Weekly Mobility News No. 22 - Cameras to monitor Amazon's drivers ?!
Every Friday, we share with you the news of the week concerning the themes of mobility, business travel and tech !
Accor launches its digital key
In line with its strategy of creating a contactless customer path, Accor is launching its “Accor Key”, a 100% digital key allowing access to a room without a physical key.
Helbiz, a mobility startup that stands out from the crowd
David Fu, President and CEO of GreenVision describes Helbiz as: “the only company to offer electric scooters, bicycles and mopeds on a user-friendly platform …”.
SITA launches Health Protect
SITA has just launched its safe solution called “Health Protect” to help airports, airlines, governments and passengers securely share travel health information.
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Cajoo, the French startup that delivers your groceries in less than 15 minutes.
The young French startup has just raised 6 million euros. Cajoo offers an innovative service allowing you to have your shopping delivered in less than 15 minutes, 7 days a week with a courier on an e-bike.
The co-founder of Uber to create a luxury airline company
UBER co-founder Garett Camp describes Aero, his new company, as “A travel service provider inspired by the golden age of aviation, designed for modern life [with] semi-private jet flights to the world’s most sought-after destinations”.
Amazon confirms working on a camera surveillance system for their couriers
Amazon plans to install high definition cameras in its delivery vehicles. Questioned, the e-commerce giant explained that this device is intended to improve security during deliveries.