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Traditional CCTV is already widely used in the bus sector, but only to offer reflective playback opportunities for operators. Now, with AI, we're able to assist drivers in real time, and assist fleet safety managers to regulate driver behaviour in real time, to greatly decrease risks that can lead to…
Transport for London (TfL) has announced plans to develop a control system for road management in London which will see access to data highlighting potential congestion points.
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.
Facebook has used artificial intelligence (AI) to map 300,000 miles of previously unmapped roadways throughout Thailand.
£2 million has been awarded to develop the 'most thorough understanding ever' of Britain's road markings, sections of the National Cycle Network and the country’s footways.
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.
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.
As Dubai continues to grow as a metropolitan hub, Intelligent Transport discusses the urban mobility scene in Dubai with His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Director General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
“New mobility” is a term that is sweeping the globe and a concept that is revolutionising how people get from point A to point B and everywhere in between. It is the convergence of mobility on demand (MOD), Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) and transportation demand management (TDM) and it means big changes…
With passenger numbers on the up and the constraints this puts on capacity, control rooms are put under increasing pressure. Thomas Kritzer, Head of the Tramway Operations Division at Wiener Linien, explains how digitalisation can help, with intelligent assistants stepping in to do what humans can’t.
Dubai's use of artificial intelligence has reduced traffic accidents as a result of fatigue in bus drivers as part of a smart city trial.
New deep neural networks traffic prediction system uses artificial intelligence to determine when traffic will occur, allowing for predictions 15 minutes ahead of time
Dr. Jang Ping Thia, Principal Economist in the Strategy, Policy and Budget Department of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), tells Intelligent Transport about the investments AIIB is making in transport infrastructure across Asia, and discusses the differences between public and private sector infrastructure projects.
Andy Graham, LAMBDA-V Project Manager, details how collecting the informal rules of driving could help highly autonomous vehicles learn about how human drivers really use UK roads.