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Smart pods, regenerative braking and personal air vehicles: Future smart mobility visions on show at CES 2020

Smart pods, regenerative braking and personal air vehicles: Future smart mobility visions on show at CES 2020

Hyundai will put forward its ’human-centred’ mobility solution for cities at the Las Vegas technology show, while Segway-Ninebot claims its new products go ’beyond micro-mobility’.

Government shared mobility initiatives driving MaaS market

Government shared mobility initiatives driving MaaS market

P&S Intelligence highlights the growing emphasis on the public mobility model over vehicle ownership to minimise traffic congestion and pollution.

Continental launches smart intersections with wrong-way driver detection in Michigan

Continental launches smart intersections with wrong-way driver detection in Michigan

The hub in Auburn Hills features a range of technology aimed at increasing safety at intersections, improving traffic flow and reducing pollution.

Tech providers chosen for Michigan Mobility Challenge

Tech providers chosen for Michigan Mobility Challenge

Detroiters will be able to see the technology first-hand in public demonstrations next year and book rides using a mobility-as-a-service app developed by Moovit.

O2 5G technology to be used for driverless trials in London

O2 5G technology to be used for driverless trials in London

The mobile operator has signed an agreement for its technology to be used for connected and autonomous testing at London’s Smart Mobility Living Lab.

Leveraging connectivity: Three core principles for transport operators

Leveraging connectivity: Three core principles for transport operators

Following the publication of Atos’ Digital Vision for Mobility whitepaper on the impact of digital transformation on the transport, personal mobility and logistics markets, Sunil Munsif explores the paradigm shift transport operators are facing.

Mobility technology firms announce data partnership in Nevada

Mobility technology firms announce data partnership in Nevada

Traffic management solution company Waycare will utilise connected vehicle data from Wejo to bring more accurate solutions to its existing programme in the US state.

Urban testbed recruits more forward-thinking minds

Urban testbed recruits more forward-thinking minds

The Smart Mobility Living Lab in London has added four new businesses to its Shared Research Programme to help explore, test and validate future mobility products and services.

E-bus rapid transit line opens in the Basque country

E-bus rapid transit line opens in the Basque country

The 12km line will be 100 per cent electric and will connect the French cities of Bayonne and Biarritz in 30 minutes and be operated by Keolis.

Helsinki citizens give positive feedback to 'robot' buses

Helsinki citizens give positive feedback to 'robot' buses

More than 2000 passengers have ridden on the driverless bus, including many first timers, and the majority said they felt safe and secure.