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Transforming secure communication platforms

26 June 2018 | By

Being better connected and more secure, future multimedia services will play a crucial role for public transport. Sophisticated data exchange through the Internet of Things, insurance payments in case of delays, and ticket bookings in the blink of an eye – what sounds like the story of a distant future…

Gender in the transport sector: is there an inherent bias?

25 June 2018 | By

The widely-publicised gender pay gap reporting requirement has remained firmly in the spotlight, despite the reporting deadline passing over two months ago, with shocking statistics still being uncovered. But, what are the figures like for women in the transport sector and are they indicative of a wider gender bias? Gender…

Understanding safety in Latin America’s new mobility marketplace

18 June 2018 | By ,

Transport networks worldwide are in a state of flux, and Latin America is no exception, says Yeswant Abhimanyu, LatAm Research Manager at Frost & Sullivan. In this interview with Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou, Abhimanyu explains how new mobility business models and technologies are playing their part in improving safety and…

Karlsruhe’s integrated approach to transport

14 June 2018 | By

By 2015, Karlsruhe had 315,000 residents, trending upwards. In a city characterised by a combination of innovative, knowledge-based organisations, low unemployment and expanding companies, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anke Karmann-Woessner, Head of the City of Karlsruhe’s Urban Planning Department, explains how an intermodal transport system and its users are at the heart…

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