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AI techniques are being used to monitor driving performance, potential driving violations and coronavirus protection compliance.
Jordi Ortuño Ribé, Mobility & Urban Innovation, City of Barcelona, explains what kind of considerations need to be taken into account by cities to enable innovation in the modern mobility market, as well as how these steps can support the economy and evolve a city's transport ecosystem.
The micromobility firm has also partnered with local governments to form vehicle safety management systems tailored to each city's unique traffic conditions.
Konstantin Trofimenko from the Institute of Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies, part of Moscow’s Higher School of Economics, offers a vision of cities in which all urban transport processes are connected, transparent and digital, and also details the hurdles that have so far prevented such a vision from being…
Dubai's RTA has now completed 80 projects as part of its drive to digitise services for the fourth industrial revolution, including the 3D printing of metro parts, automated fare collection on marine transport services and the completion of a high-tech traffic management centre.
ERTICO was founded in 1991 at the initiative of 15 industry leaders and the European Commission to fill the gap between research and deployment of mobility services on roads.
HLRS researchers have used supercomputing and VR visualisation to develop comprehensive models of urban environments, designed to support city planning and traffic management.
The "digital remote laboratory” hosted over 80 stakeholders involved in smart technology and passenger experience decision-making.
The joint venture aims to use the AI-based computer vision system to enhance the safety and efficiency of public transport.
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to rock the transport and mobility sector, Carol Schweiger suggests revisions to her 2020 mobility trend predictions made earlier this year, suggesting the likely routes public transport groups and mobility providers will take in the coming months.
The latest data from EPO has revealed that the UK’s transport sector continued to innovate in 2019, with a primary upward trend in computer technology and digital communications.
Through the collaboration, Waymo aims to extend previous research to automatically discover optimal data augmentation policies to improve perception tasks for the 'Waymo Driver'.
The event saw 17 leading technology companies present proposals to MTA officials for modernising New York City’s century-old subway signalling system.
As an open innovation lab, the centre aims to ensure the company’s transformation into a smart mobility solution provider, secure its sustainable growth and research the future of mobility services.