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Govt to collect data of road accidents in real-time

The government has finally kicked off the process to collect details of road accidents in realtime and their causes as it is done in developed countries. The IT-based system for capturing accident data from across the country will have a mobile-app that can send alerts to the authorities for taking action. With financial and technical assistance from the World Bank, ...

More traffic signals in Ahmedabad

To make traffic movement smooth, Ahmadabad traffic police is going to put up traffic signals at 50 more places across the city. The high court had ordered the Municipal Corporation and the Gujarat state government to carry out in-depth study of traffic movement in the city and come up with solution. Installing more traffic signals, clearing roads of encroachments, creating ...

Integrated Road Transport body for Bengaluru

The Integrated Road Transport Authority to be operational next year in Bengaluru will bring different modes of urban mobility services under one umbrella. The government has prepared a draft bill and sought suggestions from stakeholders. As per the bill, IRTA is expected to address issues like lack of single-ticketing system, poor coordination among multiple agencies, inadequate information of transport services ...

Videonetics ranked amongst ‘Fastest Growing Companies in Asia Pacific

Videonetics has been ranked amongst the fastest growing companies in Asia- Pacific by Deloitte. Ranked 107th on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500TM Asia Pacific 2018, Dr Tinku Acharya, Founder & MD, Videonetics, said “It is a prestigious honor to be recognized in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500TM Program. This recognition validates our drive for high performance, innovation, differentiation and global scalability. ...

New logo for MMRDA

MMRDA now has a new logo which indicates the nature of varied projects the Authority has been implementing in the recent past. MMRDA also announced its plans to develop and widen its region by including Palghar, Vasai, Alibaugh, Pen, Panvel and Khalapur district under its jurisdiction. The idea is to develop these regions in planned manner and also sustain the ...

TCS partners with SAP to build Intelligent Rail Digital Maintenance

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced it is partnering with SAP to build the Intelligent Rail Digital Maintenance (iRDM) solution. The solution leverages cutting-edge technologies including Internet-of-Things, machine learning, advanced analytics, big data, drones and mobility components of SAP® Leonardo ( iRDM solution) to carry out drone-based safety inspections, remote monitoring of the condition of all asset classes, including rolling ...

Wipro And Genesys join hands to develop Autonomous Vehicles

Genesys International Corporation Ltd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Wipro Limited to jointly tap the opportunity in the autonomous car sector. As per the MoU, Genesys will develop HD Maps and Content while Wipro will develop the navigational and control technology for autonomous system and smart mobility companies. The first activity under this MoU was to create an ...

CTU to install dash cams in buses

The Chandigarh Transport Undertaking is considering installing dashboard cameras in all government vehicles like PCR, fire brigade and ambulances. Installation of dashboard cameras had been made a part of the tender for the Intelligent Transportation System to be adopted in all CTU buses. The cameras would record through the front windscreen everything coming in the way of the routes. In ...

School students develop Smart Traffic Light

Students at Shiv Nadar School developed an ‘Intelligent Traffic Light’ system which they say may not only help reduce commute time but also lower air pollution. It is the first system meant to work on Indian roads and will function accurately keeping in mind the traffic situation in the country. Using a simple camera and a microcontroller, a prototype has ...

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