Tag: mobility (page 1 of 4)

Traffic on Irving Street

«While a number of communities have devised strategies like turn restrictions and speed humps that affect all motorists, Leonia’s move may be the most extreme response. Leonia plans to issue residents yellow tags to hang in their cars, and nonresidents who use the streets in the morning and afternoon will face $200 fines. Its police department has already alerted the major traffic and navigation apps to the impending changes, which will take effect on Jan. 22 from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., and from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week.»

Source : Navigation Apps Are Turning Quiet Neighborhoods Into Traffic Nightmares – The New York Times

«Uber is building software to manage networks in the sky of flying taxis and working with manufacturers including Aurora Flight Sciences, which was acquired by Boeing last month».

Source : Uber in deal with NASA to build flying taxi air control software

L’avantage des concepts dans l’automobile, c’est qu’ils n’ont aucun besoin de faire sens. Le concept s’oppose plutôt à la réalité. Et là, ça doit être très conceptuel…

Du coup, c’est aussi le concept de la maison sans chambre. A moins que cela ne soit la maison de la voiture !

renault symbioz

Source : Renault SYMBIOZ Concept

ARCEP Free 4G Routes

Source : Mon Réseau Mobile | Arcep

«Smaller towns in Japan are greying even faster than cities, and there are just not enough workers to operate buses and taxis».

Source : Japan trials driverless cars in bid to keep rural elderly on the move

«En ville, Google Maps prend chaque feu rouge pour un bouchon et ne distingue pas le piéton du cycliste chez un détenteur de portable qui marche à 5 km/heure» – Jean Coldefy.

Source : Navigateurs GPS : la guerre des bouchons

via Warr Hyperloop

« I can see a day when we pay you to fly » – WOW Air founder and CEO Skúli Mogensen

Source : Airline CEO predicts a future where ‘we will pay you to fly’

Reinforcement Learning in practice…

Via DeepMind (via Numérama)

via The Boring Company

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