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As part of the spin out transaction, Yandex will invest $150 million into the new standalone company, Yandex Self Driving Group (SDG).
Case studies of a cardinal opportunity: simplify commuting for employees with Demand Responsive Transport
For the past two years, Padam Mobility has been actively supporting companies and public authorities to facilitate the travels of their working populations through the implementation of tailor-made Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) services.
The partnership aims to help students progress in their fields and be able to address real-world cyber-security and transit challenges that WMATA is facing today.
Recently appointed as the Chief Technical Officer of Volocopter, Dr. Arnaud Coville tells Intelligent Transport about the technology behind Volocopter and the regulation that comes with it.
Kyle Malo, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), highlights some of the key initiatives around WMATA’s new cyber fusion centre and gives his insight about adopting a cyber risk management framework.
The work seeks to bridge some of the gaps caused by an "absence of standard interfaces" when testing Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).
The policy document - Pathways to the Future of Transportation – is intended to serve as a roadmap for innovators of new cross modal technologies to engage with the Department.
The selected projects aim to tackle market needs, offering ways to increase the efficiency, safety and sustainability of moving people and goods.
The online press conference spotlighted innovative award winners and pioneering smart transportation products in an industrial loft-style pavilion.
Uber has acquired software provider Routematch in a bid to create new innovations for transit agencies across the globe.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) and Ariadna have launched a survey to understand cities' needs post COVID-19 when developing new urban mobility schemes and to raise awareness of how Galileo and Copernicus can help in doing so.
Along with a driver, passengers will be allowed on board towards the end of summer 2020 as part of the second phase of trials.
The micromobility firm has also partnered with local governments to form vehicle safety management systems tailored to each city's unique traffic conditions.
Beginning in Japan, the companies will collaborate on the testing and deployment of autonomous and on-demand transportation solutions.