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InterConnected 2018: Smart Mobility Gets Truly Intelligent

InterConnected 2018: Smart Mobility Gets Truly Intelligent

🕔11:35, 4.Apr 2018

InterConnected, the magazine produced for visitors to Intertraffic Amsterdam’s Smart Mobility Hall, is available online now. With the underlying theme of ‘Mobility Gets Truly Intelligent’, InterConnected 2018 features 80 pages of high-quality editorial, including a 16-page taster of H3BM’s forthcoming

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Transportation Research Center announces all-new Smart Mobility Advanced Research and Test Center

Transportation Research Center announces all-new Smart Mobility Advanced Research and Test Center Updated

🕔08:05, 30.Jan 2017

Ohio Governor John R. Kasich announced last week that the State of Ohio and the Ohio State University are funding the $45 million Phase 1 expansion of the Transportation Research Center’s (TRC) all-new 540-acre SMART (Smart Mobility Advanced Research and

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5 key technologies of a smart city

5 key technologies of a smart city

🕔16:19, 28.Jul 2016

People are increasingly migrating from rural to urban areas. By 2050, about 86 percent of people in developed countries and 64 percent of people in developing countries are expected to live in cities. Because cities will absorb future population growth,

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Bus apps for smartphones could at last become reality across the UK

Bus apps for smartphones could at last become reality across the UK

🕔10:56, 19.May 2016

Bus apps on smartphones popular with London commuters could at last become a reality in small towns in the rest of the UK. Firms could be forced to make data about fares, routes and times available to tech developers, in

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Why smart cities need smart citizens

Why smart cities need smart citizens

🕔13:35, 4.May 2016

Traditionally, initiatives like Smart City are indicators of developed economies. A developing country will become a successfully developed country when its citizens also upgrade and update themselves. In India, the Smart City initiative is in full swing, with the top

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Tesla Powerwalls for Home Energy Storage Are Hitting U.S. Market

Tesla Powerwalls for Home Energy Storage Are Hitting U.S. Market

🕔13:29, 4.May 2016

To Steve Yates, the best thing about his new Tesla Powerwall is that he doesn’t have to worry anymore about the lights going out during a storm. Or maybe it’s how cool an addition it is to the entryway of his house

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Birmingham Alabama Misses Out on $50M in Smart Cities Funding for Transport

Birmingham Alabama Misses Out on $50M in Smart Cities Funding for Transport

🕔14:17, 15.Mar 2016

Birmingham was not one of seven finalists selected by the U.S. Department of Transportation for its Smart Cities Challenge. A total of 78 cities applied for the program, which will award a total of $50 million in funding to one city to

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Nissan’s Smart City Concept Will Revolve Around Driverless Cars (VIDEO)

Nissan’s Smart City Concept Will Revolve Around Driverless Cars (VIDEO)

🕔13:16, 3.Mar 2016

Nissan has released a smart city concept incorporating environmentally friendly energy generation with driverless cars. It uses vehicle-to-grid technology, battery storage, wireless charging, autonomous drive technology and over-the-air connectivity to demonstrate how energy distribution in future cities could be linked to

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Kansas City Ready for a Smart Mobility Revolution?

Kansas City Ready for a Smart Mobility Revolution?

🕔13:17, 19.Feb 2016

Bill Ford Jr., Executive Chairman of the Ford Motor Company, says the “smart mobility revolution” is on the way. He believes it won’t be long before cars drive themselves, roads collect data and self-report, and vehicles enter the service industry

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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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