The six cities are part of a project named AI4Cities which looks to artificial intelligence (AI) as a solution for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
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Citybus has said it aims to change the way passengers utilise public transport and has implemented Kuwait's first RTPI system.
Today’s train to ground data needs are predominantly met by cellular services, albeit with varying levels of data throughput.
IT-TRANS, the world’s leading conference and exhibition covering the digital and technological developments in urban mobility is set for 2020. Brought to you by UITP and Messe Karlsruhe, the seventh edition (Karlsruhe, 3-5 March 2020) follows the massive success of the 2018 edition, where record numbers were achieved.
Using big data, RTA aims to be able to more efficiently anticipate future requirements and solutions for the development of the transportation sector in Dubai.
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.
Currently, e-scooters are prohibited from public roads in Ireland, but Blue Duck is allegedly the first e-scooter company to enter an agreement to operate in the country.
Intelligent Transport sat down with Queensland Transport and Main Roads Minister, Mark Bailey, to learn how the Australian state will touch the future of travel through one of the most advanced ticketing systems in the world, joining the likes of Singapore, New York, London and Chicago on the global stage.
At stations all over the world, fare evaders are often difficult to catch and just as difficult to stop. In Catalonia, however, the implementation of AI-based technology has led to the near-eradication of tailgating at fare gates – Oriol Juncadella i Fortuny, Director of FGC Operadora, the operations division of Ferrocarrils…
There is no doubting the significance of smart ticketing technology for cities worldwide as transport providers strive to create a seamless passenger experience. Intelligent Transport spoke to Yeo Teck Guan, Senior Group Director (Public Transport) at Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA), to discuss the country's account-based ticketing system, SimplyGo.
The application, provided by Matkahuolto, will initially include nationwide bus services and parts of local public transportation, with plans to further implement different modes of transport in the future.
The Trackside Radio Networks solution provides passengers a seamless, high speed WiFi connection throughout their journey, including when travelling through tunnels or under bridges.
Speaking to Intelligent Transport at 2019's Intelligent Transport Conference, Ashley Murdoch, CEO at Corethree, explains how collaboration fosters the spirit of innovation in public transport, how mobile proved itself as the ticket of choice for consumers, and what comes next in connecting people with places.
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The Global Smart City awards are presented every year to the most outstanding initiatives and projects in the urban innovation and transformation industry.
The high capacity of 5G will allow vehicles to transmit large amounts of data, including 4K video, to intelligent cloud-based transport systems, which are expected to improve road safety and help traffic authorities to monitor and manage traffic flow.