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Airshow Traffic Chaos Averted by Utilizing the Built-in Bluetooth in Spectators’ Cars

Airshow Traffic Chaos Averted by Utilizing the Built-in Bluetooth in Spectators’ Cars

🕔15:47, 28.Jul 2017

Following the disastrous traffic congestion caused by unexpectedly high spectator numbers at the 2012 Royal New Zealand Air Force Air Show, organizers of the 2017 event knew they needed to avoid a repeat performance. Fortunately, Bluetooth sensor technology was available

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A New Era for Automobile Barcelona

A New Era for Automobile Barcelona

🕔10:17, 19.Apr 2017

Enrique Lacalle, chairman of Automobile Barcelona, has presented the latest updates on this year’s show, which will be taking place from 11-21 May at Fira de Barcelona. He emphasised the great economic state of the industry, with Spain being second

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Traffic Anomalies No Longer a Mystery Thanks to Drivers’ Bluetooth Devices.

Traffic Anomalies No Longer a Mystery Thanks to Drivers’ Bluetooth Devices.

🕔15:13, 12.Apr 2017

Thanks to years of collecting traffic data, based on the movement of driver´s mobile devices, Aarhus municipality in Denmark can now see the effects in road traffic of construction projects, roadwork, traffic accidents and faulty traffic lights, as Blip’s Christian

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THE BIG BANGSGAARD THEORY

THE BIG BANGSGAARD THEORY

🕔12:32, 30.Mar 2017

After a decade at the FIA Jacob Bangsgaard has returned to ERTICO, this time as its new CEO. Kevin Borras marks the occasion by asking the new man at the helm to outline his vision for the future and to

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RATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE

RATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE

🕔12:25, 30.Mar 2017

We simply are looking in the wrong place about road “safety”, says Andy Graham I’ve been looking at current accident trends across the world and how they will be impacted by connected and self-driving vehicles. There’s no doubt that technology can

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FUELLED BY ELECTRICITY

FUELLED BY ELECTRICITY

🕔16:52, 29.Mar 2017

The electric vehicle revolution is only just getting started. In the next year or two, the market could really take off. Do we have the infrastructure to cope with this? Johan Sjöberg investigates Starting next year, London’s fleet of black taxis

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FLOW dynamics: a multimodal perspective on congestion

FLOW dynamics: a multimodal perspective on congestion

🕔16:47, 29.Mar 2017

Frederic Rudolph and Dagmar Köhler want to understand the impacts that walking and cycling measures may have on congestion Traffic congestion is an increasing problem in many cities. For many years, the standard response has been to increase road space for

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MOBILITY AS A BUSINESS

MOBILITY AS A BUSINESS

🕔16:42, 29.Mar 2017

MOBiNET’s technical platform, holistic approach and innovation will drive business models for mobility services in Europe, say Maria De Rycke and Orjan Tveit With the explosion of both online mobility services and sources of open transport data, there is a growing

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UTMC: A Theory of Evolution

UTMC: A Theory of Evolution

🕔16:36, 29.Mar 2017

Over the years traffic systems have evolved to become increasingly sophisticated, in response to the increase in the volume of traffic and as technological advances have resulted in the ability to implement enhanced capabilities. However, the advent of emerging technologies

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A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE

A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE

🕔16:29, 29.Mar 2017

As Steve Carroll reports, the results from the UK DfT’s Low Carbon Truck Trial seem to clear a path for low carbon HGVs Freight transport is vital to economic growth, but also has significant environmental impact. Heavy-goods vehicles (HGVs) make up

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