LG CNS wins €137.9 million contract for Athens e-Ticketing Project

LG CNS wins €137.9 million contract for Athens e-Ticketing Project

🕔11:50, 1.Apr 2014

LG CNS has become the first Korean company to carry out a traffic card project in Europe, following projects in Colombia and New Zealand. LG CNS formed a consortium with Greece-based Terna Energy and won a €137.9 million contract for

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How smart cities and driverless cars make life better for everyone

How smart cities and driverless cars make life better for everyone

🕔15:57, 31.Mar 2014

Driverless cars, delivery drones and smart buildings: they all seem like things you’d see in a sci-fi movie. But all those futuristic developments could soon roll onto American roadways, and many Americans overwhelmingly support the changes. According to the “Intel

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Cubic’s Opal system wins Australian infrastructure award

Cubic’s Opal system wins Australian infrastructure award

🕔14:54, 31.Mar 2014

Cubic Transportation Systems, the integrator of transportation technology and related services for intelligent travel solutions, recently announced that its Opal smart card system won an Australian national infrastructure award for excellence in design, delivery and use. The 2014 Smart Infrastructure

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PayByPhone wins Paris tender and strengthens parking offering with acquisition of Adaptis

PayByPhone wins Paris tender and strengthens parking offering with acquisition of Adaptis

🕔21:43, 28.Mar 2014

The City of Paris has confirmed that the partnership of PayByPhone and VINCI Park has been awarded the contract to launch cashless parking for 155,000 parking spaces.  Initially available in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th arrondisements in April 2014,

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Australian smart phone app to support the public transport revolution

Australian smart phone app to support the public transport revolution

🕔18:37, 28.Mar 2014

Researchers at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) are developing a smart phone app aimed at taking the frustration out of travelling on public transport and ultimately improving bus and train services. The app, known as RateIT, will allow

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Boston study shows benefits of smart city technology

Boston study shows benefits of smart city technology

🕔21:51, 27.Mar 2014

The application of smart cities technology is helping Boston to get more children walking to school. The city is also using data from its Hubway city bike rental system to reduce road transport congestion. A conference at NUI (National University of

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TfL and Clear Channel team up to trial interactive London bus stop

TfL and Clear Channel team up to trial interactive London bus stop

🕔16:23, 26.Mar 2014

Transport for London (TfL) has partnered with media and advertising company Clear Channel UK to trial a real-time mapping tool at a Regent Street bus stop. The new mapping tool – the first of its kind to operate in a

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Jam buster and parking finder system launched in Abu Dhabi

Jam buster and parking finder system launched in Abu Dhabi

🕔16:11, 26.Mar 2014

An information system that will help Abu Dhabi motorists to avoid traffic jams, reach their destination quickly and find the nearest parking spot has been launched. The system will provide real-time information on traffic congestion, route guidance and other conditions

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Dublin city awarded IBM ‘Smart City’ grant

Dublin city awarded IBM ‘Smart City’ grant

🕔16:03, 26.Mar 2014

Dublin City Council is one of 16 cities and regions around the world to be awarded an IBM grant worth $500,000, which aims to help it solve a problem using data analytics technology. The IBM Smart Cities Challenge will see a

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Kapsch waiting for Jakarta green light

Kapsch waiting for Jakarta green light

🕔16:48, 25.Mar 2014

Swedish-based Kapsch TrafficCom says it has signed an agreement with an Indonesian IT firm in preparation to offering electronic road pricing for inner-city areas and highway toll booths. Kapsch, which first visited Indonesia about three years ago as part of a

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