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Queensland connected vehicle pilot aims to pave the way for cities and other states

Queensland connected vehicle pilot aims to pave the way for cities and other states

The Australian city of Ipswich has fitted up to 500 cars with Cohda Wireless on-board units allowing them to communicate with each other and with roadside infrastructure.

German city uses V2X to give firefighters a green light

German city uses V2X to give firefighters a green light

Ludwigsburg is using Cohda Wireless’s V2X technology to enable fire trucks and rescue service teams to get to accidents and emergencies faster, potentially saving more lives.

Next-gen pedestrian crossing aims to use IoT to improve safety

Next-gen pedestrian crossing aims to use IoT to improve safety

Applied Information’s system uses a combination of technologies to create an active safety zone that encourages pedestrians and drivers to be more alert.

Israeli tech companies partner to reduce accidents

Israeli tech companies partner to reduce accidents

NoTraffic and Eye-Net Mobile are joining forces to enable communication between drivers and city infrastructure to assist at blind spots and increase safety at intersections.

Chinese city unveils autonomous urban road project

Chinese city unveils autonomous urban road project

Yancheng in the Jiangsu province is home to Human Horizons’ open urban road test, which simulates and integrates complex and detailed real-life traffic scenarios

BlackBerry launches security credential system to build trust into smart cities

BlackBerry launches security credential system to build trust into smart cities

BlackBerry’s service is free to automakers and public offices undertaking smart cities and connected vehicle pilots