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Cohda trial proves C-ITS can work in tunnels
Connected cars require uninterrupted signals to ensure driving safety. Going underground creates problems but a trial in Norway suggests that there might be light at the end of the tunnel
As connectivity becomes increasingly important for transportation in particular for connected and autonomous vehicles (C/AVs) - the problem of 'blackspots' and dead zones where signals fail or drop out is...
Utah DoT and Panasonic get connected
Utah is making smart roadways a priority and has entered a partnership with Panasonic to move things forward. Adam Hill asks Utah DoT to outline where the state is heading
Utah Department of Transportation (UDoT) has form when it comes to connectivity. It built the first operational connected vehicle corridor in the US and has now joined up with Panasonic to extend its operation.
USDoT's NETT is welcome but Toyota unhappy at V2X development
The US Department of Transportation has announced a new council to champion emerging mobility tech but one car manufacturer is currently not feeling that such support is everything it might be
The announcement of a brand new body to champion autonomous vehicles (AVs) - among other innovations is a potentially welcome development for mobility and transit providers. Elaine L. Chao, US...