Topic : AI

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Toyota to build prototype city of the future, test connected AI tech

Technology| January 7, 2020

To move residents through the city, only fully-autonomous, zero-emission vehicles will be allowed on the main thoroughfares.

2020 will see cities develop advanced urban strategies, report says

Technology| December 26, 2019

The concepts of digital twins, urban modeling, resilience, circularity, smart urban spaces, and electric micro-mobility and microtransit...

Technology| December 2, 2019

6 ways next-gen bus scheduling impacts business

Scheduling/planning tech, which most people think of as slow and complex software, is strategic to the future of public transportation.

Technology| July 21, 2019

7 Things shuttle operators need to know about planning, scheduling

Good shifts and rosters can improve driver retention, cost reduction, and passenger service.

Mobility| January 10, 2019

Via, autonomous vehicle co. demo 'PodZero' during Vegas event

Visitors will be routed around a 1,500-foot “cityscape” track to New York, the UK, or Las Vegas.

November 14, 2018

How Smart Tech Can Help Boost Transit Fleet Reliability

Budgets for maintaining assets and vehicles are often strained, forcing managers to make difficult repair-or-replace decisions...

Technology| May 16, 2018

AI-powered tech tracks passengers' response to ads on Brazil subway

System has been integrated into new interactive subway doors that are now deployed at three subway stations of the Sao Paulo Metro.

Mobility| October 16, 2017

Texas A&M studies AI to improve transport for riders with mobility challenges

The effort examined how to integrate IBM Watson’s natural language interface with the Texas A&M Engineering Program’s autonomous shuttle.

Management & Operations| June 14, 2017

Transport for London taps artificial intelligence to 'chat' with customers

The 'TravelBot' tool, which is powered by AI, can "chat" with customers using Messenger and instantly tell them when their bus is due to arrive, as well as provide service updates and Tube maps.

Mobility| April 18, 2017

Autonomous shuttle to use 'cool tech' to serve people with disabilities

Future capabilities may include directing direct visually impaired passengers to empty seats or training the vehicle to recognize sign language.

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