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Dr Paul Vorster, CEO of Intelligent Transport Society South Africa (ITSSA), details the responsibilities of the ITS community in incubating positive change for the future of connected mobility.
Georgia Tech and Delta Airlines have been testing autonomous vehicles at the Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners to collect data about potential applications within airports.
We asked industry experts Carol Schweiger, President of Schweiger Consulting, François Fischer, Senior Manager Innovation and Deployment, ERTICO and Craig Fleming, Senior Business Development Manager, CENSIS, for their thoughts on the Internet of Things (IoT) and its applications within transport. Here’s what they had to say.
Artificial intelligence, blockchain, 5G, robotics and other disruptive technologies converge at IoTSWC
IoTSWC 2019 will bring together 400 companies providing solutions for the digitalisation of industries.
The testbed area will demonstrate how the Industrial Internet, combined with Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, drones, 5G and other disruptive technologies, are transforming multiple sectors with new products and services that were beyond imagination just a few years ago.
4G will be available as soon as March 2020 on the UK's largest and most high-profile mobile 'not-spots' as TfL invests in better connectivity across the network.
With the level of connectivity in urban mobility increasing, Intelligent Transport's refreshed topics and navigation put the information and discussion that's most important to the industry front and centre in a more accessible way than ever.
The introduction of 5G services supports the West Midlands Combined Authority’s strategy to give consumers and businesses in Birmingham and the surrounding area the very latest digital communications.
Cost always has been a concern for IoT applications at scale. Operating expenses have to be low enough to support the massive growth expected in the coming decades.
At this year’s international trade fair for transport technology, Kapsch CarrierCom will showcase the next generation of solutions for mission-critical networks.
SmartRail VeeaHub makes trains smarter with mesh Wi-Fi, offline passenger content network, train monitoring and staff applications.
Being better connected and more secure, future multimedia services will play a crucial role for public transport. Sophisticated data exchange through the Internet of Things, insurance payments in case of delays, and ticket bookings in the blink of an eye – what sounds like the story of a distant future…
Newly elected chair of The TETRA Industry Group, Francesco Pasquali, who took over from Malcolm Quelch, sees a strong future for the global TETRA market…
Biggest test to date expected to bring reliability, more frequent journeys and better quality in Tube experiences for passengers…