Tuesday, 24th November 2015 - 11:00
‘Intelligent Transport Systems’ (ITS) use electronics, information and communications technologies to deliver transport improvements instead of extending physical infrastructure, thereby saving money (typically 50%) and reducing environmental impact. ITS services and products are based on a wide variety of information about transport, travellers, and vehicles. They can be deployed on infrastructure to improve road network management and increase productivity; on vehicles to improve safety, reduce journey times and polluting emissions; by travellers to simplify ticketing and payment and deliver better information; and can connect all three of these sectors to improve mobility and accessibility across the board. Photo - Dr John Walker, University of Southampton, editor of the Pitch ...
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