Tags connected vehicles

'Smart city' initiatives are creating a flood of new data

by • 3 months ago

As municipal devices tuck away trillions of terabytes of data, smart-city experts say they don't have the workforce or infrastructure to parse the information.

Looking to create standards for smart state projects, Ohio selects a vendor

by • 1 year ago

The state wants a way to get the most out of its next-generation transportation efforts.

Minnesota Gov. Dayton orders autonomous vehicle testing, creates advisory board

by • 1 year ago

An executive order puts the state in a growing group of those planning for new advances in transportation technology.

Pennsylvania connects 5,000 state vehicles to the Internet of Things

by • 1 year ago

With real-time data, the state says it hopes to improve efficiency and driver safety.

Predictive analytics is helping Kansas City catch up on a $40 million road repair backlog

by • 1 year ago

Using new predictive models, the Missouri city says it could save as much as 50 percent on repairs.

Mini smart city drives research on fuel efficiency for connected autonomous vehicles

by • 2 years ago

Using data from driving simulators and a scaled-down city model, university researchers aim to reduce fuel consumption in the next-gen vehicles by 20 percent.

Connected-vehicle demo shows Tampa is serious about upcoming pilot

by • 2 years ago

Local government is coordinating with public volunteers to launch one of the biggest open-road tests in the young history of connected vehicles.

Spoofed signals could disable anti-collision systems on connected vehicles, report warns

by • 2 years ago

This and a host of other potential dangers await the connected, smart, and autonomous vehicle industry, according to new research.

Atlanta evaluates dozens of smart city offers

by • 2 years ago

The city is using its infrastructure repair backlog as an opportunity to spring forward a generation and pursue autonomous vehicles, Wi-Fi and fiber projects that could sustain the city's visions of vibrant communities for years to come.

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