The Atlas Lab will focus on using Artificial Intelligence (AI) for developing advanced, highly accurate and safe high definition (HD) maps for self-driving vehicles.
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The trial, which took place in the Keolis bus depot in Gothenburg, Sweden, aimed to provide evidence that autonomous transport can be used in industry-specific cases.
Delegates at the Intelligent Transport Conference 2019 took part in five roundtable discussions on a variety of themes, from the transport workforce to making MaaS work – here are the key discussion points from each one.
Following a thorough safety review from the Land Transport Authority e-scooters have been prohibited on all footpaths in Singapore.
The Indian capital has launched a car rationing system called the "odd-even plan" as it attempts to reduce hazardous levels of air pollution.
The plan, that is designed to make Toronto "AV Ready" by 2022, is said to be the first comprehensive plan of its kind for a North American city.
The Vision Zero Act of 2019 allows federal transportation funding to be made available for communities to design and implement programmes that will help drive transport-related deaths down to zero.
U.S. start up Boaz Bike has launched 100 seated e-scooters in Atlanta, Georgia, with plans to further expand in 2020.
FiveAI, the project lead, believes self-driving services could offer citizens a safer, greener, more convenient and increasingly affordable alternative to the urban commuter car.
The move aims to ensure taxi drivers are compliant with the ethical and professional principles of their business, and offers another degree of safety for riders.
E-scooters were legalised in Germany in June 2019 and are classified as motorised vehicles, meaning that the same drink-driving laws as cars and other vehicles apply.