8 Oct 2020
Workhorse, headquartered in Loveland, Ohio, have been developing electric vehicles since their founding in 2007. They have a 265,000sqft manufacturing facility in Union City, Indiana, with the capacity to produce 60,000 vehicles per year.
30 Jun 2020
Arrival is a promising UK-based startup with ambitious plans to be the first to produce electric commercial vehicles at a competitive upfront price-point.
13 Mar 2020
Webinar Wednesday 25 March 2020 - Electric Vans: The Time is Now
IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Wednesday 25 March 2020 titled Electric Vans: The Time is Now.
23 Dec 2019
Immerse are a company who provide an enterprise platform for VR training experiences. IDTechEX interviewed their Chief Marketing Officer, James Watson.
20 May 2019
DHL launches regular fully-automated urban drone delivery service
DHL Express and EHang have entered into a strategic partnership to jointly launch a fully automated and intelligent smart drone delivery solution to tackle the last-mile delivery challenges in the urban areas of China.
7 Mar 2019
Swiss Post, Austrian Post to have fully electric fleets by 2030
The need for the auto industry to speed up the switch to electric vehicles has increased further, as national postal companies Swiss Post and Austrian Post committed to electrify their delivery fleets by 2030.
19 Nov 2018
Electric Vehicle Futures at the IDTechEx Show! Silicon Valley
Many new electric vehicles were on display at the IDTechEx Show! on November 14-15 in Santa Clara, but that was the tip of the iceberg. The event had a hidden message; the future enabling technologies for electric vehicles (EVs) from buses to cars to mining vehicles.
22 Jun 2018
Amazon's drones vs. on-road electric delivery vans
The transportation industry is renewing itself from within finds new IDTechEx Research report "Electric Trucks and Delivery Vans 2018-2028".
19 Jun 2018
Webinar Thursday 28 June - Electric Trucks and Delivery Vans
IDTechEx is hosting a free webinar on Thursday 28 June 2018 titled Electric Trucks and Delivery Vans.
4 Jun 2018
The British milkman is going electric
What do the British milkman and the German mail carrier have in common? Answer: Both are an institution in their respective countries, and both travel by StreetScooter. The U.K. home delivery business Milk & More has now placed an initial order for 200 of these electric vehicles, which are produced by the Deutsche Post subsidiary StreetScooter and will be put to use in the UK immediately.
1 Dec 2017
5,000 StreetScooters in service at DHL , Tesla trucks on order
Deutsche Post DHL Group plans on being the industry's driver of electromobility and market leader in green logistics. Its e-mobility initiative is also part of its ambitious GoGreen program, an environmental protection project that will help Deutsche Post DHL Group become the first logistics company to reduce all logistics-related emissions to net zero by 2050.
7 Nov 2017
Deutsche Post DHL plans for autonomous delivery trucks
NVIDIA announced that Deutsche Post DHL Group, the world's largest mail and logistics company, and ZF, one of the world's largest automotive suppliers, have partnered together to deploy a test fleet of autonomous delivery trucks, starting in 2018.
2 Nov 2017
Self-charging electric bike
A design team has revealed its new self-charging electric bike design concept, "Hybrid Module Mobility". Depending upon users' requirements, this design concept is capable of converting its forms into six different purposes, including cargo-carrying, child-carrying, driving.
27 Oct 2017
Electric Vehicles: Full 1.5 trillion dollar picture at last
The "IDTechEx Show!" November 15-16 in Santa Clara, California brings the electric vehicle picture alive showing the Terrafugia flying car, a presentation by the most admired manufacturer of single propeller electric aircraft Bye Aerospace and a California State University talk on biomimetic aircraft.
26 Oct 2017
Drone delivery: publicity stunt or game changer in instant fulfilment?
The idea of drone delivery sharply divides commentator opinion: some dismiss it as a mere publicity stunt whilst others consider it a game changer that will bring near instant product fulfilment to e-commerce, stripping traditional shops of their last major differentiator.