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Edge computing offers opportunities in transport

Rabih Arzouni, chief technology officer for Transport, Fujitsu EMEIA, says that the rise in connected devices will change our lives, but to process all the data they’ll generate, we need to rethink how we configure and use resources in the cloud. (more…)

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Airports are miniature smart cities where autonomous equipment will prosper

Airports have, over time, evolved into more than just transit hubs, and many major airports today bear a striking resemblance to self-contained cities. As Johan Fagerberg, co-founder of Berg Insight says, these microcosms feature everything from restaurants and retail outlets to waste collection and traffic management, (more…)

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Who should pay for automated cars’ road infrastructure and where’s the ROI?

Stefano Gastaut, CEO, Vodafone IoT, talked to Annie Turner about 5G, transport megatrends, timing, looking east instead of west for innovation at scale, and national priorities. (more…)

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Distributed ledger technology is transforming the future of mobility

Data is an inescapable byproduct of mobility in future. Distributed ledger – blockchain –technology can secure and monetise it and transform the way we move around our world, writes Joe Christopherson, CMO & co-founder, Atlas City. (more…)

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AI in transport could harm women if data excludes them

Annie Turner explains why AI must not only reflect the world as perceived by those who create it if transport is going to become for everybody in the era of automated vehicles. (more…)

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Automotive industry struggles to navigate cybersecurity issues

New research highlights the gap between automotive manufacturers’ security capabilities and their desire to address cybersecurity issues, writes Matan Scharf, senior security solutions manager at Synopsys. (more…)

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Americans speed ahead with Cellular-V2X, but we’re in the EU Woe-Fi lane

Some evil genius IoT (Internet of Things) developer at the UK’s Highways Agency has got it in for me. As soon as I change lanes in a traffic jam, it instantly slows down. Or maybe it’s the hidden hand of the European Union, argues freelance technology writer and professional sceptic, Nick Booth. (more…)

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Case Study: Video surveillance storage drives increased passenger safety and cost savings for city bus lines

For many public transportation providers, video surveillance has become essential to meeting their #1 priority of passenger safety. However, getting real-time access to video data can be particularly difficult when the cameras are installed on moving vehicles. (more…)

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How IoT technology can be leveraged by the emergency vehicles industry

Gion Baker, CEO at Vodafone Automotive, explains how existing and evolving technologies will improve the efficiency and efficacy of our emergency services’ vehicles and their crews in the near future. (more…)

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End-to-end testing for the IoT ecosystem and the importance of multistage validation

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an intelligent technology between the real and the digital world. It is a system of interconnected devices which have the ability to collect and transfer data over a network beyond manual interference. (more…)

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