Smart parking system for Sturtup capitol

Haphazard and illegal parking, which significantly contributes to congestion, may end if the BBMP launches its plan for a proper parking system. The civic body is ready with a technology-led parking management system, which will cover 87 roads in and around the central business district. ET accessed the draft of the tender document to learn how on-street parking will work: Where is it Coming Up? Authorities have divided roads in the central business district into A, B and C zones. Some of the roads identified for the parking system are…

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Airbus and Italdesign unveil modular smart city transport

Airbus is heavily invested in the notion of flying cars. Its secretive Project Vahana – scheduled for test flights at the end of 2017 – has been in development for some time now. And leading figures at the aviation giant predict these revolutionary vehicles could be on the market within ten years. If that wasn’t enough to whet your appetite for futuristic transport, the company’s latest concept takes the idea of getting around smart cities one step further. This is Pop.Up, a unique mode of transport that sits on the…

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Artificial Intelligence is Unshackling DHL’s Supply Chain Potential

Logistics might not be your first thought when it comes to technology’s cutting edge, yet artificial intelligence (AI) is already transforming supply chains, with IoT not far behind. To learn more we spoke with Paul Richardson, chief innovation officer at DHL Supply Chain and Internet of Things World Europe keynote speaker, who filled us in on how the internet of things and its associated tech is now being used by DHL, its partners and its competitors, along with what they’ve got planned. Tell us a bit more about yourself and…

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Connected car and IoT automotive cloud services

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Turbocharge the IoT cloud services implementation for connected cars with Kaa The Internet of Things is breaking fresh ground for car manufacturers by introducing entirely new layers to the traditional concept of a car. This upgrade — the connected, smart car — comes as a revolutionary way for us to drive and stay in touch with the world around at the same time. By offering a fancy-free variety of infotainment services and connected car applications for drivers, the automotive industry has the potential to become an IoT champion among other…

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Here’s what IoT will do for transportation

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is dramatically accelerating the pace of innovation in the transportation industry—especially the cars and trucks we drive every day. And when you apply the laws that have been driving technology innovation for decades—Moore’s Law and Metcalfe’s Law—it’s not long before our automobiles will resemble smart devices on wheels and your vehicle may very well be the most expensive computing device you own. Connected cars today Already, automobiles built after 2010 include numerous connected systems that provide drivers with the ability to listen to satellite radio,…

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Transport

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Your things are ready to talk. Are you ready to listen? We’re unlocking the promise of the internet of things so that transport operators can improve services and reduce costs Lots of things, like parking spaces, are hard to find or keep track of. Connecting them will improve city and transport services, reduce costs and protect the environment. These connected applications help transport operators to reduce costs and improve services – for example finding problems with railway points before they cause delays. Parking, airports and railways are all areas of…

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How Will the Internet of Things Transform Mobility?

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While it’s virtually impossible to pinpoint the one individual area where the IoT is going to be most transformational, transportation and mobility is undoubtedly a front runner, with cars, plans, cities and public transportation systems all eagerly anticipating IoT integration. For instance: – The annual cost of U.S. traffic congestion — $160 billion — could be significantly cut down by the introduction of autonomous cars, mass ride-sharing and smart public transport. – The 216 hours a year the average American spends commuting will also be better spent on work or…

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