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How Public-Private-Philanthropic Partnerships are Driving Transportation Technology

By Harriet A. Langford, The Ray and Chris Armstrong, Panasonic, North America
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Funding for a project can be split between a government agency and a nonprofit organization. Together, the two can seek out a partner from the private sector to execute on the project. This blend of public and philanthropic capital combined with private-sector competencies and efficiencies makes for a novel way to address the changing transportation mobility issues that the country is facing.

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Funding for a project can be split between a government agency and a nonprofit organization. Together, the two can seek out a partner from the private sector to execute on the project. This blend of public and philanthropic capital combined with private-sector competencies and efficiencies makes for a novel way to address the changing transportation mobility issues that the country is facing.

Vehicle-to-Everything and Connected Car Technology in Georgia

By: Katie Coveny
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The newest and coolest (and safest) car on the market, the autonomous and connected car, is driving the future of advanced automobiles.

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The newest and coolest (and safest) car on the market, the autonomous and connected car, is driving the future of advanced automobiles.

Cisco and Innogy Develop Concept for Climate-Neutral Energy Supply

By Alex Hills
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The joint project “SmartQuart” by innogy, the Co-Innovation Center Cisco openBerlin and eight other partners was selected by the Federal Ministry of Economics as one of 20 winners of the “Reallabore der Energiewende” competition. In the cities of Essen and Bedburg in Nordrhein-Westfalen and Kaisersesch in Rheinland-Pfalz, the proposed project will network individual city districts within themselves and with each other.

Coming Soon from CBRE…The Place Makers – Episode 3

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The idea of putting people at the heart of the design process is called Placemaking and right across Asia Pacific, Architects, Developers and Investors are creatively answering the challenges of urbanization and population growth by creating spaces that people are happier living and working in.

Georgia’s I-85 Is Getting Intelligent Transportation Technology Powered by Panasonic to Improve Safety, Cut Congestion and CO2 Emissions

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Georgia’s I-85 Is Getting Intelligent Transportation Technology Powered by Panasonic to Improve Safety, Cut Congestion and CO2 Emissions. CIRRUS by Panasonic at heart of state’s V2X pilot program, led by Georgia Department of Transportation, The Ray, Federal Highway Administration to provide a proof of concept for potential state-wide deployment.

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Georgia’s I-85 Is Getting Intelligent Transportation Technology Powered by Panasonic to Improve Safety, Cut Congestion and CO2 Emissions. CIRRUS by Panasonic at heart of state’s V2X pilot program, led by Georgia Department of Transportation, The Ray, Federal Highway Administration to provide a proof of concept for potential state-wide deployment.

HPE Panel Discusses the Future of Technology, Smart Cities

By Chevall Pryce
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Mark Potter, chief technology officer for HPE and director of Hewlett Packard Labs, discussed the future of smart cities, which are cities with infrastructure integrated with modern tech to enhance the citizen experience and encourage tapping into the potential of an area.

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Black & Veatch: Insightful Charging Infrastructure Planning Critical to Enabling Cost-Effective Electric Fleets

New eBook outlines eight steps to help managers select technologies, plan for power delivery and construct charging facilities
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., July 25 2019 /3BL Media/ – Driven largely by economics, rising air pollution from vehicle emissions and new advances in technology, transportation is transforming and becoming more sustainable, competitive and innovative. U.S. sales of passenger electric vehicles have soared in the last decade. Now, as automakers prepare for mass production of a new line-up of medium- and heavy-duty electric vans, buses, delivery trucks and semi’s, smart fleet and sustainability managers are taking notice.

Bridgestone EMEA Prepares for the Future with €36 Million Commitment to Smart Factory Project

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  • Investment will further digitise Bridgestone EMEA’s manufacturing processes
  • Eight European plants across Poland, Hungary, Spain, Italy and France will be transformed
  • Four-year project will be rolled-out from 2019 onwards
  • Supports Bridgestone EMEA’s transformation into a mobility solutions leader
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  • Investment will further digitise Bridgestone EMEA’s manufacturing processes
  • Eight European plants across Poland, Hungary, Spain, Italy and France will be transformed
  • Four-year project will be rolled-out from 2019 onwards
  • Supports Bridgestone EMEA’s transformation into a mobility solutions leader

Rain or Shine: Resilience Needs a Little More Attention

Are water utilities doing the right things to drive toward resilience?
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It's been said that Texas suffers perennial drought, broken up by severe floods from time to time. These days, however, Texas isn't alone in its misery.

Is America Ready for Natural Disasters? Insights and Advice from Booz Allen

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As summer approaches, so does the season of tornados, floods, and forest fires. People across America need to be ready for anything—but are they?

Booz Allen conducted a survey to find out how prepared Americans are for a natural disaster and how they would use technology in disaster response. Highlights follow, with tips for how government can help improve disaster response and community resilience.

People rely on technology—and need more information

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