Intelligent Transport 2021: A Year in Review
As 2021 draws to an end, we have taken the opportunity to look back on the past 12 months at Intelligent Transport, bringing together some of our most popular articles that featured in each of the four 2021 issues of our magazine, as well as three new and exclusive articles, for our latest eBook.
Within our latest eBook, you will find six articles hand-picked from the 2021 issues of the Intelligent Transport magazine, covering a range of different topics, including Mobility-as-a-Service, ticketing and payments, autonomous mobility and integrated transport. Each article discusses some of the most significant developments made within the industry in 2021, offering insight and expertise into key projects and their findings.
Then, exclusive to this eBook, you will find three new articles, covering micro-mobility, alternative power and artificial intelligence – some of the most talked about topics that the industry is currently dealing with. Here, experts highlight the uses and benefits of some of the newest forms of technology, and how these technologies can be utilised for the betterment of the industry and the planet.
Included in this eBook:
Smart scooters: How technology enhances shared micro-mobility
– Maxim Romain, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Dott
- ALTERNATIVE POWER
Electrification and the road to sustainability
- INCLUSIVITY & DIVERSITY
A little less conversation: Why it’s time to address gender imbalance in the transport industry
– Tamara Eelsing, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, STIB
- CONNECTED TRANSPORT
What does the future hold for connected transport?
– Giancomo Somma, ERTICO
– Nikolaos Tsampieris, ERTICO
- INTEGRATED TRANSPORT
Integration is essential to the post-COVID-19 recovery of local public transport
– Alistair Gordon, CEO, Keolis UK
Putting collaboration at the heart of MaaS
– Andrew Stober, Head of Public Partnerships and Carpool, Waze
- TICKETING & PAYMENTS
Does eliminating fares make public transport more equitable?
– Carol Schweiger, President, Schweiger Consulting
- AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY
Waymo One: The future of autonomous ride-hailing
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Artificial intelligence in public transport
– Jennie Martin, Secretary General, ITS (UK) – Intelligent Transport Systems
Air Quality, Alternative Power, Artificial Intelligence, Connected & Autonomous Vehicles, COVID-19, Infrastructure & Urban Planning, Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Mobility Services, Passenger Experience, Public Transport, Sustainable Urban Transport, Ticketing & Payments, Traffic Management, Travel & Passenger Information, Vehicle & Passenger Safety