GM partnering with Telogis to help customers manage fleet vehicles

GM partnering with Telogis to help customers manage fleet vehicles

🕔16:07, 6.Mar 2014

General Motors is partnering with Telogis, Inc. to provide fleet customers a one-of-a-kind telematics solution that provides actionable data to help control costs, increase safety and enhance fleet operations. Telogis is integrating its location intelligence platform with GM’s OnStar’s proprietary

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Cubic appoint new Senior Vice President/General Manager, CTS North and South America

Cubic appoint new Senior Vice President/General Manager, CTS North and South America

🕔15:28, 6.Mar 2014

Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS), a integrator of information technology and payment systems and services for public transportation, this week announced that Matt Newsome has been promoted to senior vice president and general manager of CTS North and South America.  He replaces

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TomTom integrates indoor mapping with Micello partnership

TomTom integrates indoor mapping with Micello partnership

🕔16:38, 5.Mar 2014

TomTom has announced a strategic partnership with worldwide indoor mapping leader, Micello Inc., extending its range of mapping products to include indoor venues. Integrating Micello’s maps and venue content gives TomTom’s business customers access to accurate pedestrian friendly indoor maps

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Applied Traffic to launch ‘Bat-Box’ monitoring system at Intertraffic 2014

Applied Traffic to launch ‘Bat-Box’ monitoring system at Intertraffic 2014

🕔15:43, 5.Mar 2014

British traffic & vehicle monitoring solutions company, Applied Traffic, is launching its latest innovation in traffic data collection, the Bat-Box, at this year’s Intertraffic exhibition in Amsterdam (25-28 March). The Bat-Box is an inconspicuous device, which is easy to install,

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DoT spends £5.3 billion on new traffic control system for Abu Dhabi

DoT spends £5.3 billion on new traffic control system for Abu Dhabi

🕔17:39, 4.Mar 2014

The Department of Transport, DoT, in Abu Dhabi, has commenced work on the £5.3 billion adaptive traffic control central system project in Abu Dhabi, which is expected to be completed by early 2015. The project will deploy the new traffic

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Eco-driving can slash fuel bills by up to 25%, says UK charity

Eco-driving can slash fuel bills by up to 25%, says UK charity

🕔15:56, 4.Mar 2014

A Hampshire road safety charity has launched a new campaign to help drivers slash their fuel bills by up to 25 per cent. The Daily Echo-backed Blue Lamp Trust has started a major new eco-driving course that aims to help

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TfL publishes world’s first transport health action plan

TfL publishes world’s first transport health action plan

🕔17:48, 3.Mar 2014

Transport for London (TfL) has published the world’s first transport health action plan, which sets out how it is working to improve the health of people in London. As the capital’s integrated transport authority, TfL keeps London moving, contributing to

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Minister praises Milton Keynes Open University’s contribution to MK:SMART

Minister praises Milton Keynes Open University’s contribution to MK:SMART

🕔16:32, 3.Mar 2014

The Minister of State (Cities & Constitution) Rt Hon Greg Clark MP has praiseed Milton Keynes Open University’s involvement in MK:SMART. As the Minister responsible for cities and co-chair of the Smart Cities Forum, he has a keen interest in

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Indian students develop smart traffic control system

Indian students develop smart traffic control system

🕔16:13, 3.Mar 2014

Two fourth-year students in the Electronics and Communication Department of India’s VIT University – Achintaya and Raghav Gupta, have indigenously developed a traffic management system called ‘VIT Subway Project’ under the guidance of J Kathirvelan, Assistant Professor (Sr), MEMS &

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Clever water stop sign prevents tunnel crashes in Australia

Clever water stop sign prevents tunnel crashes in Australia

🕔15:47, 3.Mar 2014

Faced with truck drivers not heeding warnings when their tractor trailers were too tall to enter the Sydney Harbour Tunnel, officials turned to a company called Laservision to put an end to these costly crashes that were not only closing

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