The next generation of trains will be autonomous, operating without human help, thanks to digital technologies including artificial intelligence and big data. Read on
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From the brain of the automated train to the data it needs to make decisions. Here’s how driverless actually works and why so many modern cities are going this route.
“The Dubai authorities came to us and said, ‘What can you do to help improve our system? What have you learned over the years?’” relates David Dimmer of Thales. Here’s what Thales answered.
Vancouver residents take it for granted now, but the opening in 1985 of the world’s first fully automated driverless metro was nothing short of revolutionary.