HERE launches new services to provide drivers with traffic, fuel and parking information based on their preferences and habits

HERE launches new services to provide drivers with traffic, fuel and parking information based on their preferences and habits

🕔16:16, 28.Jul 2016

HERE, the location cloud company, today announced the launch of three new cloud-based information services that provide drivers pre-departure traffic information, personalised fuel, and parking recommendations based on their preferences and habits. HERE Departure Alert and HERE Personal Recommendations join

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Kapsch TrafficCom Awarded Contract to Provide New Toll System for Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Kapsch TrafficCom Awarded Contract to Provide New Toll System for Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

🕔16:10, 28.Jul 2016

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) has awarded Kapsch TrafficCom (Kapsch) a contract to replace all roadside equipment in the mixed-mode, dedicated mode, and express toll lanes at all bridges and tunnels managed by PANYNJ. Kapsch

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Pierce Transit security upgrades come with bonus for riders — free Wi-Fi

Pierce Transit security upgrades come with bonus for riders — free Wi-Fi

🕔16:07, 28.Jul 2016

An offshoot of improved security systems on Pierce Transit buses is likely to make riders who live and die by internet access happy. By the end of the year, all of the agency’s 140 local fixed-route buses should have continuous Wi-Fi

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New Ontario campaign puts tongue-in-cheek spin on anti-texting-and-driving message

New Ontario campaign puts tongue-in-cheek spin on anti-texting-and-driving message

🕔16:01, 28.Jul 2016

Ontario is turning to humour in a new social media ad aimed at getting drivers — particularly millennials — to put down the phone when behind the wheel. The 53-second video tweeted by Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca begins with a

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Israeli technology and the future of transportation

Israeli technology and the future of transportation

🕔15:54, 28.Jul 2016

To get from Point A to Point B 12,000 years ago, we crawled, walked, jumped, tumbled, rolled, skipped, hopped, swam, danced, jogged, ran and sprinted. But then a small tribe in Azerbaijan created the first boat technology and we started

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How Can Transportation Business Tell Engaging Stories?

How Can Transportation Business Tell Engaging Stories?

🕔15:48, 28.Jul 2016

Boring businesses do not exist, but the boring ways to tell stories do. To support this statement, we will look closely the industry which may not be considered interesting in the first place: transportation. One of the reasons why customers choose

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Driverless Cars Threaten to Crash Insurers’ Earnings

Driverless Cars Threaten to Crash Insurers’ Earnings

🕔18:18, 27.Jul 2016

The technology may be decades away, but firms are already scrambling to figure out how to deal with an expected decline in premium revenue as autos become safer The insurance industry has a $160 billion blind spot: the driverless car. Car

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GM Is Taking A Step Back To Re-Assess Its Autonomous Tech

GM Is Taking A Step Back To Re-Assess Its Autonomous Tech

🕔18:12, 27.Jul 2016

While other car makers are gearing up to embrace autonomous technology in their future products, GM is taking a step back. It looks like Tesla’s Autopilot fatal accident took its toll across the auto industry, as many car manufacturers and

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Michigan Commits Additional $17M To Detroit-Area Autonomous Car Test Facility

Michigan Commits Additional $17M To Detroit-Area Autonomous Car Test Facility

🕔18:10, 27.Jul 2016

As automakers, countries and even regions vie for the pole position in the race to develop autonomous vehicles, metropolitan Detroit and the surrounding Southeast Michigan vicinity want to become the dominant area for self-driving car testing. And the region just

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Slurpee by drone? 7-Eleven delivers junk food via autonomous flying robot

Slurpee by drone? 7-Eleven delivers junk food via autonomous flying robot

🕔18:07, 27.Jul 2016

The demonstration is about much more than flying Slurpees. 7-Eleven partnered with Flirtey to complete the first FAA-approved autonomous drone delivery from a store to a customer’s home. The US lags behind other countries when it comes to adopting commercial drones,

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