Tag archives: intelligent transport
We need to get used to more crowded cities, and that includes developing more efficient, flexible transport systems and integrated mobility.
No longer science fiction, connected cars are already here and the enhancements, making significant differences in security and road safety.
Self-driving taxis have taken to the streets of Singapore. But large scale, seamless autonomous driving experiences will rely on 5G.
Ericsson and Bombardier’s 4G/LTE infrastructure trials are leading the way in rail industry transformation.
Ericsson and Scania’s joint testbed is developing 5G-enabled, autonomous vehicle solutions to transform public transport, trucking and more.
Being a commuter is stressful, tiresome and even frustrating – 86% would use personalized services if they were available.
The most common questions from public transport operators: What is the business model of this? Who is going to be the service provider of Mobility as a Service?
Ericsson Industry Watch
New forms of information and service exchange – between people and vehicles, between systems of private and public transport, and among manufacturing, logistics and on-demand delivery networks – are emerging as “soft” infrastructure for tomorrow’s mobility and transport systems, marking the beginning of a new industrial landscape fueled by digital and physical interaction.