CES 2018 recap. Lyft investigates abuse. Autotech Ventures Q&A, part 2.
In case you missed it, check out the CES 2018 recap from our on-the-ground analyst of the massive tech spectacle (and de facto auto tech convention). We cover developments from robotics and 3D printing to brain-machine and the ubiquitous voice interfaces.
The second half of our Q&A with Quin Garcia of Autotech Ventures covers the transport value chain beyond autonomy and electrification: retail, commerce, insurance, parking, and more.
The Autotech team is bullish on tech-enabling parking solutions amid sustained demand for urban parking in the immediate term:
A few challenges facing tech hopefuls were also highlighted, including the example of faster-than-Amazon (but B&M distribution-dependent) spare part “jobbers.”