Equipped with ADAS features like night vision and lane departure warning systems to surround view, the cars of tomorrow will be smarter, driven by a multitude of sensors, cameras, and systems.
Designing a smarter city means connecting things together. Low power wireless protocols are intended to connect things together to create a city that can react to events and movement within itself.
Shaping Smarter Cities: Is Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) Data Collection a Near-Term Practical Fleet Management Tool?
Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) communication and data collection could cut fleet costs by creating more data for route optimization, increased safety, and fuel optimization.
WEBINAR: Exploring the technologies involved in three smart city projects, and taking a deep dive into the basic elements of these systems, how the technologies work together, and the benefits [...]
Atlanta proactively adapts and upgrades infrastructure with smart technology. Intelligent systems drive performance on road corridors, streetcars and traffic signals.