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Tool tells drivers when it is safe to use automated features

Tool tells drivers when it is safe to use automated features

RoadCheck from TomTom enables carmakers to use its high-definition map data to define the operational design domain of their vehicles’ automated driving functions.

Interest in smart street lighting triples in US cities

Interest in smart street lighting triples in US cities

The largest 314 cities in the US are converting to LED, according to the Northeast Group, which projects that the country will invest $8.2bn in street light modernisation over the next decade.

HERE and Verizon partner for 5G-enabled safety and navigation

HERE and Verizon partner for 5G-enabled safety and navigation

The partners say the combination of their capabilities paves the way for a more “precise” future.

LA launches PPP to steer mobility innovation

LA launches PPP to steer mobility innovation

Urban Movement Labs aims to unite government, business, academics and residents around new mobility solutions for the city.

Verizon and NEC use existing fibre cables to collect traffic and road data

Verizon and NEC use existing fibre cables to collect traffic and road data

Cities may be able to avoid ripping up roads to install new technology and use what’s already there. The approach could have applications in public safety, infrastructure-monitoring and more.

Boston bolsters bid to become most technologically advanced city

Boston bolsters bid to become most technologically advanced city

The city has signed an update agreement with Verizon to expand the local wireless network as well as collaborate on smart city applications