December 30, 2021
Cop26 in Glasgow has been and gone. There was lots to criticise: the private jets, the greenwashing, the blah-blah-blah...
December 28, 2021
The combination of machine learning, deep neural networks and computer vision provides opportunities to address in new ways an increasing range of…
December 23, 2021
When coronavirus hit, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission made its long-planned e-tolling system permanent; this made sense, but it was still a…
December 21, 2021
A report on the sharing of data to improve mobility has come up with a policy framework for the industry. Susanna Zammataro, director general of the…
December 20, 2021
Arguably, air pollution is one of the greatest challenges facing our world today. It impacts people, economies and the environment. It is clear that…
December 17, 2021
The days of Amazon just selling books may be long, long gone – but Randy Iwasaki of Amazon Web Services tells Adam Hill why the ability to tell…
December 16, 2021
The Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act has been passed, garnering applause across the political spectrum – but not everyone is excited. Scott…
December 14, 2021
Given a growing body of evidence that EVs are not the clean, green machines they are made out to be, Andrew Bunn suggests they can only be part of…
November 30, 2021
How can a highway devoid of traffic provide data suggesting it is filled with vehicles crawling along? Michael Vardi of Valerann provides an insight…
November 16, 2021
As many as 84 million vehicles worldwide may have tyres which are improperly inflated or in poor condition, which has a significant effect on road…