Autonomous car in France by 2022 ? - Weekly Mobility News n°14
Every Friday, we share with you the news of the week on the themes of mobility, business travel and tech !
New partnership between Amadeus - Booking.com - Conferma Pay
The objective of this new agreement is to eliminate an important point of friction during business travel, that of the settlement of the travel or hotel stay of the business traveller.
The brand-new mobility trade fair moves to Munich in 2021
Cancelled in 2020, the Frankfurt Motor Show will be transformed into a mobility trade fair from September 7 to 12, 2021 and will take place in Munich.
American Express GBT signs a partnership with the Lufthansa Group
Through this agreement, American Express GBT has access to NDC (New Distribution Capability) content from Lufthansa Group companies including Brussels Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Swiss and Lufthansa.
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Amadeus and Axa partners sign a partnership agreement
Axa partners and Amadeus sign a partnership for business travelers. Medical assistance coverage and insurance will be offered to Amadeus cytric Travel & Expense users.
1.8 Million Euro Fundraising for Vianova
The Paris-based startup raised €1.8 million in early December. As a reminder, Vianoa facilitates cooperation between cities and shared mobility operators through data sharing.
Autonomous vehicles on the roads in 2022 ?
Transport Minister Jean-Baptiste Djebbari announced that autonomous vehicles could be on French roads by 2022.
Zoox, the 100% autonomous taxi by Amazon
Last June, the giant Amazon offered itself a young American company developing a driverless shuttle. The very ambitious Zoox project should soon see the light of day with a vehicle that can accommodate 4 passengers and travel at up to 120 km/hour.
Startup of the week : Tic Tac Trip
An intermodal travel comparator, with Tic Tac Trip you have the possibility to combine bus, train and carpooling for your trips throughout Europe. In partnership with big names such as SNCF, Flixbus or Blablacar, the startup allows you to combine different means of transport via a single platform.