Apple Want to Replace Bus Passes and Train Tickets with Mobile Apps

Apple Want to Replace Bus Passes and Train Tickets with Mobile Apps

🕔12:47, 19.Feb 2016

As anyone who lives in a big city can attest, public transit can be something of a logistical pain. Delays and overcrowding issues aside, riders always need to make sure that they not only have their transit card handy, but also

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Copenhagen’s New Traffic Light Recognizes Cyclists

Copenhagen’s New Traffic Light Recognizes Cyclists

🕔12:37, 19.Feb 2016

As far as cycling cities go, Copenhagen’s hard to beat. The 40 percent of residents who commute by bike have access to a citywide network of protected bike lanes and sleek infrastructure built just for them. But the Danish capital isn’t settling.

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Istanbul Wins Best Smart Transport Ticketing Service Award

Istanbul Wins Best Smart Transport Ticketing Service Award

🕔12:35, 19.Feb 2016

Istanbul’s smart transportation ticketing service “Istanbulkart” received the “Best Smart Card Ticketing Service” award on Wednesday at the Seventh Transport Ticketing & Passenger Information Global event held in London.With over 20 million cards in circulation and continuing growth, the Istanbulkart

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Swiftly Mobile App Combines Real-Time and Crowdsourced Info

Swiftly Mobile App Combines Real-Time and Crowdsourced Info

🕔12:24, 19.Feb 2016

 A new transit mobile application called Swiftly launched on Thursday. The app combines real-time predictions with crowdsourced customer feedback about delays and crowding. The Swiftly team (formerly Swyft) made headlines in December when its researchers said that arrival predictions for San Francisco Muni (CA)

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‘Connected Devices’ Call for New, Layered Security

‘Connected Devices’ Call for New, Layered Security

🕔12:12, 19.Feb 2016

We need to consider how payments in the world of connected everything will work. As devices become smarter, we need to establish how we can help people pay for things via any number of devices in a safe, secure way whether

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‘Living lab’ for Autonomous Vehicles Launched in Greenwich

‘Living lab’ for Autonomous Vehicles Launched in Greenwich

🕔18:25, 18.Feb 2016

A ‘living laboratory’, where autonomous vehicles can be tested, has been launched today in Greenwich, Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) has announced. The UK transport consultancy announced the UK Smart Mobility Living Lab @ Greenwich, a real-life environment where autonomous vehicles and other

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High Tech Pedicab (Rickshaw) to be Trialled in Nepal

High Tech Pedicab (Rickshaw) to be Trialled in Nepal

🕔18:01, 18.Feb 2016

Visit any Asian city and you are bound to hop in a rickshaw or pedicab to get around. They are an indispensable form of transport for millions in the developing world, though many are old, rundown and inefficient. But now the

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TfL Announces Funding for Transformative Street-Improvement Trials

TfL Announces Funding for Transformative Street-Improvement Trials

🕔17:23, 18.Feb 2016

• Four innovative street schemes to be trialled for wider use across London • TfL’s Future Streets Incubator fund creates iconic public spaces and reduces congestion • Sparking innovation and creative use of limited street space, the fund is part

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Billion Dollar ‘Ghost City’ Planned for Technology Testing

Billion Dollar ‘Ghost City’ Planned for Technology Testing

🕔14:47, 18.Feb 2016

Why would a company spend $1 billion to build a city where no one will live? Because, presumably, a lot of other organizations will pay to test their technology there. Washington, DC-based telecommunications and defense equipment vendor Pegasus Systems devoted

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British Firm Unveils Prototype Hydrogen Car

British Firm Unveils Prototype Hydrogen Car

🕔13:35, 17.Feb 2016

The company behind the Rasa says it has been designed from the chassis up and has been built “in a completely different way”. A British firm has unveiled its prototype hydrogen car. Riversimple, based in Powys, Wales, aims to take on

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