A recent yearlong crash prevention pilot program using AI resulted in a 17% reduction of crashes along a stretch of I-15 in Las Vegas
AI also will be under discussion
Connected vehicle research develops vehicle prioritization applications
Showcase attendees were invited to participate in on-road demonstrations that took place along I-80 and at the Archer Complex in Laramie County
State and local agencies are partnering with the University of Arizona in the matter
The demonstrations were part of the THEA Connected Vehicle Pilot
The multi-lane track will make it the only high-speed autonomous vehicle testing facility in the southeastern U.S.
Prevention and protection of V2I infrastructure against cyberattacks
How Detroit’s effort to improve traffic led to the world’s smartest intersections
At no cost to the city, the real-time traffic signal information systems will allow drivers to make smarter decisions
The newly implemented tech is part of the agency’s RoadX program
The technology can notify first responders when a car runs off the road
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.
The research focuses on connections between vehicles and other vehicles, infrastructure and pedestrians to advance smart cities and autonomous driving
The road system uses fiber optic sensors inside the pavement to detect roadway conditions in real time
Utah breaks new ground with connected vehicles
Vehicle-to-infrastructure is not coming soon; it’s already here
A memorandum of understanding opens the door for the city and university to work together on smart transportation projects
The multi-step action plan will go into effect immediately