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  • A PSAP in Prince George County US New solutions to old problems set to cut emergency response timesDavid Crawford looks at the latest developments in emergency response. Ensuring speedier reactions to transport and travel crises is becoming increasingly important. US statistics suggest that as...
  • EGNOS GPS accuracy reliability Galileo Additional accuracy enhances ITS optionsHigh accuracy and reliability of GNSS location data is available using the EGNOS services to be ready for Galileo's expanding satellite constellation. Global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) are...
  • Singapore‚Äôs current electronic road pricing system Do satellites provide a heavenly view of tolling's future?Satellite-based tolling opens up new options for authorities and can be integrated with DSRC systems as David Crawford discovers. As the proud custodian of the European Union (EU)'s longest road...
  • ITS Feature smart cities Volvo pantograph with Richard Sebesyen Dynamic charging boosts electric vehicles' potentialWith an increasing need to use electric vehicles in city centres to reduce pollution, David Crawford looks at various solutions to power delivery. The UN's September 2014 Climate Summit has added...
  • Competition will drive the deployment of autonomous vehicles, not public policy Infrastructure and the autonomous vehicleHarold Worrall ponders the effect of autonomous vehicles on transportation infrastructure. For the last century the transportation industry has been focused on the supply of infrastructure to support...
  • Cityrunner Tram Sensor solutions cuts maintenance and emissionsThe new raft of sensor technology can provide cost savings as well as additional functionality, as David Crawford discovers. Austria's third-largest city, Linz, with a population of around 200,000,...
  • Simulation development diver automation Does ADAS create as many problems as it solvesVictoria Banks and Neville Stanton [1] of Southampton University's Transportation Research Group examine the real impact of creeping driver automation. Safety research suggests that 90% of accidents...
  • visual and audiable warnings of adverse road conditions Keeping a weather eye on road conditionsDrive C2X has shown that advanced warning of poor road conditions could cut fatalities, as David Crawford explains. Connected vehicle (CV)-based warning technologies could mean 6% fewer deaths and...
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