two bike-sharing acquisitions April 9, 2018 Auto Tech Newsletter Archive April 9, 2018 Share two bike-sharing acquisitions on Facebook Share two bike-sharing acquisitions on Twitter Share two bike-sharing acquisitions on LinkedIn Share two bike-sharing acquisitions via Email Auto Tech Newsletter Archive Connected car market map. Lyft expands subscription tests. A retro EV. Hi there, Big news — This is the second to last issue of the Auto Tech newsletter. Over the last year, we’ve moved much of our research behind a paywall, dubbed Expert Intelligence, for our paying clients and that is where our mobility coverage is now going. If you’d like to continue to access to our mobility research as well as the data that underlies it, you should set up a free trial to the CB Insights platform. Once logged in, you can also see all the mobility / auto tech research here. We look forward to having you as clients. Staying connected Amidst the bumper crop of autonomous driving software and hardware startups, auto incumbents have continued investing into connected vehicle companies. Bets range from connected AI dashcams to cybersecurity platforms, voice assistants, and many more. We analyzed the full range of OEM and supplier investments since 2013 with our business social graph: We also built a full market map of startups working in the connected car space that clients can access here. The factories of the future Advancements in disparate industrial tech trends are driving steady improvements in manufacturing. Manufacturers are bullish, predicting that overall efficiency will grow annually over the next five years at 7x the growth rate since 1990. From product R&D to assembly to supply chain management, our deep-dive looks at the eight steps of manufacturing that technology will reshape over the coming years. Drive safe, Kerry @kerrygwu If you aren’t already a client, sign up for a free trial to learn more about our platform.