ITS California Thinking Aloud Show 1

ITS California Thinking Aloud Show 1

🕔16:21, 30.Sep 2013

Thinking Aloud this week is coming from the ITS California annual meeting in San Diego. Paul Hutton talks to Cubic Transportation Systems and takes a ride across the Mexico/US border with Qvision. He also speaks to four exhibitors at the

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ITS Australia Thinking Aloud Show 3

ITS Australia Thinking Aloud Show 3

🕔08:11, 22.Sep 2013

This is the last of the special Thinking Alouds from the ITS Australia Summit in Sydney.  In today’s programme, Paul Hutton hears more about connected vehicles with two companies’ views, we have a tie-up between an Australian and British company,

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ITS Australia Thinking Aloud Show 2

ITS Australia Thinking Aloud Show 2

🕔08:20, 19.Sep 2013

In today’s Thinking Aloud from the ITS Australia Summit 2013 in Sydney, Paul talks to the President of ITS Australia, digs deep into a potential major problem for connected vehicles, hears about WhereIs Maps’ new Locator service and its three-dimensional

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ITS Australia Thinking Aloud Show 1

ITS Australia Thinking Aloud Show 1

🕔08:26, 18.Sep 2013

This Thinking Aloud comes from Sydney, and the ITS Australia summit. Paul Hutton talks to ITS Australia CEO Susan Harris, to Margaret Yova from the innovative moving video solution Qvision and to four exhibitors at the event, PTV, Vix, ITS New

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The Effects of ITS – a Positive Thinking webinar

The Effects of ITS – a Positive Thinking webinar

🕔14:15, 12.Sep 2013

We have been working on Intelligent Transportation Systems for quite some time now, and we understand that our overall objectives are to save time, save lives and save money.  However, we should be able to answer some simple questions that

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Thinking Aloud – New Episode Online Now!

Thinking Aloud – New Episode Online Now!

🕔08:36, 9.Sep 2013

In the first of many Thinking Aloud programmes between now and Christmas, we celebrate 20 years of America’s EZ Pass system, by talking to the man whose idea it was, Larry Yermack.  He talks not only about the history of

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