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How edge computing will drive intelligent transportation

How edge computing will drive intelligent transportation

Fujitsu EMEIA’s Rabih Arzouni explores how edge computing will bring breakthroughs in areas such as journey planning, to take smart routing to another level.

London public transport information rolled out in Uber app

London public transport information rolled out in Uber app

Travellers can now plan and see their public transport journey with real-time information and end-to-end directions on one screen.

Drones pose cyber-security and privacy threats, says report

Drones pose cyber-security and privacy threats, says report

Without new safeguards, the growing use of drones in populated areas brings significant risks that could result in attacks by "malicious entities"

Assessing the challenges of widespread MaaS adoption

Assessing the challenges of widespread MaaS adoption

Fujitsu’s Rabih Arzouni examines key challenges for MaaS: connectivity, collaboration and governance

UK on track to have fully self-driving cars on roads by 2021

UK on track to have fully self-driving cars on roads by 2021

The UK government has announced that a process is being developed to support advanced trials of automated vehicles which pass rigorous safety assessments

Predicting the future of transport

Predicting the future of transport

New technologies and operational efficiencies are expected to improve travel experiences for consumers across the country, predicts Fujitsu