Innovative Digest

Innovative Digest

27 November 2019 7561

Alternative energy, air cars and the loss of the license by Uber regional taxi service. In the new innovative digest we are picking up interesting news from all over the world that you may have missed.

Uber in London is not safe

This was the conclusion, reached by the London's regulator Transport for London (TfL) after having found out that due to errors in the system, Uber allows unauthorized drivers to upload their photos to other drivers' accounts and run orders on their behalf. Another error in the system allows dismissed or temporarily suspended drivers to create accounts in Uber and carry out orders.

Will there be an air taxi in Singapore? 

The German startup Volocopter officially opened the first VoloPort air taxi test station in Singapore, but it lasted only a week. Read in the article about who should use an air taxi when possible, and what the company's CEO were inspired by.

Choosing an air car

While Elon Musk is presenting a new model of Tesla and collecting pre-orders for it, mankind is looking forward to the sky ride. Flying cars from fantastic movies are getting increasing in number. Some of them can even boast of successful trials. Look at the models that are available already today.

Are you going to Kazan? Drive the methane

"Yandex.Taxi" will launch a special environmental tariff for NGV-powered vehicles, as it was announced by the company to Now, when ordering a car, passengers will be able to choose a car on methane. The tariff will have been implemented in Kazan by the end of November 2019.

What is the future of automobiles on alternative energy?

The article considers serial production of cars on electricity and methane, as well as their future.

Abandonment of personal transport in favour of the transport service provider 

How to implement the MAAS concept in the state and why to do it. Read in a short but detailed note.

How technology fights traffic jams and offenders

"Smart traffic lights, sensors in the asphalt are already on the streets of Moscow. Did you feel any difference on the roads from their introduction?

Does the solar generation in Russia have a future?

We are demystifying the biggest myth of solar energy production and describing the scenarios of development of the Russian energy system with different shares of renewable energy sources in the energy balance.

Bill Gates about what's supposed to save the planet from global warming

Renewable energy sources are becoming cheaper, and many countries are increasingly relying on them to provide themselves with electricity to replace fossil fuels. That's good news, at least for places with a lot of sunshine or wind. We wish these measures were enough to solve the problem. But unfortunately, everything's not that simple.


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