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Foresight Weekly News – June 14, 2020

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California plans for future of gas system amid 'patchwork' of electrification policies

The state faces the challenge of knitting together individual cities and building codes, while keeping rates affordable for customers who remain on the gas system. Read more


How should we design the urban freight systems of the future?

Improved infrastructure, better public/private collaboration and technology all have roles to play in long-term mobility solutions. Read more


Optimized sensors are key to future of automated vehicles

Sensors are critical components of the modern vehicle. They are the eyes of a car, enabling everything from existing ADAS (Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems) features such as automated braking and lane keeping to potential removal of the driver altogether. Read more


Self-Driving cars and the future of personal injury law

Self-driving cars are under high scrutiny, but we shouldn’t ignore the impact they will have on the world once the world accepts their innovative technology. Read more


Swarms of autonomous insect robots could prove key to future planetary exploration

While we’re preparing to launch a six-wheeled robotic rover roughly the size of a car to explore Mars, future planetary exploration and science missions could employ much smaller hardware. Read more


The future of dining

In a recent update to its clients, financial services firm PSG looked at how the restaurant industry in South Africa is being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, and what the future holds for the affected businesses. Read more


The future of work is remote

Many organizations are getting up to speed on technology and remote work best practices, and experts envision industries that struggled to enable this — such as healthcare and education — will jump ahead. Read more


How COVID-19 will change the future of work

Jobs may change due to COVID-19. Some changes may be temporary until there is a Coronavirus vaccine, while other changes may become permanent. Read more


How the pandemic will end?

The U.S. may end up with the worst COVID-19 outbreak in the industrialized world. Read more



7 steps to shape your organization’s future

Bob Johansen, the author of Full-spectrum Thinking proposes a robust way to visualize, understand, and make the future better—for individuals, society, politics, and organizations. Read more



The impact of COVID-19 on future mobility solutions

Automotive OEMs and players within the mobility industry are among the hardest hit. Over the long term, COVID-19 could have a lasting impact on mobility as it drives change in the macroeconomic environment, regulatory trends, technology, and consumer behaviors. Read more