One of the most important developments out of CES 2019 was the momentum of cellular vehicle-to-everything technology and how Ford will roll it out to its global fleet by 2022. Amid robotics, health and wellness gadgets, laptops and a bevy of other devices, Ford’s move to adopt Qualcomm’s cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) platform was largely overlooked.
Bryan Mulligan, president and founder of Applied Information, Inc., accepted this year’s Illuminations Award on behalf of his company, which belongs to the Transportation Management Systems and Associated Control Devices Section (3TS). The award is given annually to a Member of the NEMA Business Innovation Council (BIC) that demonstrates entrepreneurism and innovation.
Marietta has become an example of how cities can future-proof their infrastructure while improving things for today’s residents.
Marietta is the first city in the nation to implement such a traffic management system, which it has been testing with first responders for more than a year. Marietta City Manager Bill Bruton says the results thus far are impressive…
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., visited Discovery High School on Friday morning for a presentation on the Internet of Things technology developed in Georgia to keep schoolchildren safer during arrival and dismissal times.
Gwinnett County and the state of Georgia have pioneered large-scale deployment of the technology for “smart” school beacons. The technology connects school zone beacons — those flashing signs that are intended to slow drivers down as they pass by a school………
Smart phones and moving vehicles aren’t always considered a great combination. But if your smart phone is helping you be a safer driver, that’s a combination worth exploring.
Mansfield drivers are just one app away from turning their smart phone into a great driving partner. The city is putting its current traffic management for school zones to another use by utilizing a connected vehicle solution by Atlanta-based Applied Information…….