The last few years have seen the electric vehicle market develop in leaps and bounds. Electric vehicles (EVs) are now universally recognised as the future of the automotive industry, with cars such as the Nissan Leaf entering the market in 2011. However, there is no doubt that barriers to mass-market adoption still remain, primarily in terms of efficiency, cost and usability.
The future of the electric car depends on whether we can successfully tackle these challenges: designing a vehicle that can be used, re-fuelled and enjoyed without any additional hassle for the driver. What are the conditions we need for success?
Executive Vice President, European Innovation Development, Qualcomm
Gilbert joined Qualcomm in 2006 as president of Qualcomm Europe where he provided strategic direction and oversight of all Qualcomm business development and operational activity in Europe and has served in many roles including president of MediaFLO Technologies and president of Qualcomm Internet Services.
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