On this special episode of “TravelSafely with Bryan Mulligan”, you’ll hear about the latest technological advances in transportation and safety from two of the industry’s experts, plus how the Covid-19 pandemic has transformed the way business is being done in the transportation sector.
Bryan Mulligan is the President and Founder of Applied Information and has more than 20 years of experience leading the transportation industry in technical innovation. Peter Ashley is the Vice President of Business Development & Marketing for Applied Information.
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About Applied Information:
Applied Information is a leading developer of connected, intelligent transportation system (ITS) solutions designed to improve safety, reliability and mobility. Applied Information’s Glance Smart City Supervisory System™ platform allows cities to manage all their traffic and ITS assets on one web-based application. This includes 5 key areas: Traffic Intersections, School Beacons, Parking Guidance System, Mobile Vehicle Assets and ITS devices. AI’s Glance TravelSafely™ smartphone app connects drivers, cyclists and pedestrians for a safer commute.
About the iATL
The Infrastructure-Automotive Technology Laboratory (iATL) is the first facility in the world where automakers and transportation infrastructure manufacturers can imagine, create and test technology and applications for connected vehicles to communicate with traffic signals and other smart roadside traffic control equipment.
The 4,400 square foot facility is a private-sector led initiative, powered by Applied Information, where professionals can design, create, and test new developments in traffic infrastructure and the realm of connected vehicle technology.
The tools available include dozens of different types of electronic devices that control everything from traffic signals to school zone safety beacons to electronic crosswalks. Automakers will be able to develop interactive safety apps that interact with the devices, and cellular network operators will further develop communication technology, such as the highly anticipated 5G connectivity standards.