CONNECTED MOBILITY IS HERE: New Thinking Highways issue focuses on embracing the future

Two years ago Thinking Highways suggested that the term “Connected Mobility” might be more appropriate than “ITS” as it was more relevant. modern and fit for purpose. In this issue three global experts agree that the push toward a Connected Mobility future is gaining momentum at an unprecedented rate and its a bandwagon that needs to jumped on before it rolls out of view.

With further articles focusing on Co-operative ITS, the rapid pace of change in urban transport, weigh-in-motion, electronic toll collection, 5G, the US National Operations Center of Excellence, a five-article focus on the forthcoming ITS 5c event in Jacksonville, Florida and a fascinating interview with miniature sensor inventor and entrepreneur Heba Bevan, this global issue of Thinking Highways (print copies were distributed at last month’s inspiring ITS World Congress in Copenhagen) is, in clichéd but nonetheless appropriate industry terms, a must-read. Surely the bare minimum for any magazine worth its salt…

Click HERE to access the September/October 2018 edition.

 

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