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  • Vehicle-mounted MARWIS Lufft's MARWIS moves weatherA mobile road weather sensor is providing authorities with new options for monitoring road conditions and winter maintenance operations. Road and traffic engineers know the vulnerable points in their...
  • 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...
  • Scott Belcher 5.9GHz debate America's legislature to consider the future of 5.9GHzColin Sowman catches up with the latest moves in the 5.9GHz exclusivity debate. The Wi-Fi Innovation Act, recently introduced to both the US Senate and its House of Representatives, moves into a new...
  • Dr Ben Ali App Pile-up prompts Gulf States to counter fog menaceDavid Crawford investigates a promising development to counter the problem of fog in the Gulf States. Despite being a largely desert area with low rainfall, fog is a major driving hazard in countries...
  • Idaho RWIS site at Highland Valley Summit Idaho adds human dimension to winter savingsIdaho leverages the increased capability and reliability of its road weather sensor network to reduce costs and prevent accidents. Weather-related accidents can form a significant chunk of an...
  • Breakdown graph on road projects last 10 years Confusing funding and financing can be costlyTolling may be the way forward for paying for the roads of the future - but where will concessionaires find the money and do they need funding or financing? Increasingly, governments around the...
  • ASECAP's new president √ėyvind Halleraker ASECAP examines tolling during downturnsASECAP debated the impact of the financial crises on Europe's tolling companies and considered the future in diverse economies. Colin Sowman picks some of the highlights. This year ASECAP...
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