Back in May, we told you about new technology from BMW aimed at making left turns safer. Now, the company has uploaded a handful of videos showing that technology in motion, as well as other developments that could eventually make your commute more worry-free. All five of the tech developments highlighted on videos below rely on vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications -- the same sort of technology currently being tested in the U.S. by Ford and the Department of Transportation. V2V takes conventional collision-avoidance systems several steps further: it relies not just on a single set of...
Future Urban Mobility Relies On Real-Time Data Access
The requirements for travel within the urban environment comes under greater pressure with every passing year. We're already past the point at which more than 50 percent of the world's population live in cities rather than rurally, and it's only set to increase. The Future Urban Mobility (FM)...Antony Ingram