PTV Group opens its first branch office in Africa

PTV Group opens its first branch office in Africa Updated

🕔08:00, 31.Jan 2017

The PTV Group has announced the expansion of its software business on the African continent with its own office. The signs for this were set in 2016 with the successful takeover of Distribution Planning Software International Ltd. (DPS) with an

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Internet of Things puts brakes on fuel theft

Internet of Things puts brakes on fuel theft Updated

🕔08:00, 31.Jan 2017

An Australian manufacturer is using the Internet of Things (IoT) to tackle fuel theft across the globe. Fluid Management Technology (FMT), based in Adelaide, South Australia, has developed a high-tech system that allows companies to remotely monitor gasoline consumption. The devices,

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Kapsch TrafficCom Awarded Contract to be Toll System Provider for North Carolina Project

Kapsch TrafficCom Awarded Contract to be Toll System Provider for North Carolina Project Updated

🕔08:00, 31.Jan 2017

Kapsch TrafficCom announced earlier this month that I-77 Mobility Partners, LLC has awarded it a contract to be the toll system provider and system integrator for the Interstate 77 Express Lanes project in Charlotte, North Carolina. The comprehensive venture comprises

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Chao might be key to infrastructure work

Chao might be key to infrastructure work Updated

🕔08:00, 31.Jan 2017

Elaine Chao could be President Trump’s secret weapon to help pass a massive infrastructure bill. Her political and personal ties to Capitol Hill were on full display during her confirmation hearing to be Transportation secretary earlier this month, when senators

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Transportation Research Center announces all-new Smart Mobility Advanced Research and Test Center

Transportation Research Center announces all-new Smart Mobility Advanced Research and Test Center Updated

🕔08:05, 30.Jan 2017

Ohio Governor John R. Kasich announced last week that the State of Ohio and the Ohio State University are funding the $45 million Phase 1 expansion of the Transportation Research Center’s (TRC) all-new 540-acre SMART (Smart Mobility Advanced Research and

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PTV Group Launches New MaaS Accelerator Program Product Suite

PTV Group Launches New MaaS Accelerator Program Product Suite Updated

🕔08:04, 30.Jan 2017

PTV Group has launched its new Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) Accelerator Program, a complete portfolio of component technologies for planning MaaS operations all the way to operating and managing MaaS in any given city around the world. PTV Group’s strategy was explained

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P3s will be key to Trump’s infrastructure plan

P3s will be key to Trump’s infrastructure plan Updated

🕔08:02, 30.Jan 2017

President Donald Trump will unleash the potential of private investments and use innovative financing tools to rebuild the nation’s transportation networks, Transportation Secretary-designate Elaine Chao told lawmakers at her Senate confirmation hearing earlier this month. “As we work together to

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Paving the way for European Electronic Tolling Services

Paving the way for European Electronic Tolling Services Updated

🕔08:01, 30.Jan 2017

Tolling service and solution provider Axxès and Kapsch TrafficCom have announced their willingness to cooperate further in the European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) domain. The planned long term partnership is based on a close and strong cooperation in order to

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Voyomotive joins SAS’s Partner Program for Advanced Vehicle Data

Voyomotive joins SAS’s Partner Program for Advanced Vehicle Data Updated

🕔08:00, 30.Jan 2017

Voyomotive, LLC, developers of the VOYO connected car technology has joined SAS’s Partner Program. This agreement with SAS will help Voyomotive bring world class vehicle data analytics to vehicle owners, auto parts manufacturers, car service providers, and OEMs. Thanks to

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Self-driving cars will benefit disabled

Self-driving cars will benefit disabled

🕔13:43, 27.Jan 2017

Self-driving cars aren’t criss-crossing the streets of Boston just yet, but disability advocates are already looking to the technology as a potential solution for those who can’t get around on their own. In a study released by the Boston-based Ruderman

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