ALP.Lab seeks to deliver real-life data on complex traffic situations to test the capabilities of the autonomous driving systems, and help enable solutions to reduce accidents and improve traffic flows.
Foot traffic monitoring specialist The Indoor Lab partnered with lidar company Cepton to provide anonymised, 3D tracking of people that claims to improve the usability, safety and cleanliness of large spaces.
Lidar sensors have been integrated with traffic signals in Reno to detect, count and track pedestrians, cyclists and traffic to help improve traffic analytics, congestion management and pedestrian safety.
At the Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park in Shanghai, Human Horizons is using 5G, V2X communication, big data, cloud computing, LiDAR technology and artificial intelligence (AI) to “realise an ecosystem of autonomous driving”.
FIWARE CEO Ulrich Ahle speaks to Graeme Neill about how the Smart Cities for Germany programme is helping the country’s poor track record on digitising services and how the battle for public opinion on open-source has been won.