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A regular programme about the Intelligent Transport Systems industry. Featuring news, interviews, what's ons and off-beat stories presented in an informative and entertaining way.
since Jun, 2012
In the last of three podcasts from the ITS California conference in San Diego, Paul Hutton talks to keynote speaker Alice Tornquist from Qualcomm about the company's innovations in ITS. He also speaks to organiser Jane White and four more of the companies on the exhibition floor. We also hear about a new live TV streaming innovation from Thinking Highways magazine and ITS UK, and hear about two forthcoming shows in the Middle East. These programmes are possible thanks to the generous sponsorship of two Californian ITS companies – global mass transit business Cubic Transportation Systems (cts.cubic.com) and moving video solution start-up company Qvision (www.qvisiontechnology.com). Please check out their websites by clicking on their logos to the right.
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