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  • Jan 21,2021
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    A Glance at Toll Roads in China
    According to the China Statistical Statement on Toll Roads, by the end of 2019, the length of toll roads in China reaches 171,000 km, accounting for 3.4 percent of the total road network -- 5,012,500 ...
  • Jan 13,2021
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    Intelligent Transportation in Japan
    The history of intelligent transportation in Japan can be traced back to 1973 when its first ITS project -- Comprehensive Automobile Control System (CACS) was developed by the Ministry of Economy, Tra...
  • Jan 06,2021
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    A Brief History of Intelligent Transportation in Europe
    The emergence of intelligent transportation systems in Europe can be dated back to 1969 when the European Commission proposed a demonstration of electronic traffic control among member states. Since 1...
  • Dec 30,2020
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    Key ITS-related Policies and Programs in the United States
    ITS at an Early Stage (1960s – 1980s)In the 1960s, Driver Aided Information and Routing System (DAIR) and Electronic Route Guidance System (ERGS), which were regarded as the ITS application at an ear...
  • Dec 23,2020
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    Global V2X Deployment Boom and the Problems Occurring
    Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) is a combination of cutting-edge information and communication technologies used in transportation and traffic management systems aiming to improve safety, eff...
  • Dec 16,2020
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    What are the Key Technologies in Vehicle-to-Everything?
    Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) is the organic combination of internet and intelligent vehicles. It enables vehicles to connect and exchange data with other vehicles, pedestrians, infrastructure and cloud...
  • Dec 09,2020
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    V2X Technology Changes Driving and Saves Lives
    According to World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 1.35 million people die each year as a result of road traffic crashes, and between 20 and 50 million more people suffer non-fatal injuries, ...