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Online Speed Radar at Chandigarh

In a major development to aware the drivers on road to reign in their speed within the prescribed speed limit, Chandigarh Traffic Police has installed online speed sensing radar. The main objective of the installed radar on the dividing road near Sector 9 and 10 is to control over-speeding vehicles that lead to major collisions resulting in fatal accidents. The ...

DHL launches SmarTrucking solutions

Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL), the world’s leading mail and logistics company, recently announced the launch of DHL SmarTrucking, to provide an innovative trucking solution across an extensive linehaul express road network in India. DHL SmarTrucking is the company’s first official move to accelerate the development of technologyenabled logistics solutions around the world, under its newly formed board department, Corporate ...

UITP India’s seminar on E-Mobility & Technology Innovation

The 3rd UITP ( International Association of Public Transport) India Bus Seminar on E-mobility and Technology Innovation was recently held in the month of May in New Delhi. Hosted by Delhi Integrated Multi- Modal Transit System (DIMTS), the event saw industry experts sharing their perspectives on how the electric bus landscape will evolve going forward globally as well as in ...

Delta installs video-wall solutions at GIFT City, Gujarat

Delta, one of the leading provider of video wall solutions, in collaboration with their channel partner – Alpha Digital, has set up stateof- the-art Video Walls at the Control and Command Centre of GIFT City (Gujarat International Finance Tec- City). With this addition, operators would be able to monitor real-time data and improve the availability, safety and efficiency of services ...

BIS certification mandatory for two-wheeler helmet

The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) to revise the maximum weight of two-wheeler helmet from January15, 2019. Currently, the maximum allowed weight is 1.5kg, which is now being changed to 1.2kg. The road transport ministry has also started the process to bring manufacturing of all motorcycle helmets under the mandatory regime to get BIS certification. This will mean sale of ...

Smart Cities Control Centre for MP

The Madhya Pradesh government has launched the country’s first Integrated Control and Command Centre (ICCC) for seven smart cities in Bhopal. The cities under Smart City Mission are Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Satna, and Sagar. The ICCC would enable the authorities to monitor the status of various smart civic amenities in real-time through the sensors connected to it. The ...

Goa government to launch app-based taxi service

Goa Tourism Development Corporation’s (GTDC) is set to launch a taxi-hailing app, ‘Goamiles’. The project is expected to bring relief to citizens and tourists looking for convenient modes of transportation. The app, which is presently in the final stages of testing, has already garnered the interest of 2,800 licensed taxi drivers. The number is expected to grow further to keep ...

Global Mobility Summit

MOVE 2018, a Global Mobility Summit was organised by NITI Aayog in collaboration with various ministries and industry partners in September with an objective to facilitate vehicle electrification, renewable energy integration & job growth and also speed up India’s transition to a clean energy economy. A first of its kind summit saw over 2200 participants from across the world including ...

Facilitating Smart Parking Space

In the wake of rapid urbanization, infrastructure related problems particularly parking conundrums are mounting today. In this day and age, developed nations embrace cuttingedge technology innovations such as driverless cars and connected vehicles along with supporting technologies like smart signals, smart navigation, and smart parking. While pursuing this trend, developing economies in Asia lookout for intelligent technology solutions that can ...

Fines to be paid through cards

The Police department has introduced cashless spot fine collection systems for traffic rule violators in the south Indian city Tiruchirapalli. The rule breakers can henceforth pay fine for motor petty cases booked against them using their debit or credit card to the duty police personnel deployed at various spots instead of paying in cash. The City Police has launched the ...

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