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  • TelliQ acquires part of Swedish GPS tech firmSwedish telematics company TelliQ has acquired part of GPS tech firm Axtech in a move which it says increases its customer base by 20%. TelliQ will take over the Axtech's RedKnow Driver Log,... 17 September 2019
  • Ertico reveals new ITS event for 2020 in RussiaErtico ITS Europe has announced it is to hold the first-ever Central Eastern European Congress next year. Hosted by the city of Kazan, in south-west Russia, the event will focus on cooperation with... 17 September 2019
  • Inrix: micromobility could replace half of US metro car tripsNearly 50% of all car trips in the most congested US metropolitan areas are less than three miles and could be replaced by micromobility services, says Inrix. The company analysed data points from... 16 September 2019
  • Wyoming develops open-source RSU monitoring appA connected vehicle project in the US state of Wyoming has developed an open-source application to allow third parties to monitor safety along the I-80 highway. The Wyoming Department of... 16 September 2019
  • BlackBerry to provide tech for Jaguar's connected vehiclesBlackBerry has extended its agreement with Jaguar Land Rover to provide artificial intelligence and machine learning technology for the automakers connected vehicles. BlackBerry says it will use... 16 September 2019
  • Volocopter raises €50m for air taxi launchVolocopter has raised €50 million to help commercially launch its VoloCity air taxi within the next few years. Automotive company Zhejiang Geely Holding led the funding round and is partnering... 16 September 2019
  • 'Quarter of crashes' caused by distraction, says FIA Region 2FIA Region 2 has warned that a driver only has to be distracted for two seconds to cause a crash. The FIA's data suggests that to 25% of road crashes are due to distraction, with up to 30% of total... 13 September 2019
  • NACTO releases 'blueprint' for AVs in citiesAutonomous vehicles (AVs) must be part of future transport policies which prioritise efficiency and fairness, according to senior transport executives in the US and Canada. The second edition of the... 13 September 2019
  • UK organisations disagree on smart motorway 'dangers'A spat over how dangerous the UK's all lane running (ALR) or 'smart' motorways are has broken out between Highways England and a leading motoring organisation. Smart motorways do not have hard... 13 September 2019
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