The Friday Five – Our Weekly EV Blog: CES Special

HERE Technologies

At CES 2020 in Las Vegas, HERE Technologies unveiled two new APIs designed to help improve urban mobility. It allows commuters to find the most intelligent way to their destinations. The HERE Public Transit API holds real-time information on departure boards and service interruptions, and can help improve the experience of using public transit by finding the most intelligent way to get to a destination based on a range of dynamic events.

Scores on the Doors

Cities need an efficient and attractive transit system to improve urban mobility, says Marcus Welz, CEO of Siemens Mobility Intelligent Traffic Systems North America. “We want to enable cities to integrate all modes of transportation into one system and help them offer citizens door to door mobility.” Welz said.

Dutch Courage

His Royal Highness Prince Constantijn van Oranje led the Dutch delegation of the total 49 startups at CES 2020 this year. From recycling water to rentable green batteries, check out these 6 Dutch companies flying the flag for the Netherlands at CES 2020, who are making cities cleaner and smarter.

Best of CES

Engadget’s editors have decided who should win their Best of CES awards. Here is our list of winners for each category, as well as Best of the Best and People’s Choice. From Best Accesible Tech to Best Wearable, see who’s caught the imagination at this year’s show.

An Insult to Women

Ivanka Trump held the opening keynote to this year’s CES 2020 conference. The session has come in for some stinging criticism, labelled as ‘an insult to women’ and a display of entitled privilege. Catch the full video keynote here.