Asia Mobiliti, Nippon Koei & ASAP Mobility selected by JETRO to demonstrate multimodal mobility proof of concept
Asia Mobiliti, Nippon Koei and its Malaysian subsidiary ASAP Mobility have been selected to demonstrate a mobility proof of concept
The latest e-commerce trends from research commissioned by FedEx Express shows that both SMEs and consumers in the AMEA region agree that there’s room for further growth in the already booming e-commerce sector.
Grab Malaysia has launched Grab Intercity, giving users the ability to conveniently purchase affordable bus and ferry tickets right on the Grab app.
The ongoing conflict between taxi companies and ride-sharing apps in Indonesia boiled over yesterday (March 22) as thousands of taxi drivers took to the streets in Jakarta to stage a protest that escalated into violence in some areas.
Blue Bird first launched a booking app in 2011, but only saw it as yet another platform – that has changed with the rising competition.
Doug Cutting weighs in on the present and future of Hadoop’s role in the world, from an obscure database to being the basis of big data analytics.
Singapore-based startup Ryde Technologies Pte Ltd, behind the ‘Ryde’ carpool app, said it has raised S$1.5 million (approximately US$1 million) in seed round funding from “strategic angel and private investors.”
Deploying Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in the capital city of Thailand could reduce travel times, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and road accidents, driving social and economic benefits of up to US$1 billion per year, according to the GSM Association (GSMA).
San Francisco-based startup Uber has praised the Philippines’ Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) for its new guidelines which would pave the way for the legal use of ride-sharing smartphone applications.
Spurred by complaints from taxi drivers and companies, Malaysian authorities are going to start cracking down on Uber drivers without permits. The Malaysian public is up in arms, saying that the Government is protecting at best an inefficient industry, at worst a dishonest one. A. Asohan believes the issue is greyer and murkier than that.