The University pilot project will connect vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists to surrounding infrastructure and collect data in order to inform others of traffic flow and potential incidents.
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Smart Columbus has launched a mobility hub project, a connected vehicles and road safety project, and has re-commissioned an all-electric self-driving shuttle pilot to deliver food to communities in need.
The University Transportation Centers have been awarded the grants in a bid to accelerate research and education into American transportation solutions.
Telecom operators have been urged to come forward to develop suitable equipment to safely fix antennas onto overhead line equipment (OLE) in live rail environments.
The selected projects aim to tackle market needs, offering ways to increase the efficiency, safety and sustainability of moving people and goods.
Along with a driver, passengers will be allowed on board towards the end of summer 2020 as part of the second phase of trials.
Beginning in Japan, the companies will collaborate on the testing and deployment of autonomous and on-demand transportation solutions.
Running at a speed of 20km/hr, the Keolis Downer vehicle uses 360-degree cameras and input sensors to avoid cars and other objects.
The partnership agreement is already in discussion regarding projects where 5G can improve transport and support congestion and emissions reductions in the West Midlands.
Daniel Ruiz, CEO of Zenzic, and Geoff Davis, Executive Director, HORIBA MIRA & VP for HORIBA Automotive Test Systems, explain why the UK needs to act now to stay ahead of the challenges around automotive cyber-security.
The European Commission has launched the consultation to better understand how the EU can help the transport sector to become more sustainable, competitive, modern and resilient to crises.
The initiative - CAM Creators - aims to create a network of connected and automated mobility (CAM) sector connections and allows members to claim their place on a list of CAM Roadmap milestones.
The CONNECTING project in Ski, Norway looks to progress the removal of on-board operators from autonomous vehicles, instead making the process remote.
Siraj Shaikh, Professor of Systems Security and Director of Research at the Institute of Future Transport and Cities at Coventry University, outlines why cyber-security R&D needs a change of direction to reshape cities for the future.