American cars. As a kid, Porsche was not on his radar. So how did it all begin? Devan's path to Porsche ownership started with a good friend and mentor – they would catch up, drink beers, and talk cars and Porsche. This friend, as Devan puts it, ‘moulded his perspective on the automotive front'. This is when Devan started goal setting and planning when to get his first Porsche. Devan's car journey included a Volvo 5 speed he learnt to drive stick on, a 66 Mustang at sixteen as well as Jaguars which he really enjoyed. Jaguar ownership made Devan look more at European cars. After that, a goal was set to buy his ‘dream car' and Devan started looking for his first Porsche. This turned out to be a 2001 911 Turbo Tiptronic. A transmission he thought he would get to love - but he didn't. Devan now had the taste for Porsche and knew this time he wanted a manual. His second Porsche was a 2007 997 Carrera 4S, a car he enjoyed more than the 996 Turbo. Wanting a rawer experience Devan's Porsche journey has come full circle. He now owns and is restoring a 1969 Porsche 911T long hood. A special car as it was owned by his late friend and mentor. Welcome back to the Porsche Cooled Podcast Follow Devan on Instagram @devanvincent Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. PorscheCooled Exclusive member Become a member of PorscheCooled and help support the Podcast. It will keep us talking! https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your podcasts.
A round-up of the main Swedish headlines on October 25th 2021. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Reporter: Dave Russell Producer: Kris Boswell
Sterling Anderson is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Aurora, the company delivering the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly Key topics in this conversation include: Aurora's decision to pursue several AD applications in parallel How Sterling is thinking about partnerships and commercialization How Aurora is working towards long term success rather than trying to display technology in specific, niche applications How Aurora tests “smarter, not farther” Similarities and differences for automating a class 8 truck and a passenger car application Links Show notes: http://brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobility/sterlinganderson Future of Mobility LIVE registration: https://www.linkedin.com/events/futureofmobilitylive-investingi6856659498245984256/ Sterling's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sterlinganderson/ For more on Aurora, including partnerships with FedEx, Uber, Toyota, Volvo, and PACCAR, as well as their Aurora Driver Development Program, Safety Case Framework, product announcements, Fusion hardware kit, blueprint for ride-hailing, and more, visit their blog. Sterling's Bio: Sterling Anderson is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Aurora, the company delivering the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. A longtime developer of autonomous vehicle technology, Sterling developed the MIT Intelligent Co-Pilot, a shared autonomy framework that paved the way for broad advances in cooperative control of human-machine systems. In 2014, he joined Tesla, where he led the design, development, and launch of the Tesla Model X and then led the team that delivered Tesla Autopilot. Sterling holds several patents and over a dozen publications in autonomous vehicle systems and earned his Masters and Ph.D. from MIT. About Aurora: Aurora, founded by the leading experts in self-driving, is delivering the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly with the Aurora Driver. The Aurora Driver is a platform that brings together software, hardware, and data services to safely operate any vehicle without a human driver. Backed by Amazon, Sequoia, and others, Aurora has partnerships with FedEx, Toyota, Volvo, Uber, PACCAR, and more. Aurora tests in the Bay Area, Pittsburgh, and Dallas, has offices in those cities and four other locations. Future of Mobility: The Future of Mobility podcast is focused on the development and implementation of safe, sustainable, and equitable mobility solutions, with a spotlight on the people and technology advancing these fields. linkedin.com/in/brandonbartneck/ brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobility/ Music credit: Slow Burn Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
Roberto Albanés estaba observando su velocímetro. Cuando ascendió a ciento veinte kilómetros por hora, decidió aminorar la velocidad de su Volvo, último modelo. En eso vio en el espejo retrovisor un vehículo que se acercaba a mucha más velocidad que la suya. Una mujer se había desmayado sobre el volante, y el niño que la acompañaba lloraba a gritos. El vehículo ya se iba contra la cerca de cemento de la autopista. Roberto, entonces, tomó una decisión heroica. Puso su Volvo entre ese auto y la cerca, y hundió fuertemente los frenos. Saltaron chispas, y ambos vehículos quedaron trabados, pero después de trescientos metros de frenada, los dos autos pararon. La mujer había sufrido un desmayo diabético y había perdido el control del carro. Pero el arrojo del valiente Albanés, y los frenos del auto, evitaron la tragedia. Se necesitan coraje y resolución para hacer lo que hizo ese joven. Vio que un vehículo grande iba a chocar a gran velocidad, e interpuso su auto. Los paragolpes se trabaron, pero frenó su auto poco a poco, y así logró que se frenara el otro también. A la mujer la atendieron de inmediato, de modo que ni ella ni el niño sacaron del accidente más que el susto. Es interesante esto de frenar uno para que frene otro. Esa acción ha salvado a muchos en la vida moral. Un hombre en Caracas, Venezuela, que acostumbraba a pasar todos los viernes un buen rato en la cantina con su amigo, decidió un día ponerle freno al asunto. De ahí en adelante, cada viernes bebieron una copa menos de las acostumbradas. Así, en sólo ocho semanas, los dos se libraron del vicio. Una muchacha, que con su prima no había encontrado más oficio que el de la prostitución en Los Ángeles, California, decidió frenar esa actividad e ingresar en una escuela. Ambas encontraron otro oficio y se casaron. El freno que puso una, ayudó a la otra también a frenar. Los ejemplos abundan, porque lo mismo ha ocurrido una infinidad de veces. La fuerza y el ejemplo de una persona ha sido todo lo que se ha requerido para cambiar por completo el rumbo equivocado de otra. Querámoslo o no, nuestra vida es un ejemplo. Todos, aunque no lo advirtamos, somos guías de alguien. Hay personas que tienen sus ojos puestos en nosotros, de modo que nuestra vida dirigirá a otro, ya sea por buen o por mal camino. Nuestros pasos se convertirán en la senda que otros seguirán. ¿A dónde los estamos llevando: a la vida o a la muerte? Aprendamos de Jesucristo cuál es el buen camino, y transitemos por él. El Señor nunca nos engañará. Hermano PabloUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net
- Tesla Posts Impressive Q3 - Tesla Holding Back New Models Until Full Capacity - Other Details from Tesla's Earnings Call - BMW and Volvo Invest in Green Steel - Kia Teaser is All-New Sportage - Chevy Corvette Z06 Teaser - Chevy Reveals Biggest/Most Powerful Crate Engine Ever - Improving ADAS with AI - More Cuts Due to the Chip Shortage - Ford Maverick Hybrid Beats Fuel Economy Estimate
- Tesla Posts Impressive Q3- Tesla Holding Back New Models Until Full Capacity- Other Details from Tesla's Earnings Call- BMW and Volvo Invest in Green Steel- Kia Teaser is All-New Sportage- Chevy Corvette Z06 Teaser- Chevy Reveals Biggest/Most Powerful Crate Engine Ever- Improving ADAS with AI- More Cuts Due to the Chip Shortage- Ford Maverick Hybrid Beats Fuel Economy Estimate
Welcome to the Out of Spec Podcast where you'll find reactions to the latest car stories from our team of auto journalists and presenters! This week, Kyle is back!! And Jordan and Mike ask Kyle about the epic Europe adventure. We also look at Vietnam's VinFast EV, the Volvo C40, and we get into a discussion on the best luxury EV sedan. Plus much, much more! - SHOW NOTES - Get Paid to Watch Top Gear - https://www.motor1.com/news/541507/get-paid-watch-top-gear/ VinFast coming to US - https://www.motor1.com/news/540802/vinfast-sell-cars-america-2022/ Tesla Model X Refresh Deliveries - https://insideevs.com/news/541150/refreshed-tesla-modelx-customer-deliveries/ Tesla Cybertruck Details Revoked - https://insideevs.com/news/540929/tesla-cybertruck-specs-price-removed/ Volvo C40 - https://insideevs.com/features/540829/volvo-c40-walkaround-presentation-video/ Mazda MX-30 Lease - https://www.motor1.com/news/541062/2022-mazda-mx30-cheap-leasing/ Find us on all of the places! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvzAhsatPsUkRsxJfY6zB3A Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/out-of-spec-podcast/id1576636119 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0tKIQfKL9oaHc1DLOTWvbd Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/473692b9-05b9-41f9-9b38-9f86fbdabee7/OUT-OF-SPEC-PODCAST
The White House is offering a corporate minimum tax, while maintaining maximum rates; Senator asks Facebook's Zuckerberg to testify in safety probe; Volvo, Unilever beat Q3 earnings expectations; Tesla reaches earnings milestone - October 21, 2021
Houve um tempo em que, para conseguir um emprego, o recomendado era se reunir com um recrutador, com currículo em mãos, e tentar convencê-lo de que você tinha as habilidades necessárias à vaga que eles ofereciam. Seriedade, sobriedade e compromisso, eram as características que marcavam esses encontros. Mas, cá pra nós... Quando foi a última vez que você passou por uma entrevista assim? No Braincast 429, Carlos Merigo, Ana Freitas, Beatriz Fiorotto, Luiz Hygino, Oga Mendonça e Marko Mello relembram, discutem e analisam as mais diferentes dinâmicas de grupo que estão transformando o mercado de recrutamentos em uma verdadeira gincana na busca de revelar não apenas habilidades técnicas, mas também skills psicológicas, características de personalidade e formas de trabalho em grupo. E do ponto de vista dos recrutadores, Juliene Salvan, head de RH do Grupo Bandeirantes, nos explica por que essas novas formas de recrutar ganham cada vez mais importância no mercado. Afinal, existem formas de hackear as dinâmicas de grupo - e entregar exatamente o que os recrutadores querem? _____ VOLVO O relatório "a ascensão do design consciente", em tradução livre, foi desenvolvido pela Volvo Cars em parceria com o The Future Laboratory. O relatório se baseia em dados e no pensamento de grandes líderes ao redor do mundo. E ajudou a Volvo a traçar o caminho para a eletrificação sustentável de todos os seus carros até 2030. As conclusões deste relatório refletem a visão da Volvo sobre o futuro dos materiais. Lembra do que eu disse aqui na semana passada? A empresa anunciou que não vai mais usar couro de origem animal nos novos carros da marca. Com a informação adequada e a disposição para fazer diferente, todo mundo pode contribuir para salvar o planeta. Se quiser saber mais sobre o relatório é só acessar o site da Volvo Cars, ou clicar aqui na descrição do episódio. _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ QUAL É A BOA Para saber mais informações sobre as indicações dos podcasters da mesa, acesse http://qualeaboa.b9.com.br. _____ FICHA TÉCNICA Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Produção: Bia Souza Apoio à pauta: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Mariana Leão, com a supervisão de Alexandre Potascheff e apoio de Angie Lopez Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicius Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zennaro
This week in the garage, Sam takes a road trip in the Audi Q5 plug-in hybrid, Nicole drives the Ford Explorer XLT and Roberto samples Volvo’s first electric-only model the C40. The embargo has finally lifted on the drive impressions of the BMW i4 M50 and Robbie shares his thoughts on this new German electric… Read More »It Grows On You
Uma série de ilustrações publicadas no Instagram da revista The New Yorker indicou que a forma que você deixa sua mesa de trabalho, diz mais sobre nós e nossos hábitos do que a gente imagina. Claro, o post era inocente, mas como toda brincadeira tem um fundo de verdade... No Braincast 428, Carlos Merigo, Ana Freitas, Luiz Hygino e Marko Mello mergulham em teorias científicas, crenças populares e perfis de loucos por organização nas redes sociais, para tentar entender como a forma que você se organiza para o trabalho afeta sua produtividade, criatividade, entrega - e até o nosso humor. _____ VOLVO O relatório "a ascensão do design consciente", em tradução livre, foi desenvolvido pela Volvo Cars em parceria com o The Future Laboratory. O relatório se baseia em dados e no pensamento de grandes líderes ao redor do mundo. E ajudou a Volvo a traçar o caminho para a eletrificação sustentável de todos os seus carros até 2030. As conclusões deste relatório refletem a visão da Volvo sobre o futuro dos materiais. Lembra do que eu disse aqui na semana passada? A empresa anunciou que não vai mais usar couro de origem animal nos novos carros da marca. Com a informação adequada e a disposição para fazer diferente, todo mundo pode contribuir para salvar o planeta. Se quiser saber mais sobre o relatório é só acessar o site da Volvo Cars, ou clicar aqui na descrição do episódio. _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ QUAL É A BOA Para saber mais informações sobre as indicações dos podcasters da mesa, acesse http://qualeaboa.b9.com.br. _____ FICHA TÉCNICA Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Produção: Bia Souza Apoio à pauta: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Mariana Leão, com a supervisão de Alexandre Potascheff e apoio de Angie Lopez Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicius Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zennaro
For our fifth episode of Season 3, we chat with Maria Solis Belizaire. Maria is the founder of two nationally known run clubs; Latinos Run and Latinas Run. Launched in New York City, Latinos Run is an international organization that promotes running as way to improve physical and mental health in the Latino community and has a global audience serving over 25,000 runners. Latinas Run was created as a safe space for Latinas to connect and inspire each other through running or other fitness related activities. This free group is a platform to empower one another and have healthy dialogues and is open to women of all colors and backgrounds. We chat with Maria about how an unbought URL inspired a club that now serves tens of thousands of people, how representation is a catalyst for movement, and why she believes the TCS New York City Marathon is the best marathon in the world. Follow Maria. Follow Latinos Run. Follow Latinas Run. Thanks to Volvo Cars for supporting this episode of the podcast. Register today for the Virtual TCS New York City Marathon and Run for Volvo Cars Sweepstakes. Whether you participate in-person or virtually, you can enter for the chance to win your dream Volvo. Learn more at www.runforvolvocars.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/habitualroutine/message
Show #1237 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Thursday 7th October. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. G.M. HOPES ELECTRIC CARS AND NEW BUSINESSES WILL HELP DOUBLE ITS REVENUE "General Motors Co (GM.N) Chief Executive Mary Barra told investors on Wednesday that the automaker plans to double revenue by 2030, expanding profits from combustion vehicles even as it rolls out new electric vehicles and new digitally powered services to catch up with Tesla Inc (TSLA.O)." reported Reuters yesterday: "GM said if it succeeds, annual revenue by 2030 would be about $280 billion, and the automaker would be the leader in U.S. electric vehicle sales. Chief Financial Officer Paul Jacobson said GM expects pre-tax profit margins of 12 to 14%, which could beat current levels. That would imply annual pre-tax profits of as much as $39 billion. Jacobson said GM can fund $9 billion to $10 billion in annual capital spending for electric vehicles and other initiatives while returning money to shareholders." https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/gm-aims-double-revenues-by-2030-it-drives-pass-tesla-2021-10-06/ "General Motors has been spending billions of dollars in the last few years to electrify its cars and trucks, as it tries to catch up to Tesla. Now the company, which has said it aims to stop selling gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035, is beginning to reveal how big it expects this bet will pay off." reports New York Times: "The automaker said on Wednesday that it aims to roughly double its annual revenue by 2030, to about $280 billion. It is counting on new electric trucks and cars for much of the growth while adding new revenue streams from software and services. While it expects modest growth in sales of gasoline-powered vehicles, electric cars are “a tremendous growth opportunity,” [Mary Barra, GM Chief Exec] said. G.M. also hopes to develop ride-hailing services that use autonomous cars, create insurance products and expand its defense contracting work. Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/06/business/gm-revenue-goals.html# "General Motors laid out its forthcoming EV portfolio at its investor event Wednesday, with the full-size electric pickup Chevrolet Silverado as the centerpiece, as the company seeks to gain market share in the increasingly crowded electric truck market." was the take from TechCrunch: "While GM had previously announced the electric Silverado, the company confirmed some additional details, like that it would feature a fixed-glass roof for certain models and that the vehicle would debut at the trade show CES in January 2022. It's joining Ford's F-150 Lightning and Rivian's R1T in the burgeoning electric truck segment — a segment that until now has been conspicuously empty, despite the truck being one of the best-selling vehicle types in America. GM also announced crossovers from its brands Chevy and Buick, in addition to its upcoming GMC Hummer pickup and Cadillac Lyriq crossover. CEO Mary Barra emphasized that the company will offer affordable EVs — “really affordable EVs for people” — as well as other features to lure some would-be Tesla customers." Read more: https://techcrunch.com/2021/10/06/gm-takes-aim-at-teslas-market-share-with-growing-portfolio-of-evs/ GM REVEALS ULTRA CRUISE "General Motors revealed the ace up its sleeve when it comes to driver-assist technologies on Wednesday: Ultra Cruise. The automaker announced the new system as a more capable sibling of today's Super Cruise system. While Super Cruise is rated for hands-free driving on mapped, divided highways in the US and Canada, Ultra Cruise takes it further. In addition to highways, GM said it will handle hands-free driving in 95% of all scenarios. We're talking city streets, subdivision streets and even paved rural roads." writes CNET.com: "Ultra Cruise will cover 2 million miles of roads in the US and Canada, but the automaker has quick plans to add another 1.4 million miles' worth of roads. And when this happens, GM plans for a big strategy shift in which vehicles offer either Super Cruise or Ultra Cruise. Cadillac will be the exclusive brand to provide the Ultra Cruise driving experience, while Super Cruise trickles down to more mainstream offerings from GMC, Buick and Chevrolet. With a combination of cameras, radars and lidar onboard to create the Ultra Cruise system, the technology will support everything from parking in your driveway to object avoidance (that's good), on-demand lane changes and left- and right-hand turns." https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/gm-ultra-cruise-tesla-full-self-driving-beta-rival/ Today, General Motors announced the Wallace Battery Cell Innovation Center, an all-new facility that will significantly expand the company's battery technology operations and accelerate development and commercialization of longer range, more affordable electric vehicle batteries. The Wallace Center will be located on the campus of GM's Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan. The battery engineering team based at the Wallace Center will experiment with many types of future battery chemistry in addition to lithium-metal, including pure silicon and solid-state, along with different cell form factors. The Wallace Center is expected to build batteries ranging in energy density from 600 to 1200 watt-hours per liter, along with crucial battery cell ingredients like cell active materials. The Wallace Center will be capable of building large-format, prototype lithium-metal battery cells for vehicle usage beyond the small-scale lithium-metal cells typically used in handheld devices or research applications. These cells could be as large as 1,000 mm, nearly twice the size of the initial Ultium pouch cells and will be based on GM's proprietary formula. GMC HUMMER EV IS BUILT TO WOW "The giant, 200.0-kWh battery is a stressed member of the chassis, which is a sort of hybrid between body-on-frame and unibody; there is a frame and a body, but they aren't isolated in the usual body-on-frame manner. Half-shafts are massive ball-spline units, necessary when an independent suspension with more than nine inches of travel is paired with three motors with the combined twist of 1200 pound-feet of torque. With two motors acting on the rear axle, no differential is necessary, but programming can virtually lock the axle so the motors turn each side at the same speed. Up front there is a locking diff for the third motor." writes Car And Driver: "Our on-road drive was limited, but we found a truck that went down the road with the purpose and confidence born of its mass and power. Not many corrections are required to keep it in a highway lane, and not a lot of feedback comes through the steering wheel when you have to turn. But we weren't expecting much in terms of communication from the 305/70R-18 mud-terrain Goodyears. The ride, however, is downright sublime. Adaptive dampers and air springs bridle the mass with authoritative control." Delivery this year. 350 miles for $112,000. Read more: https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/a37844849/2022-gmc-hummer-ev-prototype-drive/ VOLVO'S NOW ONE QUARTER ELECTRIC SALES "The plug-in Recharge subbrand share out of the total Volvo sales volume was 26.9% (a new high this year), which is over 12,750 (mostly in Europe). That includes about 1,700 sold in the U.S." reports InsideEVs: "About every fourth Volvo sold year-to-date was a plug-in (over 132,000 YTD). The lineup consists of several plug-in hybrids and one all-electric model - Volvo XC40 Recharge, which soon will be joined by the Volvo C40 Recharge. By 2025, Volvo intends to increase the share of BEVs in its global sales volume to 50%, and 100% by 2030." Read more: https://insideevs.com/news/538414/volvo-recharge-sales-september2021/ UK CAR MARKET DIVES - EV'S THRIVE "The UK auto market saw plugin electric vehicles take 21.65% share in September, up over 2x year-on-year. Full battery electrics outperformed, alone taking 15.2% share and a record 32,721 unit volume. Old-school diesel sales fell off a cliff, dropping to under 5% market share in an overall auto market down ~45% in volume from seasonal norms at just over 215,000 units. With an end of quarter push, the Tesla Model 3 was the UK's overall best seller in September." reports Cleantechnica: "Old school combustion powertrains (those without any regen/electric-assist) fell below 50% of the market (48.75%) for the first time since the steam age. Unassisted diesels fell to their lowest point in the modern era, at just 4.95% share, from 14.33% year-on-year, with volume at a pitiful 10,658 units. Tesla Model 3, boosted by Tesla's usual end-of-quarter peak, was the UK's overall best selling vehicle in September, with 6879 registrations." https://cleantechnica.com/2021/10/05/uk-plugin-ev-share-above-20-in-september-tesla-model-3-overall-bestseller/ NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Returned on Sunday 10th October! 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