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Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
The Synectics webinar will outline just how crucial collaboration between transport operators is when it comes to improving passenger experience, especially data-sharing.
Aleksandr Polyakov explains how intelligent transport systems (ITS) recently rolled out from Moscow are not only making Tula’s streets safer, but also decreasing the amount of traffic and congestion in the Russian city.
Xavier Champaud, Managing Director, and Mike Butler, Head of Strategic Technical Innovation at Nomad Digital, detail how transport operators can win back passengers' trust following the pandemic and the role that data has to play in any innovation that is going to help along the way.
Sensor technology has been deployed in Hamburg to test whether traffic lights can be optimised to reduce wait times for all road users, while also protecting the most vulnerable on the city’s streets.
Dr Martin Kagerbauer and Christian Klinkhardt explain the thinking behind the new autonomous bus trial underway in Germany and explain what the next steps for the project are.
Dubai’s transport authority says it wants a quarter of journeys in the UAE city to be smart and driverless by 2030, as it launches the second edition of its Dubai World Challenge for Self-Driving Transport competition.
The new technology will include wrong way sensors and data collection sensors in some of the busiest lanes to help reduce congestion and emissions.
Virgin Hyperloop outlines its vision for the future of high-speed travel with a new video, which takes viewers on a virtual hyperloop journey from gate to destination.
Singapore has taken the autonomous bus plunge with two routes now in operation in a pilot scheme set to run until the end of April.
Eusebiu Catana, Senior Manager, Connectivity & Automation at ERTICO, explains how urban connectivity is transforming traditional services and infrastructure for a smarter tomorrow.
Mark Cracknell, Head of Technology at Zenzic, assesses the state of play in the UK’s connected and autonomous mobility (CAM) market and expresses optimism that 2021 could be a year filled with progress for the sector.