Brussels and Malmö win sustainable transport awards

Brussels and Malmö win sustainable transport awards

🕔14:37, 23.Mar 2017

The European Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc. announced the winners of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award 2016 and of the 5th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) in the area of urban freight, during an award ceremony held in Brussels on Monday.

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Smart Cambridge set to speed up ‘smart’ solutions for the region

Smart Cambridge set to speed up ‘smart’ solutions for the region

🕔16:53, 22.Mar 2017

Cambridge, UK, is set be at the centre of a leading ‘smart city region’ – combining the city’s brainpower and business might to speed up ‘smart’ solutions to congestion, air quality and other city challenges. The work of the Smart Cambridge

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Miovision Launches Game-Changing IoT Connectivity for Transportation Professionals

Miovision Launches Game-Changing IoT Connectivity for Transportation Professionals

🕔15:19, 16.Mar 2017

Miovision, a global leader in traffic systems technology, today announced Internet of Things connectivity for the highly successful Scout Platform. This technology makes it possible for traffic planners and engineers to easily access new tools and data types to make

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ATI21 Lauds President Trump’s Detroit Area Visit to Explore Self-Driving Vehicle Testbed

ATI21 Lauds President Trump’s Detroit Area Visit to Explore Self-Driving Vehicle Testbed

🕔14:21, 15.Mar 2017

The Alliance for Transportation Innovation (ATI21.org) commends the Trump Administration’s leadership to accelerate self-driving which is highlighted by tomorrow’s trip to see first-hand the American Center for Mobility at Willow Run. Willow Run is a self-driving testbed and while there,

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UK House of Lords publishes Autonomous Vehicles report

UK House of Lords publishes Autonomous Vehicles report

🕔10:48, 15.Mar 2017

The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee today publishes its report Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: The future? The report sets out recommendations for the Government to ensure it makes policy and investment decisions that enable the UK to receive

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Intel buys Mobileye in US$15 billion deal

Intel buys Mobileye in US$15 billion deal

🕔10:05, 14.Mar 2017

Intel has announced that it is to acquire Mobileye, a leader in computer vision for autonomous driving technology, for US$15.3 billion — the biggest-ever acquisition of an Israeli tech company. Under the terms of the agreement, a subsidiary of Intel will

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California set for truly driverless driverless cars

California set for truly driverless driverless cars

🕔09:48, 14.Mar 2017

The California Department of Motor Vehicles is considering new regulations to allow driverless cars without back-up drivers to be tested on its roads, according to the BBC. Currently 27 manufacturers have a permit to test autonomous vehicles in California, but State

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Traffex 2017, Europe’s Largest Dedicated Road, Traffic and Transport Event, Returns for its 28th Year

Traffex 2017, Europe’s Largest Dedicated Road, Traffic and Transport Event, Returns for its 28th Year

🕔10:46, 13.Mar 2017

With the total number of miles travelled by cars having grown to over 248 billion a year1, there has been an increased call to improve the development of technology for the UK road network, as well as focus on alternative

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Encouraging signs for MVIS and Bartco

Encouraging signs for MVIS and Bartco

🕔16:58, 10.Mar 2017

The VMS manufacturer and creator of integrated ITS solutions, Bartco UK, and sister company, Mobile Visual Information Systems (MVIS), have achieved ISO registration in quality and environmental management, supporting the ITS supply chain both at home and abroad. Bartco UK and

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SWARCO helps reduce bridge strikes at London hotspot

SWARCO helps reduce bridge strikes at London hotspot

🕔16:55, 10.Mar 2017

Six full colour full matrix electronic warning signs from SWARCO Traffic have helped Network Rail and Transport for London (TfL) to slash the number of oversized lorries hitting a notorious railway bridge on London’s South Circular by more than a third since

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