The adoption of 5G in the transport and logistics industry could add £217bn in gross value to the global economy in 2030, according to STL Partners’ research.
Transport for West Midlands is urging the Government to help fund a £20 million ‘tap and cap’ smart ticketing system similar to London’s Oyster.
Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has introduced contactless payment technology to its fleet of buses.
In this report Capgemini Invent makes its key recommendations for OEMs on how to overcome the barriers to data monetisation.
The winners of £2.4 million funding for 5G-enabled transport projects have been annouced by West Midlands 5G (WM5G) and Transport for West Midlands (TfWM).
Vehicle charging and smart parking payments are expected to boost the value of in-vehicle purchases to £67bn by 2025, according to a report by Juniper Research.
HS2 is trialling a new carbon and cost estimating solution at a number of its sites with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) developed by Skanska.
The Scottish government has opened consultation on its plans to halve road deaths by 2030 and eliminate them entirely by 2050.
Omnibus is launching new technology that will help bus operators share more data about their services with the public.
The City of Edinburgh Council and global IT company CGI have extended an existing contract to work on smart city developments together until 2029.
Cost-effective access to data for all in the transport eco-system has accelerated the future mobility agenda and is driving business innovation and new service models, says Mike Waters
Carmakers’ connected car services face being left behind if they don’t open up like the smartphone industry, according to research from Capgemini Invent.
London taxi fleet Sherbet has warned that shared booking platforms threaten the future business model for the black cab industry.
A consortium led by Ford is developing a new predictive road safety tool that uses connected infrastructure and vehicle data.
Real-time navigation app Waze has appointed Ruairidh Roberts as its new UK country manager.
Vianova's practical guide to mobility data sharing & personal privacy under GDPR ruling intends to shed light on this new transport paradigm and give city officials, as well as mobility operators, a few tools to better collaborate.
Autotalks and Applied Information have partnered to deploy vehicle-to-everything (V2X) connected technology to allow blue light vehicles to interact with city traffic infrastructure.
Exactrak, the vehicle weighing and telematics provider, has signed a partnership agreement with asset management provider Yotta to provide solutions to UK local authorities.
The Department for Transport (DfT) will introduce new legislation at the end of this year that will ensure bus operators openly publish data on fares and timetables.
Transport for the North (TfN) has appointed Jeremy Acklam as the new director for its integrated and smart travel (IST) programme.