The partnership aims to develop a programme that will boost the skills and knowledge of drivers, promoting future innovation.
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The feasibility study will look into the most suitable cities and routes to deploy air taxis in Southeast Asian cities, evaluate the best use cases for air taxis, and explore the possibility of joint flight tests, among other things.
The USDOT Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) programme invites small business concerns to submit an offer for its Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) SBIR Phase I solicitation.
The project aims to see joint UK and African innovations deployed to solve pressing challenges in Africa’s rapidly growing cities, such as congestion and overcrowded public transport.
The collaboration aims to bring urban air mobility services and platforms to reality in Singapore’s urban environment, with the target to enhance industry productivity and improve the country’s regional connectivity.
Created in 2017, Transport for the South East is a sub-national transport body bringing together local authorities, business groups and the transport sector to speak with one voice on the region’s strategic transport priorities.
Los Angeles and London hope to expand the ‘Innovator Cities’ network to more cities, allowing more communities around the world to benefit from the transport innovation that the collaborative hopes to develop.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, 75 new apprenticeships at level two and three have been launched in disciplines ranging from Building Surveying and Transport Planning, to Track and Signals for London Underground (LU).
The virtual assistant, which uses AI and machine learning technology, is said to be a step towards improving the experience of employees as well as the 'Smart Dubai' initiative.
The Zenzic competition winners will help define requirements for, and support the development of a connected and automated mobility (CAM) cyber security testing capabilities.
Total Foundation and GRSF have signed a joint project to provide training, assistance and guidance to countries, with the goal of boosting their road safety analytic and data usage capacities.
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.
Using drones is said to enable a precise and fast inspection of the condition of assets, saving inspection time, enabling accessibility to arduous spots and generating highly accurate reports about the condition of tunnels.
The CAV Roadmap highlights how Scotland can best benefit from and contribute to the connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) industry in the future.
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.