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Major luxury transportation tech players lined up at the Summit for a frank discussion about creating a unified industry software platform for voluntary ride connections, Monday, April 30, 2018 in Miami Beach, Fla. (LCT photo) Article

JUNE LCT Publisher's Page: Our two brand flagships provide ample ideas and benchmarks to navigate the new business scene.

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Learn whether or not you actually need ELDs as a luxury transportation company. Joe Guinn and Chris Przybylski of Limo and Bus Compliance discuss what you need to know about these devices.

A business can never stand still with technology; you always need to keep pace with it to ensure your business remains relevant, says operator Michael Lindsey, founder of DriverSchedule.com. The complete HR suite and driver scheduler can save operators money. Many companies are paying for multiple products that together don’t do half of what this product does — at less than $3 per driver per month, he says. (LCT file photo) News

The product saves fleet operations time and improves communication and accuracy when managing drivers.

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WHO'S WHO PHOTO GALLERY: The annual executive conference in Miami Beach April 29-May 1 encouraged operators to embrace a tech-oriented future.

Uber wants to be a household name...not just for cars, but aircraft as well. News

The aircraft, which the company hopes to use for an aerial taxi service by 2023, is a mashup of a plane and a helicopter.

Uber Self Driving Car (Photo: zombieite via Flickr) News

SOFTWARE SNAFU? Sources say the system was set up to overlook objects it should have noticed.

Operator of the Year Class of 2018 Winners: Front Row (L to R): Maria Garza, Anastasios Korovesis, Brian Scott, Kevin Cronin, Brett Barenholtz, Kevin Callinan, Rick Szilagyi; Back Row (L to R): J.R. Garza, Maurice and Rhonda Brewster, Terry Murtaugh, Jason Dornhoffer, Lew Aflalo, Laura and Jeff Canady, and Ford-Lincoln's Craig Hall (sponsor). (LCT file photo) Article

MAY LCT: Awards contestants submitted these best practices in the main areas of ground transportation.

The prospect of driverless cars raises many complex operational and ethical questions that should make riders skeptical. (LCT image) Article

MAY Editor's Edge: Sometimes progress halts to make us ask what we really want and what we are willing to give up.

Sam Mallikarjunan, marketing fellow at HubSpot News

Sam Mallikarjunan of HubSpot can help you prepare your business for inevitable future shake ups.

A woman interacts on multiple devices. News

Instead of seeing AI as a replacement for human endeavors, try to see it as an enhancement of them.

Autonomous vehicles expert Chris Jones will explain on May 1 during the LCT Technology Summit how the luxury ground transportation industry can embrace and adapt to driverless vehicles (LCT file photo) News

That burning question is front and center at the upcoming LCT Technology Summit.

Customer service expert Shep Hyken heads to the LCT Technology Summit on May 1 in Miami Beach. Best-selling books here. (photo: Shep Hyken) News

An expert coming to the LCT Technology Summit will show ways you can develop stronger data bonds with your clients.

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This package of reasearch shows the importance of staying up-to-date on the latest in technology. 

Cocktail making contest News

This is the best place to get to know operators and get noticed by LCT editors.

Uber driverless car (Creative Commons photo) News

The TNC reduced the number of LIDAR sensors on its test vehicles and cut corners in their haste to get them on the road.

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