Topic : autonomous vehicles

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Charging tech key to bringing urban air mobility to the masses

Mobility| September 16, 2019

Accessible, point-to-point transportation will expand to the skies as vehicle charging goes vertical.

Amid automation trend, here's why we still need bus drivers

| September 10, 2019

The driverless option will severely impact the four million commercial drivers working in the U.S., according to a 2014 Goldman Sachs report. These figures suggest the loss of 25,000 jobs per month during the height of the autonomous vehicles saturation into the industry.

Security and Safety | September 9, 2019

Texas A&M adding tech to remotely control autonomous shuttle

Can control vehicle in the event of obstructions, challenging road conditions, sensor malfunction, and difficult or hazardous driving.

Technology| September 2, 2019

How transit agencies can prepare for a driverless world

Agencies seeking success in an AV world should foster conversations about plausible futures informed by proper data analytics.

Technology| August 26, 2019

How Collaborative Technology is Driving the Transportation Revolution

Organizations recognize need to offer diverse accessible transportation options and are rethinking the way they plan, build, and operate assets.

Technology| August 23, 2019

New report tests driver interaction when autonomous tech goes wrong

Gives suggestions on what mobility and infrastructure changes may need to be implemented to ensure safety on roadways. 

Technology| August 15, 2019

JTA, partners host AV emergency training for first responders

The training comes as the JTA prepares downtown area for the U2C program, anchored by autonomous vehicles.

Technology| August 13, 2019

Tech company taps Bestmile to plan, manage, optimize AV fleet

Beep is the first distributor for NAVYA in the U.S. and is the exclusive dealer for NAVYA in Florida.

Management & Operations| August 8, 2019

First Transit names first VP, technology and innovation

Robert James will be responsible for combining technology, innovation, and leading the strategic vision for the organization’s mobility solutions.

Mobility| July 15, 2019

A closer look at DCTA’s MaaS contracting model

The agency approved 30 contracts to explore possible mobility options, including bike-share, microtransit, and autonomous vehicles.

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