STA Technical Committee on Smart Safety and Security, TC2, launches an open survey on the challenges and opportunities associated to safer and more secure networks

The STA Technical Committee on Smart Safety and Security, TC2, chaired by Mr Wolf Peter Zeplin, has launched a survey to assess the opinion of our readers on the challenges and opportunities faced by a new generation of safer and more secure transportation infrastructures. The

STA Technical Committee on Smart Safety and Security, TC2, launches an open survey on the challenges and opportunities associated to safer and more secure networks

frontierCities2 launches survey to map Smart Cities needs

The frontierCities2 project has launched a ‘City Needs Mapping’ survey specifically aimed at Cities to explore the possibility of establishing fruitful links between cities and innovative start-ups deploying FIWARE– based solutions. The objective of this survey is twofold. Firstly, to identify the main challenges and opportunities affecting

frontierCities2 launches survey to map Smart Cities needs

STA survey highlights the need for improved strategies for the deployment of Smart Infrastructures

The STA Technical Committee on Smart Mobility, TC1, chaired by Dr Elena de la Peña, has conducted a survey between 5 and 27 April 2018 on Smart Mobility issues associated with the deployment of the Smart Infrastructures of the Future. The purpose of this survey

STA survey highlights the need for improved strategies for the deployment of Smart Infrastructures

Environmental impact of vehicle restraint systems – Discussion Paper 1/2018 published

The marketis becoming more and more affected by these arrangements: demands for sustainable and eco-friendly products are growing (ex. Green Public Procurement). Standardisation committees have worked in drafting international standards for the assessment of the sustainable use of resources and of the impact of products

Environmental impact of vehicle restraint systems – Discussion Paper 1/2018 published

STA, present at the 2018 edition of Intertraffic Amsterdam (20-23 March 2018)

During the 2018 edition of Amsterdam Intertraffic, held on 20-23 March 2018, several STA representatives took part in several activities in collaboration with H3B Media and in the context of the frontierCities2 R&D project. In partnership with H3BMedia, the publishers of Thinking Cities and Thinking

STA, present at the 2018 edition of Intertraffic Amsterdam (20-23 March 2018)

‘Personal service: how crowdsourcing the Physical Internet in your neighbourhood can be considered smart mobility innovation’, an article by STA Chairman José F. Papí

Logistics require centralised planning and thinking. There is much research focusing on learning from ant colony and beehive analysis in order to create learning systems for logistics operations. But there is a limit on how much we can learn from ants and bees. Might it

‘Personal service: how crowdsourcing the Physical Internet in your neighbourhood can be considered smart mobility innovation’, an article by STA Chairman José F. Papí

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