Exploration into how transportation’s digital innovations are tied to the past, and what is in store for a revolutionized future.

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There are many parallels between the industrial revolution and our modern digital transformation. Both have enabled the accelerated and unprecedented progress of society, while enhancing the utility of our scarce resources. However, in the digital revolution we are currently experiencing, the potential of our incredible new innovations has been dramatically limited.

Consider the transition from horses to cars during the industrial revolution: Rather than building a faster horse, which would have been the conventional thought process in creating better transportation back in the day, Henry Ford, the creator of the first automotive assembly line, leveraged new technologies to redefine how people thought about transportation. …

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Nick Crees

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