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SMART SKILLS FOR SMARTER MOTORWAYS

SMART SKILLS FOR SMARTER MOTORWAYS

🕔15:34, 17.Feb 2017

The UK’s proliferation of smart motorway schemes has generated one all-important question: what if there aren’t enough skilled engineers to deliver the projects? Joe Wilson suggests that a team effort is what is needed   Following the UK Government’s announcement of

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A DEAD END?

A DEAD END?

🕔15:08, 17.Feb 2017

Simon Benfield on the multiple benefits brought to road users by the implementation of Smart Motorways All-lane running Smart Motorways: a natural and logical evolution of the dynamic hard shoulder-running Managed Motorways, or sacrificing the safety of road users on

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Graph Explaining Relationship Between Ride-Sharing and Autonomous Cars

Graph Explaining Relationship Between Ride-Sharing and Autonomous Cars

🕔12:28, 15.Feb 2016

Everyone is trying to position themselves to take advantage of autonomous cars. Companies from Tesla to General Motors to Uber are all including autonomous cars in their plans and with good reason. As the technology develops, electric vehicles, ride-sharing, and

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(RE-) Enter the Entrepreneur

(RE-) Enter the Entrepreneur

🕔13:09, 11.Feb 2016

Smart and Connected transportation is innovating, evolving and transforming faster and in more complex ways than ever before. However, a few have stepped up to lead it, with a little help from their friends, as David Pickeral elucidates Picking up from

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Opportunity Plus Preparation Equals… ITS Success

Opportunity Plus Preparation Equals… ITS Success

🕔12:58, 11.Feb 2016

Tip Franklin and Jorgen Pedersen on why the ITS sector has to make hay while the sun shines – and it’s shining now As it has been from the beginning of the ITS movement, technical development is always easier to achieve

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Friend or Foe… or Both?

Friend or Foe… or Both?

🕔12:51, 11.Feb 2016

Are autonomous and connected vehicles aggressors or allies, asks Yogesh Gautam Automakers are making steady progress in bringing autonomous vehicles to market. Google and several OEMs – Ford, Nissan, GM, Tesla, and Volvo – have promised autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles by

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Reverting to Hype

Reverting to Hype

🕔12:39, 11.Feb 2016

What Gartner teaches us about the Autonomous Vehicle, by Bern Grush and John Niles Much is written about the expectations for autonomous vehicle technology. The attention is deserved. Surely the switch from driver to driverless is as remarkable as was the

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Connectivity, Proximity, Mobility

Connectivity, Proximity, Mobility

🕔12:23, 11.Feb 2016

ITS Canada CEO Rob Shirra looks forward to his organisation’s yearly coming together ITS Canada is pleased to announce that our 2016 Annual Conference and Exhibition will be held on 1-4 May 2016 in Calgary, Alberta at the Coast Plaza Hotel

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Trust, but Verify

Trust, but Verify

🕔12:04, 11.Feb 2016

Michael Irvin on the evolving role of video detection to video surveillance “Trust, but verify,” President Reagan’s favorite Russian proverb continues to be sound advice we all should embrace – even traffic control managers. Yet how does one verify that

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The Future Is Now

The Future Is Now

🕔11:58, 11.Feb 2016

Joe Averkamp on how the opening of Michigan’s Mcity represents a significant leap forward in the development of automated and connected vehicles The grand opening of Mcity on 20 July 2015 marked a favorable start for the future of the

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