The Ray is a proving ground for the evolving ideas and technologies that will transform the transportation infrastructure of the future. By innovating from the ground up, we’re creating a corridor that reconnects and restores us, paving the way to a safer and more prosperous future for all.
Department of Transport of Shandong Province uses the basic data of the highway network, highway road condition information in the transportation industry, and information outside the industry such as weather, hydrology, geology, marine forecasts and disaster warning, tourist attractions and travel agency information to build a travel information service platform, providing comprehensive, real-time, and accurate road condition information to optimize public travel choices.
Cooperation of companies and university to promote and assess the feasibility of air taxis.
Curiosity Lab is an economic development initiative by the City of Peachtree Corners. We don’t charge for access to our technology infrastructure, including our autonomous vehicle test track.
The problem for commuters is that public transport runs at specific stops and these stops need to be reached by car in the countryside. To solve this problem, this project deals with an attractive Micro-offer for public transport to manage first and last mile problems.
A combined park and rental station for E-Bikes and E-Cars, first of its kind in the world, is now in use in the residential field. Equipment such as theft-proof boxes, parcel compartments or a charge column for E-Cars is provided by Safetydock.
As an alternative to the car, Freistadt offers covered parking spaces for bikes and four safetydock boxes for secure, comfortable bike parking and for rent-an-E-cargo-bike.
Based on the Open Source Software SUMO a traffic simulation software was created to get a picture of real-time traffic state.
New algorithms for efficient allocation of electric vehicles – parking and energy resources between electric vehicles. Cooperation with partners in Quebec (Concordia University), Bavaria (University of Passau) and Ireland (University College Dublin).
Western Cape is developing measures and programmes to make public transport safer and more reliable in the province.