(Updated on January 8th, 2020) Stockholm has seen several transport companies that exercise a sharing economy business model (Sunfleet, Car2Go, DriveNow, oBike, EU bike…). Back in September 2018 a new player emerged – Voi with their electric scooters (or kick bikes). At the time the service was started available information was scarce, so I decided… Continue reading Voi electric scooters in Stockholm
After having tested an autonomous bus recently, I also got a chance to try a car that gives a taste of autonomous driving. It happened by chance. When I rent, I typically choose a small car, because small cars are big enough for my needs and they are the most economic, both in terms of… Continue reading Driving an almost autonomous car
I tried the driverless bus in Stockholm today. It is definitely baby steps as far as autonomous public transport is considered – it is very slow and cannot go around obstacles – but we have to start somewhere. I am glad and proud that Stockholm is one of the early adopters and drivers in this… Continue reading Driverless public transport in Stockholm
I am aware that there are spoilers in the title, but this is my small contribution to a click-bait-free world. When smartwatches came about some six years ago, I saw no practical use for them, and considered them to be to a large extent useless gimmicks. But roughly a year ago, thinking that their infancy period… Continue reading Did a smartwatch improve my life? No, it didn’t.