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April 11, 2023

Episode 8 - Our CEO and Founder Evgeny Klochikhin with BIS Research.

Sheeva.AI Team

Welcome to our 8th episode of That New Car Sense, our podcast on connected cars, smart cities, IoT, V2X, digital payments, and location technologies. Our guests this month: Evgeny Klochikhin, CEO of Sheeva.AI and Saurabh Bhalerao of BIS Research -- where they will discuss the future of in-vehicle payments and beyond around connected vehicles and services. (Starts at 29:15)

And we’ll talk about the big predictions others have made this month, too. What's on our news radar in this episode:

BP Pulse EV expansion in Europe – This is the growing world of where to put chargers. we know we need a lot more. We know they're not really specifically sited like a gas station, we know the driver needs to hang around for a while. What to do with that time? (1:08)

Modern ticketing in San Francisco – How does modern-day ticketing look in San Francisco? What is the top reason for tickets and how does smart tech play in this area? (7:35)

Sam's Club expanding its distribution centers for a more curbside approach – This is not surprising now to see that omnichannel is here to stay and retailers' infrastructure needs to keep up. We enable curbside and some reporting says curbside is stalling out in adoption, but is it? And either way, there's a number of ways customers want to interact - order online and pickup, remote lockers, etc etc etc (18:45)

Your hosts: Jack Van Wey and Trevor Curwin (@tcurwin)

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bp, "bp pulse and APCOA to build EV hubs across Europe",

KTLA, "This is the top reason Los Angeles drivers get parking tickets",

The Wall Street Journal, "Sam’s Club Adding Distribution Centers to Speed Up Online Fulfillment",

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