Category: Smart Mobility

Poor driving style: the root of all evil

Everyone is bothered by poor drivers on the road. We are going to resolve this problem once and for all with the Flo driving style app. It coaches people while driving, because driving can be a lot cheaper, more social, better for the environment, more enjoyable and safer. It is ‘the root of all evil’. Many unpleasant and even scary experiences in traffic boil down to one thing: a poor driving style.  Drivers accelerate too quickly, speed down the road and then slam on the brakes at the last minute. And that leads to problems. […]

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Ample support for concert hall on wheels

We no longer lease polluting cars at our office, but only use electric and hybrid vehicles. Electric and hybrid driving is not only sustainable, it is much more fun, too! Every morning when I drive my car to work, I enjoy a moment of pure joy. Not only because I am happy to go to work (I love my job!), but especially because I get to drive my electric car. I love it! And no, this is not about the sustainable character of the car, although that was the reason I initially bought it. It […]

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The importance of speed

Digital technology has come a long way. The early web was great, but it is almost nothing compared to how today’s technology impacts how we work, travel, communicate, and play. From email to GPS, and all the mobile apps and games in between, there are plenty of ways technology just makes our lives easier and more pleasant.  What supports all of these advances is a very complex and rapidly changing technology ecosystem. What business does not like the idea of efficiency, or wants new ideas out the door and into production as fast as users […]

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The value of Coworking: rent a place, wherever

While traveling in Estonia, sitting in the lobby of my hotel, I started a conversation with a man who was working with a laptop on his knees. It turned out he had been traveling from here to there for years, and simply continued to do his work. The only thing he needed as a freelancer was his laptop and an Internet connection. This lifestyle was the most ordinary thing in the world for him. He had customers all over the world, so why shouldn’t he be able to do his work from anywhere? It got […]

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By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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