October 17, 2019
In her address to this year’s ITS America Annual Meeting, congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, chair of the House Subcommittee on Highways and…
October 17, 2019
The UK government has suggested that driverless cars could be on the roads by 2021. But designers and engineers are grappling with a number of…
October 9, 2019
Gulf Traffic takes place on 9-11 December in Dubai – the centre of business in the Middle East and North Africa. ITS International is the official…
September 26, 2019
Wrong-way warning systems and advanced queue detection can help to reduce human error. They can also cut road accidents – and therefore road deaths…
September 26, 2019
From Los Angeles to New Delhi, cities may have to expand their current charging infrastructure for electric vehicles by 500% in the next few years.…
September 26, 2019
Delegates at this year’s ITS World Congress in Singapore will be able to experience Mobility as a Service for themselves in the form of MobilityX’s…
September 25, 2019
From DSRC and RFID to GNSS or smartphones – which technology is ‘best’ for tolls, charging and pricing schemes? In the first of two articles, Josef…
September 25, 2019
As a US Marine, BlackBerry’s Jeff Davis saw the world’s trouble spots. But much of his attention is now focused on what he sees as the ITS sector’s…
August 30, 2019
Vision technology provider Axis Communications has set up a camera system for ATrain, which owns and operates rail services – including seven trains…
August 30, 2019
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…