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04 Jul 2020

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO ENSURE PASSENGER DISTANCING AND SAFETY

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO ENSURE PASSENGER DISTANCING AND SAFETY Alstom has launched a new version of Mastria, a multimodal supervision and mobility orchestration solution, that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide operators and transport authorities with enhanced passenger flow management tools. The solution developed to manage passenger flows in trains and stationd, should allow operators to adapt, easily and in real time, their offer to the various social distancing and public gathering requirements that have arisen due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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03 Jul 2020

DAFO VEHICLE INTRODUCING LI-IONFIRE

DAFO VEHICLE INTRODUCING LI-IONFIRE In order to increase the safety of electric and hybrid electric vehicle operations Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection is presenting “Li-IonFire”. With electric or hybrid vehicles (EV and HEV) there are new fire risks. Dafo sees serious consequences connected to risks of Li-ion batteries, in case of a malfunction. It can result in toxic gas emissions or explosion. In collaboration with the coordinator, Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection, an EU initiative, has built a fire protection system that addresses and mitigates these risks effectively and safely.

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01 Jul 2020

HYUNDAI MOTOR'S FIRST ‘COUNTY ELECTRIC’ MINIBUS

HYUNDAI MOTOR'S FIRST ‘COUNTY ELECTRIC’ MINIBUS Hyundai Motor Company has introduced its first electric minibus, the County Electric. The model is build for the Korean market and Hyundai says it provides an economical, eco-friendly, safe and convenient alternative to diesel-powered buses. The County is 7,710 mm long and suitable for up to 33 seats. It is equipped with a high-power 128 kWh lithium-ion-polymer battery that provides a range of 250 km on a full charge.

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30 Jun 2020

COVID-19: PUBLIC TRANSPORT COMPANY ASKS TRAVELERS TO WALK

COVID-19: PUBLIC TRANSPORT COMPANY ASKS TRAVELERS TO WALK To promote social distancing during coronavirus times, Swedish public transport company Västtrafik encourage people to walk instead of taking the bus. To do this Västtrafik has made a new version of the common tram and bus map for the city of Gothenburg, which shows the number of steps required to walk between bus and tram stops.

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