The UK Government-backed project will test its autonomous vehicles on Birmingham’s busy road network as it looks to advance driverless technology in the UK.
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The Synectics webinar will outline just how crucial collaboration between transport operators is when it comes to improving passenger experience, especially data-sharing.
Aleksandr Polyakov explains how intelligent transport systems (ITS) recently rolled out from Moscow are not only making Tula’s streets safer, but also decreasing the amount of traffic and congestion in the Russian city.
Xavier Champaud, Managing Director, and Mike Butler, Head of Strategic Technical Innovation at Nomad Digital, detail how transport operators can win back passengers' trust following the pandemic and the role that data has to play in any innovation that is going to help along the way.
Driverless robotaxis have been launched in Beijing in what is an industry first for the autonomous vehicle sector, as Baidu hopes to have a fully operational driverless taxi service in place for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
The pandemic has made contactless ticketing almost a pre-requisite for many public transport operators - read why Switchio's technology can make journeys smoother for all.
The new technology will include wrong way sensors and data collection sensors in some of the busiest lanes to help reduce congestion and emissions.
Eusebiu Catana, Senior Manager, Connectivity & Automation at ERTICO, explains how urban connectivity is transforming traditional services and infrastructure for a smarter tomorrow.
Keolis is trialling autonomous electric shuttles in the city of Gothenburg, which carry eight passengers along a 1.8km route in the Swedish city.
The new strategy will back the innovative modes of travel as well as setting ambitious targets for zero-emissions vehicles on Europe's roads by 2050.
Businesses are now able to use the ‘Darwin SatCom Lab’ to explore and trial next-gen connectivity solutions for connected and autonomous vehicles.
The trial explores how 5G-connected vehicles, which are monitored by a control tower remotely, can facilitate the safe introduction of self-driving electric buses in more complex and demanding urban areas.