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  •  ITS Smart Cities Q-free avatar ITS sector must use less confusing industry terms says Q-FreeFor ITS to gain the recognition it deserves, Q-Free's Knut Evensen argues that the sector must have a coherent message and avoid confusing the wider community with a bewildering array of terms and...
  • Pross Stepen Glaister avatar Foundation funds research for informed campaigningITS International talks to Professor Stephen Glaister, director of the transport research and lobbying organisation, the RAC Foundation. It is through the eyes of an economist that Professor Stephen...
  • Avatar Car Parking Car parking and parked cars need not be a technological black holeDavid Crawford mines the potential of joined-up parking. Drivers conventionally see parking as an isolated, often frustrating, action; but collectively their attempts to find a space impact hugely on...
  • ITS Parking Feature ParkApp Avatar Data exploits parking potentialDavid Crawford parallel parks with innovations in two continents. Surveys of US cities indicate that drivers searching for parking can account for up to 37% of all urban traffic congestion. A 2011...
  • Parking system - Encounter recorded SCANaCAR and VideoBadge counter parking's prickly problems.Colin Sowman discovers how the latest systems can boost productivity and reduce conflict in parking enforcement. Parking enforcement is something of a 'Cinderella' service for local authorities:...
  • parking spaces in Westminster Authorities play the parking ticketHaving long been a cause of contention with their constituents, local authorities are now using parking provision to entice shoppers and reduce congestion. To say that parking, and particularly...
  • CCTV Camera The bus to IP access control has left the stationDavid Lenot examines how mass transit agencies can benefit from IP access control and the features required to ensure a sound investment. With millions of commuters relying on their services...
  • 3M tolling system 3M sees big potential in ITS sectorHaving re-entered the ITS market, 3M is busy shaping the future technology for vehicle detection, tolling and parking, as Colin Sowman discovers. Having sold off its Opticom business in 2007, 3M...
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