It’s not just technology that holds the key to the autonomous-vehicle revolution. Automakers, suppliers, IT companies and telecommunications service providers are hard at work to create vehicles that will, one day, take the driver out of the equation. But, before that happens, there are non-technical issues, too, that need to be addressed. By Arjen Bongard. Read More..
COPENHAGEN — Volkswagen brought its electric premium car-pooling van to the ITS World Congress here last month, providing a live example how the auto will help address growing urban traffic problems. Pollution, traffic congestion and growing urban transport inefficiency were key topics of discussion at the five-day ITS gathering, which was attended by government officials Read More..
COPENHAGEN – The ITS World Congress kicked off here Monday and Tuesday amid a general sense of optimism about the opportunities provided by new technologies to make public and private mobility smarter. At the same time, participants at the annual event focused on the barriers to implementation, setting the stage for five days of discussions Read More..
The annual ITS World Congress, a global forum to discuss smart transportation strategies, will take place in Bordeaux, France, Oct 5 – 9. The gathering, which brings together public and private transportation stakeholders, will have as its main theme:Â â€œTowards Intelligent Mobility â€“ Better Use of Space.â€ The meeting’s focus will be on the life-changing aspects Read More..