The Future of Commercial Vehicles

The Future of Commercial Vehicles

by Marc Amblard Commercial vehicles are essentially productive assets, often part of fleets. Consequently, decision criteria to deploy new technologies are largely based on objective, operational and financial analyses rather than subjective criteria as it is mostly...
Why AI is a Privacy Threat in Smart Cities

Why AI is a Privacy Threat in Smart Cities

By Balazs Kiss Cities around the world are shifting towards a new data-driven model of smart city governance.  Empowered by the use of AI technologies, municipal leaders can more easily tackle urban challenges and bring about massive improvements in the provision of...
When it doesn’t pay to make the loudest noise

When it doesn’t pay to make the loudest noise

By Michelle DJONG HUI ING A cacophony of noises in urban settings have increased not only the annoyance of residents but proves to also be a cost to their health. What forms of transportation produce these noises, what has been done about them and what recommendations...
Autonomy Summer Special – Part 3

Autonomy Summer Special – Part 3

Welcome to the third edition of the Autonomy Weekly Summer Special. To save you time during the holiday season we bring you headlines from the industry. Relax and enjoy the emissions-free ride.    The Autonomy Weekly Summer Special is an Urban Mobility Weekly...