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Intelligent Transport – Issue 4 2018

Posted: 27 November 2018 | | No comments yet

In this issue: how new rolling stock and technology are improving passenger safety in Moscow, Los Angeles’ smart ticketing plan to enable multimodality across the city, and ElectriCity: leading the way in sustainable urban transport planning and testing

Intelligent Transport issue 4 2018 magazine

In this issue:

  • LEADERS’ SERIES: Ticket to the future
    Nick Hughes, Sales Director, Hitachi Rail Europe
  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: Open AI: putting vision into practice
    Sir Alan Wilson, Director, Special Projects, The Alan Turing Institute, and Dr William Chernicoff, Senior Manager of Global Research and Innovation, Toyota Mobility Foundation
  • INTERMODALITY: Public value and effective governance in MaaS
    Ruud van der Ploeg, General Secretary, EMTA, and Thomas Geier, Research Assistant, EMTA
  • TICKETING & PAYMENTS: Strengthening Los Angeles’ plan for MaaS
    Robin O’Hara, Deputy Executive Office/TAP Smart Card Program, Metro
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Control Room Operations
  • ITS: Working towards the future of smart infrastructure
    Contributors from Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions Ltd, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, ERTICO-ITS Europe, and the UIC
  • BUSINESS MODELS: The role of Rail + Property in meeting the world’s urbanisation challenges
    Jeremy Long, CEO – European Business, MTR Corporation
  • ALTERNATIVE POWER: Innovative collaboration for a cleaner and smarter city
    Stefan Eglinger, Director General at the Urban Transport Administration in the City of Gothenburg
  • SAFETY & SECURITY: Securing safe and efficient transportation for Moscovites
    Roman Latypov, First Deputy CEO, Strategic Development and Client Work, Moscow Metro

 

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