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The six cities are part of a project named AI4Cities which looks to artificial intelligence (AI) as a solution for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Citybus has said it aims to change the way passengers utilise public transport and has implemented Kuwait's first RTPI system.
Smart parking sensors, augmented reality way-finding and facial recognition security were a few of the ideas selected to participate in Transport for Wales’ (TfW) inaugural accelerator programme, Lab, which aims to improve the rail passenger experience.
The new imaging system is said to use a commercially available camera sensor and a powerful, but otherwise standard, laser source that is similar to the one found in a laser pointer.
Over the past 10 years, Joby Aviation has reportedly developed a quiet, all-electric VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft, which aims to be instrumental in the commercial launch of the emerging on-demand urban air taxi market.
The goal of the project is to improve the safety of passengers and drivers of buses in city traffic, as well as help operators with manoeuvres on bus depot premises. The new system will also ensure optimal energy consumption by the vehicles.
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.
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.
Under the partnership, Cubic will reportedly integrate Moovit’s MaaS APIs with Cubic’s Traveller App to include service alerts, nearby transit service lines, multimodal trip planning and real-time arrival information.
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.
Today’s train to ground data needs are predominantly met by cellular services, albeit with varying levels of data throughput.
Adoption rates of the payment system are said to exceed the MTA’s internal estimates and work to bring OMNY to the entire subway and bus system by the end of 2020 reportedly remains on pace.
The partnership has released a full-scale aircraft concept, which is part of an open design process, a NASA-inspired approach that is said to jump-start innovation by publicly releasing vehicle design concepts so any company can use them to innovate their air taxi models.