V2X, or Vehicle to Everything communication, enables vehicles to communicate with each other and their environment. V2X is about knowing ahead without visibility. Unlike traditional sensors which try to replicate a sense we already have, such as vision, V2X adds a whole new dimension to human and machine perception. This sensor is capable of seeing around corners and beyond any obstruction in a radius of up to one mile.
Pécsike is one of the new innovations in Pécs, it opened its services for the public in June 19th of 2019.
The main goal of Pécsike is “that as many people as possible use the bikes as part of their daily life, thus reducing the air pollution, traffic jams and noise of the city. In addition, the main goal is to make this effective and environmentally-friendly alternative more popular among travellers in the city centre.”
Kenyan bus service operator Matatu has introduced a contactless payments pilot in Nairobi to help accelerate deployment of cashless fare collection in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The eventual goal is to drive contactless payments across the entire Matatu bus service, which is a dominant transport mode across the country, and could see up to 10,000 buses become cashless.
Iteris has been awarded a four-year, task order based on-call professional services contract from the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners for a regional smart mobility and safety initiative, representing continued demand for Iteris’ specialized consulting services and software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions in a key geographic market.
RoadWay is a pavement condition rating feature for Roadbotics' online road assessment platform. The HD-PCI (high-definition pavement situation index) is intended to help government officials make informed pavement management decisions, including pothole and other road repairs.
Traffic congestion has a tremendous cost whether measured by lost productivity, environmental pollution, social equity, or just plain frustration. People keep moving to cities, but building new infrastructure is difficult and expensive.
Velocia is an app that rewards travelers for not driving alone, using resources that already exist. They place humans—rather than technology—at the center of their smart mobility solutions.
WIShelter platform includes the ability for users to upload and digitally certify the results of their COVID-19 test facilitating international travel proving that they are not infected with the COVID-19.
The WIShelter platform streamlines security clearance at border controls and simplifies the process of international entry resulting in reduced risk and improved passenger experience, not only at airports but at tourism destinations as well.
At LogLine, they are committed to cycling and livable cities, their aim to make data on urban cycling available to as many developers, operators and designers as possible to make transport facilities safer and more usable. The developed device can measure the position, speed and wheelbase (which allows the vehicles to be distinguished) of the passing cyclist or other vehicle in the cross-section of the road. The system can be installed quickly without damaging the pavement, and also provides the possibility of real-time data monitoring and web display.
New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and the Transit Innovation Partnership are testing an audio wayfinding technology that allows blind and low-vision bus riders to locate bus stops and track bus arrivals.
Mária Valéria Bike is a bicycle-sharing system across two countries existing on Esztergom and Sturovo. There are 14 collection stations in the two cities, with a total of 60 traditional and 45 electric bicycles available.
The system is compatible with the pioneer Esztergom Bicycle (ebi) bicycles, established in 2013. The two systems consist a total of 20 stations and 165 bicycles.