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Ford Moves to Pilot Stage on Smart Mobility Program

Maker ready to implement plans after six months.

by on Jun.24, 2015

Ford CEO Mark Fields announced plans to implement some of the programs being testing in the maker's Smart Mobility plan.

Ford Motor Co. says its ready to implement some the lessons learned from a research program that delves into the changing landscape of mass mobility in era of smart phones and instant connectivity that was launched only six months ago.

Mark Fields, Ford chief executive officer, said the automakers operate pilot projects keyed to Ford Smart Mobility and move from research to the start of implementation, of new mobility products.

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“We now are moving from experimentation to implementation,” said Mark Fields, Ford president and CEO, at the annual said at the annual Further with Ford trends conference in San Francisco. (more…)

Ford’s Smart Mobility Plan Changing Global Transportation

Maker’s 25 experiments expanding knowledge base.

by on Jan.06, 2015

Mark Fields, President and CEO, Ford Motor Company, delivers the opening keynote address at the 2015 International CES.

Ford is not just looking for ways to make cars smarter, it’s trying to change the way people around the world get from place to place. The automaker introduced its plans to do that as well as addressing its progress on autonomous vehicles as well at the Consumer Electronic Show today in Las Vegas.

Ford CEO Mark Fields told a packed house during his keynote address at CES that the automaker is actively pursuing an autonomous vehicle. However, he noted it’s not a race to get done first, but more important to get it done right and make it affordable.

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“Our priority is not in making marketing claims or being in a race for the first autonomous car on the road,” Fields said. “Our priority is in making the first Ford autonomous vehicle accessible to the masses and truly enhancing customers’ lives.” (more…)