INRIX and Parkmobile Bring End-To-End Parking Solution to the Connected Car

INRIX and Parkmobile Bring End-To-End Parking Solution to the Connected Car

🕔11:07, 19.May 2016

U.S. drivers can find, route to, reserve and pay for parking at lots, garages and meters directly from the dasboard INRIX now offers automakers an embedded, end-to-end user experience across both on- and off-street parking Parkmobile will enhance INRIX’s real-time occupancy

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Car industry frustrated by Commission ‘disorganisation’ on driverless vehicles

Car industry frustrated by Commission ‘disorganisation’ on driverless vehicles

🕔10:59, 19.May 2016

Car industry lobbyists are complaining that in-house divisions at the European Commission are delaying technologies like driverless cars from getting onto European streets. “We see too many cooks in the kitchen,” Erik Jonnaert, secretary general of the European car industry lobby

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New York: Wi-Fi and Charging Ports Features of New MTA Bus Fleet

New York: Wi-Fi and Charging Ports Features of New MTA Bus Fleet

🕔10:47, 19.May 2016

Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced the arrival of the first of 75 new buses that are being deployed into service this year as part of a concentrated effort to address overcrowding and modernize the MTA. In March, Cuomo announced the

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Austin Texas City Leaders Propose $50 Million Transportation Grant

Austin Texas City Leaders Propose $50 Million Transportation Grant

🕔10:35, 19.May 2016

There’s nothing like a deadline where $50 million dollars is at stake. Austin is looking at just that. Tuesday, Mayor Steve Adler, members of city council and other local leaders hosted a conversation with U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx to make a

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Google says South Korea laws inhibit Google Map services

Google says South Korea laws inhibit Google Map services

🕔10:31, 19.May 2016

Google parent Alphabet  is challenging South Korea’s government over restrictions to its mapping services in the country, which renders some maps less informative than those for North Korea, The WSJ reports. Google claims South Korea’s national security laws, which were designed to protect

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Portland shows off transportation technology in bid for $50 million grant

Portland shows off transportation technology in bid for $50 million grant

🕔14:30, 18.May 2016

Portland transportation officials are imagining a future where vehicles talk to municipal infrastructure, which in turn talks back. That might seem a distant future. But as the city tries to bolster its chances in a $50 million “Smart City” competition, it sought

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Senate Kills GPS OCX Funding Due to Cost Overruns

Senate Kills GPS OCX Funding Due to Cost Overruns

🕔14:00, 18.May 2016

The Senate Armed Services Committee zeroed out the Pentagon’s $393 funding request for the new GPS ground control system during its May 11 markup, asserting that the program’s cost overruns — with a total cost that may reach $5.3 billion,

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Top palladium miner ridicules risk of Tesla electric cars boom

Top palladium miner ridicules risk of Tesla electric cars boom

🕔16:24, 17.May 2016

The rise of Tesla Motors’ electric cars won’t be enough to change the market for conventional vehicles or dent demand for the precious metals used to filter exhaust fumes, says GMK Norilsk Nickel PJSC. The lack of infrastructure to charge them and

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NXP’s BlueBox ready for self-driving cars

NXP’s BlueBox ready for self-driving cars

🕔12:16, 17.May 2016

NXP Semiconductors demoed its BlueBox engine for self-driving car using NXP silicon and software solutions at each ADAS node. The system useds BlueBox central computing engine with radar, lidar, and vision sensing, as well as an onboard secure V2X system.

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Driverless cars: How will they impact Toronto in 2020

Driverless cars: How will they impact Toronto in 2020

🕔12:05, 17.May 2016

Toronto’s public works and infrastructure committee looked at driverless cars Monday, asking staff from the transportation services department to figure out how the city can best prepare for their arrival. In a letter sent to the committee, Coun. Jaye Robinson wrote on May

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