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Are Airlines Next In Line for a Supply Shortage?

With supply chains around the world struggling under the weight of the past year, will airlines be next in line to feel the effects? MarketScale Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Dandashy weighed in. "American Airlines is telling pilots to conserve fuel. Now, this is really interesting for those that might not know. There is actually a jet fuel Read more

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Are Airlines Next In Line for a Supply Shortage?
With supply chains around the world struggling under the weight of the past year, will airlines be next in line to feel the effects? MarketScale Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Read more
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Can New York Innovate Away its Public Transit Woes?
With a whopping average of 56 hours a year of delay per commuter, New York recently earned the number one spot for worst traffic congestion in Texas A&M’s Urban Mobility Read more
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The Three Most Important Trends Shaping the Automobile Ecosystem
“The ride-share approach to public transportation may make access more equitable in the U.S.” The auto industry is undergoing a major transformation due to a variety of factors, from COVID-19 Read more
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Why a Car Rental Shortage is Making the Case for ‘Rideswitching’
"The propensity to travel has recently increased again, and at the moment, we see people clamoring and looking for solutions and workarounds to be able to continue their travel Read more
Transportation
Is More Smart Tech the Answer to Public Transportation’s Growing Pains?
  On this special episode of MarketScale TV from the MarketScale Tradeshow Booth, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin talked with Paul Doherty, President & CEO, The Digit Group, a Read more
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Volkswagen Strengthens Hold in US Vehicle Market with EV Push
 After establishing a confident market share in Europe and commanding over 20% of the market in China, Volkswagen is hoping to finally make a splash in the one market it can't Read more

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The Technical Aspects of In-Circuit Test Fixtures
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Critical in-circuit test fixtures, or ICT fixtures, are no strangers to On Deck with Circuit Check. This show isn’t their first mention, but, for this episode, ICT fixtures got a more in-depth look for a better Read more
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Service Logic’s Elizabeth Barber, Operations & Communications Manager, and Sarah Craver, Accounting Assistant, spoke with host Hilary Kennedy on the importance of everyone’s role in running Read more
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Are Airlines Next In Line for a Supply Shortage?
July 29, 2021
With supply chains around the world struggling under the weight of the past year, will airlines be next in line to feel the effects? MarketScale Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Dandashy weighed in. "American Airlines is telling pilots to conserve fuel. Now, this is really interesting for those that might not know. There is actually a jet fuel Read more
Can New York Innovate Away its Public Transit Woes?
July 26, 2021
With a whopping average of 56 hours a year of delay per commuter, New York recently earned the number one spot for worst traffic congestion in Texas A&M’s Urban Mobility Report. One potential solution in clearing up all the blockage in the Big Apple is getting more people into public transit. But for the MTA, increasing consistent public Read more
The Three Most Important Trends Shaping the Automobile Ecosystem
July 24, 2021
“The ride-share approach to public transportation may make access more equitable in the U.S.” The auto industry is undergoing a major transformation due to a variety of factors, from COVID-19 to supply chain issues to changing perspectives on mobility. Tackling some of the most pressing trends, MarketScale TV host Daniel Litwin spoke with Carl Anthony, Read more
Why a Car Rental Shortage is Making the Case for ‘Rideswitching’
July 24, 2021
"The propensity to travel has recently increased again, and at the moment, we see people clamoring and looking for solutions and workarounds to be able to continue their travel plans." As the car rental industry struggles to stay afloat amid a car shortage, MarketScale TV explores innovations in ridesharing and carsharing with a company that's Read more
Is More Smart Tech the Answer to Public Transportation’s Growing Pains?
July 19, 2021
  On this special episode of MarketScale TV from the MarketScale Tradeshow Booth, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin talked with Paul Doherty, President & CEO, The Digit Group, a smart city solution provider, giving solutions on everything from master planning and architectural design services to real-world implementations of blockchain and IoT Read more
Volkswagen Strengthens Hold in US Vehicle Market with EV Push
July 16, 2021
 After establishing a confident market share in Europe and commanding over 20% of the market in China, Volkswagen is hoping to finally make a splash in the one market it can't quite seem to get a hold on – the US. Its strategy? Placing even more confidence in its EV future. That confidence is coming from an incredibly successful first half for Read more
More Charging Stations Set to Hit US Roadways
July 16, 2021
If you drive an electric vehicle, get ready for some good news – more charging stations are coming nationwide. Electrify America, which originally saw the EPA and CARB force carmaker Volkswagen to spend $2 billion on electric vehicle charging across America, has now ballooned into the largest charging network in the United States. The new “Boost Read more
Virginia Repeats as America’s Best State for Business
July 16, 2021
Since 2007, CNBC has compiled a study with a simple aim – to declare one American city as the country’s best for business. This year, after a year with no study due to the pandemic, Virginia backed up a first-place nod in 2019 with another. Virginia has now taken home the title five times since that 2007 debut of the study, more than any other Read more
New York Takes Over Title as US City with the Worst Traffic
July 15, 2021
When you hear about a city with the "worst traffic in the U.S.," you likely picture Los Angeles and its endless seas of brake lights, which go from rage-inducing during normal periods to downright torturous during high-travel times. However, LA is no longer No. 1 in terms of gridlock. The Texas A&M Transportation Institute recently released its 2021 Urban Read more