Article of the Month:
Standards in CAD
Modern infrastructure will increasingly incorporate new components which increase the robustness of the system. The future of CAD is bright and offers the long-term promise of mobility that improves safety and transport operations while lowering the environmental impact. Therefore, at this point, we have to see a more standardised and active automated ecosystem. Providing a common interface to improve the economy of scale to reduce cost, which improves the integration of advanced functions in CAD. At global and European level, different standards developing organizations exist with the intend to inform wider industry thinking and accelerate the successful introduction of exciting pioneering technology.
13 September 2019EU Member States Complete National 5G Risk Assessments
Following the recommendations of the European Commission, 24 EU Member States have completed the first step for a common European approach to the security of 5G networks. The national risk assessment
9 September 2019“Impacts of automated transport on cities: How to discuss and study impact mechanisms”
Researchers from ARCADE consortium partners: Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds¹ and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.² developed a paper entitled: “Impacts of autom