The ITS Blog

February 13, 2017
Pete Goldin
ITSdigest

“Funding is a fundamental issue. We have to make trade-offs. Do I make this investment in ITS, or do I make sure three more bridges stand up? That is the biggest obstacle I see to ITS.”

February 09, 2017
Pete Goldin
ITSdigest

US Senate Democrats unveiled a $1 trillion infrastructure plan on January 24. If ITS in the US needs anything, it is a solid injection of funds ...

February 07, 2017
Francois Fischer
ERTICO-ITS Europe

Europe has joined together to launch AUTOPILOT, a project to enable safer highly automated driving thanks to smart and connected objects and Internet of Things ...

February 01, 2017
Pete Goldin
ITSdigest

Paris launched its first driverless electric shuttle bus service on January 23, with the goal of curbing the congestion and pollution that many Parisians blame for a range of health concerns ...

January 30, 2017
Pete Goldin
ITSdigest

The USDOT issued a proposed rule that would advance the deployment of connected vehicle technologies throughout the US light vehicle fleet ...

January 30, 2017
Pete Goldin
ITSdigest

Intensifying competition, dynamic consumer requirements, and volatile markets are compelling auto OEMs to differentiate themselves through novel features in the areas of safety and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), according to Frost & Sullivan. The market is gradually changing to focus on comfort, convenience, handling, sustainability, smart mobility, as well as vehicle versatility and utility ...

January 30, 2017
Pete Goldin
ITSdigest

Forrester recently analyzed the demand for connected cars and the features that consumers are interested in having in their next vehicles, estimating that one-third of US drivers want connected car features — but today’s offerings are not meeting their expectations ...

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