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  • shutterstock_545763607.jpg TRA 2018: Vienna conference highlightsDigitalisation of transport systems, the regulation of new technologies and more charging points for electric vehicles in cities were among the talking points at this year's Transport Research Arena...
  • Russia - Fig 3.jpg Russia 2018 World Cup: ITS can win itTeams and supporters will cover vast distances in Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Stephane Clauss from Sony Europe's Image Sensing Solutions division examines how the latest camera technologies...
  • AM54836.jpg Joining the dots: four ways to help cities make the connectionSmoothing the path to connected transportation systems in urban areas all round the world takes a lot of planning: Cisco's Kyle Connor lays out the four key areas on which he thinks cities should...
  • WIM pic 1.jpg On-road and in-vehicle are not in competitionThe integrity and accuracy of data that can be verified by weigh-in-motion technology has been improving for decades and the range of WIM applications is increasing at a tremendous pace. Chris...
  • itsi17ind17visionanprCitySync50.jpg New ANPR solutions overcome variablesThe sheer range of variables makes it difficult to find a single algorithm to ensure a 100% standard of ANPR. David Crawford investigates new processing technology. Automatic number plate recognition...
  • From location charging for trucks to passenger vehicles tolling, user pays is highly likel.jpg ACE report: private sector and user-pay for English roadsIt's one minute to midnight for funding England's roads, according to a timely new report - and the clock's big hand is pointing to some form of user-pay solution, reports David Arminas. Is there any...
  • Powerful compenents.jpg The rise of V2X: it's time for ITS to put up the shields in cyberspaceTraffic management has largely been shielded from the sort of malicious hacking that is commonplace in other industries but with billions of connected devices in the world it won't stay that way,...
  • TNCs - Lyft pic 1.jpg Lyft, Uber have mixed impact on San Fran mobilityThe extent to which ride-hailing has become a real force in the mobility landscape of San Francisco is great for consumers but there are downsides, a report finds. Andrew Stone takes a look. Uber...
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