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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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Risky business

Risky business

🕔17:32, 10.Feb 2016

Claudia Cofano and Patrick Le Pense highlight the risks and dangers for road authorities to accept the reconditioning or reuse of safety barriers if damaged after impact Steel material presents excellent mechanical characteristics. As well as strength it possesses high deformation

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Coming up with the Goods

Coming up with the Goods

🕔17:23, 10.Feb 2016

Intelligent Transport Systems for Smart Urban Freight: the cities’ perspective, by Giacomo Lozzi Urban logistics aims to identify those measures favouring a balance between two conflicting elements: a freight distribution system effectively and efficiently responding to the market needs and

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More Speed, Less Haste

More Speed, Less Haste

🕔17:15, 10.Feb 2016

Lina Konstantinopoulou examines the legacy left by the iMobility Forum as the project closes after almost 14 years of promoting safe, smart, and clean mobility The iMobility Forum was established in 2002 and is chaired by the European Commission and co-chaired

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Don’t look back in anger…

Don’t look back in anger…

🕔17:05, 10.Feb 2016

Like Thinking Highways, Andy Graham has just celebrated a 10-year anniversary, having launched his White Willow consultancy in 2006. In this article he looks back on the changes to our industry, both from a professional view and as a “customer

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How to Stay Afloat

How to Stay Afloat

🕔16:59, 10.Feb 2016

Egis has developed extensive experience in dealing with large data sets for its motorway operating companies and it is therefore imperative for the company to monitor emerging trends in data management, as Owen O’Reilly reports Being able to source or gather

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