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Through the Air or On the Ground, CES2019 had Mobility Covered

Whether by air, road, bike lane, hallway or virtually, via wireless, CES2019 had all aspects of mobility covered. Starting with wireless, announcements of so-called “5G” were everywhere. Wireless carriers are racing ahead of standards and chipset compatibility to establish beachheads in markets served by traditional wireline networks, such as cable and fiber providers. Of course, […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES2018

Electrifying Mobility in Communications, Transport & Smart Cities #CES2018

The “C” in this year’s CES2018 could have easily stood for “cars”, as vehicles from a variety of new entities as well as established players, were seemingly everywhere at CES2018. And it is much more than cars, as the vehicles ranged from personal transport to delivery to shared. The impact of the technologies go beyond […]

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Collaboratively Enabling Mobility

“How do you create a society that enables mobility and not just car ownership…and that facilitates the flow of people and goods,” asks Matt Peak, Managing Partner, Peak Strategy Partners, LLC. Peak suggests that a collaborative process involving the community is essential to improving mobility; both physical and economic. Speaking at the Driverless Cities’ Conference, Peak references […]

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Connected Cars & Connected Cities – Making Them Smarter

The intersection of telecom, sensors and transportation to create “smart cities” is the concept that Adrian Pearmine discusses in the above video. Pearmine, National Director for Smart Cities and Connected Vehicles for DKS Associates, delves into the recent U.S. Department of Transportation Smart City Challenge and how it could be the catalyst for change in mobility, the […]

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Viodi View – 12/02/15

Is there another way to fund rural broadband? That question has rattled around in my head for 11 years, which is when I penned an article suggesting a fee on every device with a MAC ID as an alternative way to fund Universal Service. As mentioned in the previous issue of the Viodi View, a combination of […]