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Newsletters

On this page you can sign up for our two different newsletters, please see below. We also want to share some useful Mobility Industry Network-info on this page.

Drive Sweden Newsletter

Our general newsletter includes information about the program; for example on-going projects, open calls and invitations to upcoming events. 

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Smart Mobility

This newsletter is distributed every week and aims to keep its readers abreast of just that; new exciting concepts within the field of Smart Mobility. The format is short stories with references, based on factual information (not rumours) and editorial commentary. You can both subscribe to the newsletter and read the latest editions below.

The newsletter is administered by RISE Viktoria.

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  • 3 December 2020
    Operating since 2014, the AstaZero facility has boasted a number of testing innovations, such as a standardized ‘autonomous target carrier’ and being the first to integrate 5G connectivity. Now the facility is adding another feather to its cap with the construction of the world’s longest indoor AV test track.  We interviewed AstaZero’s CEO Peter Janevik to give you both a quick-take (for those reading this in a rush) and a more in-depth look behind what makes this facility a strategic site for the AV ecosystem in the Nordic region. 
  • Covid Vaccine Puts Pressure on the World’s Logistics Nervous System

  • Super-sizing the Superblock

  • Self-driving Logistics is Beginning to Heat Up

  • New Analysis of Pandemic Impacts on Shared Mobility

  • Will Public Transport Usage Really Recover?

  • Higher Efficiency and More Revenues with Software-Based Services in Future Automotive Market

  • Technological Development Meets Policy Development

  • Voters Strengthen Right-to-repair and Give Ride-hailing Companies a Boost

  • Toyota Activates Woven City Plans

  • Will Traditional Car Makers Survive a Transition to Mobility?