Intelligent Transport Editor, Luke Antoniou, interviews Michael Gross, Managing Director of eos.uptrade at InnoTrans 2018 to discover his thoughts on how he see's the industry developing.
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Over 25 miles of the bus network are being either created or improved as part of a £122 million ‘bus priority package’ to improve bus connections on three key corridors into the city centre. This video takes you on a virtual journey along Oxford Road.
Advantech ARK-V in-vehicle features an integrated PoE, certified hardware and intelligent management software design...
With a combined portfolio of RUGGEDCOM and SCALANCE networking products, Siemens is taking a leading role in transportation networks around the world.
The TRACe transportation computer family from Kontron delivers proven, rugged and feature-rich building blocks that allow design flexibility.
This video takes a look at a piece of technology which uses audible warnings to notify bus drivers when a cyclist is passing either side of the bus...
Guide Dogs is campaigning for 'talking buses' - buses with audio visual next and final stop announcements on board...
Centrecomm provides a vital, life changing service as the guardian of London’s passengers and back up support for London’s Bus Drivers.
Transport for London trials CCTV software that detects which seats are free on the top deck of a bus. This video shows how the technology works.
University College London presents London's commuters with two new concepts for the traditional bus stop design.