Marietta’s smart traffic system an award-winning success
October 12, 2019
MARIETTA — A smart traffic signal network that Marietta was the first jurisdiction in the country to fully integrate is paying off big time, city staff say……
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Plans for V2I research facility in Georgia
September 17, 2019
Connected intelligent transportation systems and infrastructure developer, Applied Information Inc. (AII) has announced the creation of the Infrastructure-Automotive Technology Laboratory (iATL) that will become a leading development center for connected vehicle and traffic infrastructure technology….
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Ford Prioritizes Safety; Revolutionizes Connectivity
September 12, 2019
Ford Motor Company’s debt may have been downgraded to junk this week, but the company’s savvy strategy for vehicle safety and connectivity has had an outsize influence on the broader automotive industry….
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Applied Information to deploy its ‘hybrid’ CV technology in Georgia’s North Fulton region
August 9, 2019
The North Fulton Community Improvement District (NFCID) has become the first region in the state of Georgia to approve the deployment of Connected Vehicle (CV) technology to improve road safety and driver wait times at intersections.
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Transportation Tech in Arlington, VA
August 7, 2019
Just across the Potomac River from our Nation’s capital lies Arlington County, home to CTA (and the soon-to-be home of Amazon’s HQ2). In addition to a couple big names in consumer technology, this northern Virginia suburb also recently served as a testbed for safe driving technology.
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Applied Information adds C-V2X technology to its traffic products
April 29, 2019
One of the USA’s leading developers of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and Internet of Things (IoT) mobility technology, Applied Information Inc. (AI), has announced plans to deploy Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) connected traffic infrastructure products in the USA.
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High-Water Detection System Will Alert First Responders To Floods
April 15, 2019
SPRING, TX – Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack’s office partnered with Paradigm Traffic and Applied Information to create and design a new high-water detection system for South Montgomery County roads.
The system is designed to alert first responders of rising water during flooding or flash flood
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TravelSafely Smartphone in Arlington VA – NBC4 D.C.
April 7, 2019
TravelSafely smartphone app arrives in the D.C. metro area for the first time. Watch NBC4 coverage.
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City leaders pushing to make Charlotte the world’s first 5G city
March 21, 2019
So what’s IoT? It’s the internet of things, and is a complex system of linked devices using the internet in ways you’ve never seen before. For example, your car could talk to you if you’re speeding in a school zone.
“I want every stoplight in our city to be an IoT smart stop.”
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Traffic signal AI in Quincy (MA) boosts emergency response times
March 14, 2019
New technology embedded in the control systems of the traffic signals that run Quincy’s busiest intersections allows police and fire officials to override the system and give themselves green lights to clear their path to emergencies.
Read More at The Patriot Ledger