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Jul 2013

View results of our survey among ITS experts


We publish the results of the survey on intelligent mobility systems and their deployment. Conclusions from the answers collected among 150 experts attending the European ITS congress are that (in order of importance): Real time traffic information; Ecodriving-asistance systems; and dynamic traffic lights and optimum speed advice, are the three technologies with the most potential to reduce CO2 emissions in Europe. Experts expressed that financial aspects (cost of equipment, installation, maintenance, updates) is the single most important barrier to the deployment of intelligent mobility technologies. Finally they also believe that the best way to speed up the acceptance of these systems is to proceed with the installation of intelligent mobility systems as standard in all vehicles. View infographics with the full results of our survey online:


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