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ON THE MOVE


CAR-SHARING WILL EASE


THE CITY STRAIN After decades of people regarding their cars as extensions of their personalities, the level of emotional attachment is beginning to fade


That’s how industry experts are interpreting the growing trend of car-sharing, with estimates that by 2030, one in every 10 cars sold will be a shared vehicle. Car-sharing is already being


pioneered in Cape Town through uGoMyWay.com, an app created by software developers Chris Megan and Carl Cronje. The app lets people create a profile, enter their location and destination, the days and times they make that trip, and whether they want to drive or be a passenger. Algorithms then trawl the database to show up to 30 matches with the least deviation from the required route and users can contact each other via a WhatsApp-style chat.


TOYOTA PUMPS UP ITS ZERO EMISSIONS PLAN


The second iteration of Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell electric Class 8 truck has been unveiled, with an estimated driving range of more than 482km per fill. It also offers enhanced versatility and manoeuverability, with a sleeper cab and a unique fuel cabinet combination that increases cab space without increasing wheelbase. Since it first began operation in April 2017, the truck has logged more than


16 000km of testing and real-world operations around Los Angeles while emitting nothing but water vapour.


TRUCKS TRUNDLE BY THEMSELVES Game-changing technology is being tested in Japan, allowing self-driving trucks to move in convoy


The technology called Platooning sees a manned platoon leader driving at the head of the convoy, with other unmanned trucks automatically following through vehicle- to-vehicle communication.


Platooning is a step towards


fully autonomous freight transport and is expected to start becoming commercially available by 2020. A Co-operative Adaptive Cruise


Control system is fitted to each truck, allowing information to be


shared between the leading and following trucks about acceleration, deceleration and maintaining a safe cruising distance. Toyota Tsusho has won a contract to develop and test a truck platooning system in Singapore as well.


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