Driving the Future

In this episode, we turn to the podcast Future Sight to take an extended look into a subject that goes further than you would think, car sharing. With the help of a few experts from Volvo Car Mobility and Capgemini Invent, we examine how a car-sharing product changed the way Stockholm was able to think about the space in their city. And, what the future of sustainability may look like.

Show Notes

A big thank you to Bodil Eriksson, CEO at Volvo Car Mobility and M, and to Steinar Danielsen, Sustainability Lead at Volvo Car Mobility. We would also like to thank Per Holmblad, Vice President for Automotive at Capgemini Invent, Sweden and Finland, and Rebecca Johanson, Senior Consultant at Capgemini Invent.

You can find the report, The Sustainability Impact of Car sharing, here: https://www.capgemini.com/resources/the-sustainability-impact-of-car-sharing/

This episode was hosted by Ollie Judge and produced by Theresa Ignatius, Emmanuel Lochon & Oliver Jones. It originally appeared as part of Future Sight, a podcast series created for Capgemini Invent by Adrift Entertainment.

This podcast is brought to you by Capgemini Invent. You can find out more about them at https://www.capgemini.com/service/invent/ and follow them on Twitter https://twitter.com/CapgeminiInvent.

What is Driving the Future?

Driving the Future is a podcast about where the automotive industry is going, and how not only to keep up with the rapidly changing business, but to shape it.

Fueled by such factors as the climate crisis and the digital revolution, the automotive industry is changing. Whether we’re talking about autonomous cars and electric vehicles or the new customer experiences that digital technologies enable, whether it’s transforming from being an auto manufacturer into an organization that provides mobility services, the map of the industry is being re-drawn. Are you going to follow the path that others lay out, or grab the wheel and shape the future of mobility yourself? The promise of technology is big, but how do you get there?