In what is said to be the first in the world to do so, the Infrastructure-Automotive Technology Laboratory (iATL) aims to bring together auto, technology and communications industries in one laboratory.
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Intelligent Transport’s Sam Mehmet speaks with Keolis Group’s Kara Livingston about the operator’s views and focus on the past, present and future drivers of the mobility agenda.
EHang reportedly has three main business pillars: urban air mobility (including passenger transportation and logistics), smart city management and aerial media.
The two companies are reportedly starting their collaboration by working on vehicle and pedestrian safety such as collision avoidance, and better location identification and navigation for ridesharing pick-up/drop-off and delivery services.
The Woven City will allegedly be a fully-connected ecosystem powered by hydrogen fuel cells with full-time residents and researchers.
The CAV Roadmap highlights how Scotland can best benefit from and contribute to the connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) industry in the future.
The service combines RTC buses, the Las Vegas Monorail, RTC Bike Share, and first- and last-mile operators like Uber and Lyft.
Alistair Gordon, CEO of Keolis UK, explains how 2020 could prove to be making of autonomous vehicles in public transport networks, detailing how some of the work completed in 2019 has laid the groundwork for the future.
The software architecture developed by the CLASS project aims to provide a solution to the problems of managing extremely large amounts of complex data in real time, such as that of pedestrians, traffic and vehicles.
'Project Qatar Mobility’ aims to create a holistic ecosystem for autonomous driving, including the creation of an appropriate legal framework, smart city infrastructure and transfer of knowledge, which can be used as a blueprint to transform urban mobility, both in Qatar and beyond.
The service will initially be available to a select group of users who will reportedly use an app developed by Daimler Mobility AG to book a journey by the automated S-Class vehicles from a defined pick-up point to their destination.
Passenger expectations are changing so that their experiences on transport more closely align with comforts they'd expect in their own home. Ian Wright, Head of Innovation and Partnerships at Transport Focus, explains how various technologies can be used as tools to help operators deliver transport's 'brilliant basics', and build trust in…
Holo is allegedly the first company to obtain permission to operate autonomous vehicles in Denmark, and across sites, the company has autonomously transported over 40,000 passengers over 25,000km.