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  • Sweating the assetTechnological progress has done many things for the good of mankind and, as is evident from this issue of ITS International, it has become... 30 March 2012
  • Best laid plansColossal is not too bold a word to describe the scale of ITS developments currently under way in Europe. The European Commission's ITS Action Plan... 31 January 2012
  • Neutral observationsWelcome to a first edition of ITS International under a new editor - one fully aware of a need to maintain high standards. Jason Barnes is a hard act... 30 November 2011
  • Innermost thoughtsAt risk of being accused of going on like a broken record (and, perhaps, mystifying those readers of the post-vinyl generation with my choice of... 30 September 2011
  • More thought needed on ITS privacy and data protectionIt's long been the case that policy should drive technology and not the other way round. 28 September 2011
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