ITS Monday: Edition 3, 2020
This week’s small collection of curated content from the worlds of intelligent transport systems, smart mobility, and associated areas. Oh, and because of the Public Holiday, ITS Monday is coming to you on a Tuesday … a collector’s edition if you will!
Now, scroll down, and see what’s in this week’s edition. Oh, and before I go, be sure check out the quickest way to receive our new content via the subscription box just below …
What’s in a name? In the case of driver assist technology it’s everything. And nothing. But standards in what things are called may well be on the way (and hopefully Tesla will be in the firing line with its irresponsibly named ‘Autopilot’).READ THE ARTICLE
Nice work Oslo! How did the city do it? Click the link and find out, and then consider, is the work the city did to achieve this replicable in Australian cities?READ THE ARTICLE
Uber … you may have heard of it. Apparently it is due to roll out its Jump share electric bicycles in ‘multiple’ Australian cities. Find out possibly where, probably how fast they will go, and why the Jump bikes *might* represent a harder proposition for theft and placement hijinks.
This article was written by friend of iMOVE, Jennifer Dudley Nicholson.READ THE ARTICLE
Transport for London has since 2018 been trialling AI sensors from Vivacity Labs to detect road users and identify their transport mode, in order to better plan new work on the city’s cycling infrastructure.
Special appearance in this article from another friend of iMOVE, Glynn Barton.READ THE ARTICLE
As of 17 January 2020, California is officially allowing a broader range of autonomous vehicles on public roads. But there are size limits.READ THE ARTICLE