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P3: CUTTING THE TAPE

P3: CUTTING THE TAPE

🕔16:31, 20.Oct 2017

One way or another, says David Pickeral, public-private partnerships in some form will again be central to evolving our transportation infrastructure; the key will be ensuring their ability to act with speed, discretion and accountability Having addressed public-private partnerships (aka PPP

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CHICKEN MEET EGG

CHICKEN MEET EGG

🕔16:25, 20.Oct 2017

Do you need to start recognizing and unlocking the value of your smart city data? Bob McQueen provides a timely guide to doing just that There are a lot of things involved in smart cities. This worldwide initiative includes a huge

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OWNERSHIP MATTERS

OWNERSHIP MATTERS

🕔16:20, 20.Oct 2017

Frequent assertions that car owners will easily abandon ownership and become robo-vehicle ride-buyers are largely wishful and without sufficient evidence, according to Bern Grush and Blair Schlecter. How much travelers tend toward increased (or sustained) vehicle ownership, and how much

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THE VIEW FROM THE PEANUT GALLERY

THE VIEW FROM THE PEANUT GALLERY

🕔16:07, 20.Oct 2017

Scott Belcher shares his thoughts about the current state of transportation technology Having managed ITS America for seven years, the Telecommunications Industry Association for another two, and consulted for cloud and new technology companies in the space, I have been blessed

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IT’S TIME WE HAD ‘THE TALK’

IT’S TIME WE HAD ‘THE TALK’

🕔15:54, 20.Oct 2017

Pete Spiller, Jarrod Cady and Kevin Borras announce Thinking Highways’ exciting media partnership with the most innovative transportation event of 2017   “It’s time we had the talk.” Did hearing that sentence make your heart race? It’s a phrase that usually

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CHAIN OF COMMAND

CHAIN OF COMMAND

🕔15:49, 20.Oct 2017

Dr Klaus Schmitz and Wolf-Dieter Hoppe provide a manufacturers’ guide to predicting and preparing for the future of mobility Just a scan of the daily news headlines reveals there is no denying that regulators the world over are focused on finding

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LEGISLATE TO ACCUMULATE

LEGISLATE TO ACCUMULATE

🕔15:44, 20.Oct 2017

Stuart Young reports as the House of Lords looks to accelerate driverless opportunities for the UK A report by The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee has warned that the UK risks missing out on the benefits of driverless vehicles

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COME TOGETHER: How to open new ITS frontiers through synergies

COME TOGETHER: How to open new ITS frontiers through synergies

🕔15:40, 20.Oct 2017

Many ITS markets have to contend with budget shrinkages. This shrinkage is compounded as continuing rapid urbanisation puts pressure on public sector funding. Budgets are often prioritized for social services such as housing, education and medical services. ITS South Africa

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION: Connected vehicles in urban areas

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION: Connected vehicles in urban areas

🕔15:31, 20.Oct 2017

Mark Cartwright presents the key points of the CIMEC project Roadmap for Cooperative-Intelligent Transport Systems It’s 2019, and you’ve just collected your new car. The online brochure has promised you lots of exciting new services to make your life as a

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ORBITAL MECHANICS

ORBITAL MECHANICS

🕔15:19, 20.Oct 2017

To realize the promise and potential of the Connected Car, automakers need to embrace satellite technology, insists Greg Ewert   There are millions of connected cars already on today’s roads and highways offering a range of services to vehicle owners, from

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