Thinking Highways Europe/Rest of the World edition is online now!
The October edition of Thinking Highways Europe/Rest of the World edition is available to view now with printed copies arriving this week. In this issue we continue the North America edition’s theme of co-operative automated vehicles with four related pieces.
Paul Hutton talks to five experts in the field of vehicle automation and asks how long the world will have to wait until self-driving cars are commonplace, Christine Colaner goes behind the scenes at the world-renowned University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute to see how the facility is transforming the notion of driving, TRL’s Dr Nick Reed wonders whether we can get personal in self-driving cars while Andy Graham questions the marketplace’s readiness for the automated car.
Louise Smyth makes her Thinking Highways debut with an excellent piece in which she asks the enforcement sector about how far it has come in terms of intelligent enforcement deployment, while Mike Hayward takes a considered look at EETS, the European Electronic Toll Service.
David Hytch makes some very interesting points in his article about smart conurbations and Ricardo-AEA’s Jonathan Perks queries our cities readiness for the most extreme weather conditions.
In this issue:
- Co-operative automated vehicles
- Intelligent enforcement
- Smart conurbations
- Climate change
- Big Data
- Smart Sensors
There’s plenty more thought-provoking and fascinating stories in this issue – so click on the cover below and dive in!