Vehicles in operation worldwide projected to hit to 2 billion-4 billion units in 2050, up from 800 million at present.
TOKYO – The 20th edition of the ITS World Congress closed its doors earlier this month, with all eyes focused on future improvements in safety technologies and expanded usage of intelligent transportation systems to contain growing infrastructure costs. The confab, hosted by ITS Japan and the Tokyo government, held more than 250 executive and technical sessions involving some 1,000 speakers from North America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific Rim. A consensus is building that ...
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