Maria Valeria Bike

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.


RoadBotics empowers communities to make objective, data-driven decisions about their roads and infrastructure. They automate inspections and generate actionable data about road networks, including identification of individual distresses like potholes and alligator cracking. Their detailed maps, unbiased ratings, and practical tools save time and taxpayer dollars for hundreds of communities across the country and around the world.

Park 915 application

Park 915 provides a much better user experience, showing people in real time exactly where the available parking spots are in the city so that people can avoid the areas with no parking and drive directly to the streets where there are open spots, saving time and frustration. The new app allows users to pay right from their phones and receive alerts when the parking sessions are about to expire.

Iowa data bike

The Iowa Data Bike is a proof-of-concept initiative by the Des Moines Area MPO in partnership with the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. Using an app that senses the roughness of pavement, the Data Bike will generate data scoring the condition of trails. The Data Bike will also collect 360-degree imagery along trails for Google Street View.

Curiosity Lab

Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners is a publicly funded living lab designed to provide a real world test environment to advance next generation intelligent mobility and smart city technology.

Located within a 500 acre technology park where 7500 people work and more than 1000 people live, Curiosity Lab provides unique infrastructure and a supportive government to facilitate innovation.

Early stage startups, universities and established companies are all welcome to join their innovation ecosystem.

Mobile ticketing in Japan

Masabi, the company bringing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) ticketing and payments to public transport, and Jorudan, Japan’s leading trip planning service, announced that they have launched mobile ticketing within the Jorudan app. More than 10 million users throughout Japan are now able to plan their journey, book their seats and buy Syoei Express Bus tickets directly from Jorudan’s Norikae Annai app and then use their phone to ride bus services. Jorudan will also be adding ticketing for further transport operators in the coming months.

Smart buses

The city of Kigali in Rwanda has been rolling out smart buses that offer 4G Wi-Fi,  a Tap and Go card that facilitates cashless payment system.  The cashless system in turn helps to reduce the problems of queues and waiting time.

This cashless system of payment was made created by the AC Group a  Rwandan payments company that facilitate solutions driving a cashless economy. 


GuraRide is a public bike-share (PBS) transport system company commited to the sustainability of Micro-Mobility in Africa. Tehir goal is the migration of transportation using innovating technology from fossil fuel-based to other renewable low carbon transport options. GuraRide brings the benefits of vibrants and unique technological changes taking over the transport industries across the world. They combine smart bikes, electric scooters and electric bikes sharing in a single app to enable our users choose their ride preference.

Connected vehicle environment

During this pilot program, devices called “on-board units” will be installed on public and private vehicles to allow vehicles to talk to each other and receive in-car alerts like blind spot detection or rear end collision warning. The on-board units also allow vehicles to talk to traffic signals and other roadway infrastructure to provide in-car alerts like red light violation warning. The alerts will give drivers advanced warning of potential hazards or safety concerns so they can slow down or take other precautionary measures.