Retail / Retail of the Future

Retail / Retail of the Future

Are the inner cities dying out soon? no. In the future, anyone will be able to stroll around the pedestrian zone at all, when we can comfortably enjoy all consumer requirements on our tablet online or from the couch. mobile and supply us with drones? Probably yes. A...
Death to private transport! Long live private transport!

Death to private transport! Long live private transport!

The recently ignited mobility debate about “free public transport” or “free public transport” makes trend researchers take turns smiling and shaking their heads. Starting from different political camps, the topic pops up in a regular ity and...
The 5-6 phases for autonomous mobility

The 5-6 phases for autonomous mobility

In this short post I would like to fill the phases / levels of autonomous mobility with a little more life. If you read this, you have certainly already encountered diagrams such as the following, which shows the five phases (sometimes six, incl. of the...
The political debacle of the established

The political debacle of the established

Andrea Nahles, (now) former head of the SPD parliamentary group and party and former Federal Labour Minister and SPD general secretary, has resigned. CDU chairman Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (#akk) is likely to be voted out soon. The Grand Coalition (#groko) is shaking...
Forget the word "car"

Forget the word "car"

Every child now knows that the technical equipment that we still call a car will soon be driving across the streets without a driver. And yet there is one more thing missing from the broad discussion: scope. Apart from the organization and technology of self-driving...
The Age of Exnovation

The Age of Exnovation

Innovation was yesterday. Few today know the difference between incremental and disruptive innovation. But it doesn’t matter either, because much more important is in the 21st In the 19th century, the ability to exnovate. Homo sapiens and Innovation Our species,...