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  • Credit card security Cybercrime is not a remote threat for toll operationsThe rise of cybercrime is starting to impact tolling concessions, as Colin Sowman discovers. Yahoo's revelation that it has taken two years to discover that it had suffered a security breach...
  • real-world testing on the camp avatar Texas A&M offer free campus transport testingFree evaluation and testing of transportation systems and products might seem too good to be true - but it isn't. Colin Sowman reports. Texas A&M University is offering to host transport technology...
  • University of Michigan Mcity Ertico coordinates big data debateDavid Crawford finds that agreeing a common data standard for auto manufacturers' onboard sensors, navigation system companies and map makers is proving a complex task.
  •  Asecap event in madrid Asecap debates the future of tollingColin Sowman reports form Asecap's Study & Information Days event in Madrid. At Asecap's (the Association of European Toll Road Operators) recent Study and Information Days event there was no doubt...
  •  Lorry on Highway On a WIM a global view of weigh in motionQ-Free's Andrew Lees looks at regional characteristics and technology trends in the global Weigh-In-Motion market. The principles of Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) are well established. Data derived from...
  • Enforcement High speed WIM trial site High-speed WIM moves onto the main highwayHigh-speed weigh-in-motion is starting to make its mark on both sides of the Atlantic. As a transit country the Czech Republic experiences a large number of overloaded vehicles, which greatly...
  • V2V Vehicle Automation Sorting myth from reality in vehicle automationBob Denaro looks beyond the hype surrounding autonomous vehicles to the challenges that still need to be overcome. Automated vehicles (AVs) may be the perfect storm in a positive way - with the...
  • DVPRC and its Nadir view Avatar Intersection monitoring from video using 3D reconstructionResearchers Yuting Yang, Camillo Taylor and Daniel Lee have developed a system to turn surveillance cameras into traffic counters. Traffic information can be collected from existing inexpensive...
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