Connected technology is ushering in a new era of “Smart Cities,” which promises to improve the quality of life for billions of people around the world. Smart cities—which are using technology to make urban areas safer, more efficient, and more livable—represent the transformative power of the Internet of Things (IoT). Now, as the new 5G […]
Long haul. Regional, local and logistical delivery. Truck drivers and the general public. Autonomous, connected, and new mobility platforms are taking center stage in trucking companies large and small. Ross Froat, Director of Engineering and Information Technology at the American Trucking Associations, talks about how these new technologies are front-and-center for an industry that brings […]
Some 60 percent of fatal car accidents occur on rural roads and there is a role for pop-up LTE communications, drones, and geofencing in managing the safety of road networks in remote areas. Despite some of the lowest road casualty rates in the world, road safety remains a priority in Britain. Every year, around […]
Mcity. It may be a mock city proving ground for connected and autonomous vehicles but what is taking place there, and around Ann Arbor, is making the use of these technologies real, including a new testing system for evaluating the safety of autonomous vehicles. Carrie Morton is Deputy Director of this amazing research facility and […]
Courtney Ehrlichman—a leader in intelligent and new mobility systems, founder of The Ehrlichman Group, and co-founder of RoadBotics—joined us at the 2019 Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting for this episode of POLICYSMART.
The transportation industry is changing; automation, connectivity, data flow, electrification, and advancement of sensors are the future. In this week’s episode of POLICYSMART, Catherine McCullough, CEO of Intelligent Car Coalition, discusses how transportation is more than just a car moving people from point A to point B.