Intelligent Transportation Systems ITS
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) are fast becoming a top priority for departments of transportation. The implementation of new technology on roadways and the adaptation of existing infrastructure to V2V and V2I development is a crucial topic for all members of the transportation community. This is the TM&E portal to this segment.
The city's updated planning document tasks its partners to develop and deploy autonomous mobility options
The communities are getting funding from Georgia Tech researchers for connected and autonomous vehicle technology projects
The city is planning to work with a private sector partner to build off its current smart city network
The three-year project will complement automated and connected vehicle tests along the 33 Smart Mobility Corridor
Yesterday boasted a full schedule of sessions, tech demonstrations, and chatter on the expo floor.
The first full day of the 2018 ITS America Annual Meeting in Detroit has come and gone, and with it some interesting stuff and also some undue frustration.
Dallas makes upgrades to traffic management system
The HNTB survey indicates that most Americans do not believe AVs to be safer than vehicles operated by people
The research focuses on connections between vehicles and other vehicles, infrastructure and pedestrians to advance smart cities and autonomous driving
The decision comes a few months after one of the company's self-driving cars was involved in a fatal crash in Tempe
The road system uses fiber optic sensors inside the pavement to detect roadway conditions in real time
The system will aggregate data from sources across the city so that it can be available to the public
The executive order provides guidelines for researchers to follow in the testing process for autonomous vehicles
That technology will allow the county’s traffic control center to interact with traffic signals and cameras along local roads
A California-based tech company is partnering with local authorities in the region to bring the self-driving vehicle service to area residents
The automated vehicle service would fill a transportation gap between downtown Providence and Olneyville in Rhode Island
Defense Department officials are pushing to roll out self-driving vehicles for the Army before they come to U.S. roadways
Utah breaks new ground with connected vehicles
Vehicle-to-infrastructure is not coming soon; it’s already here