|Intel and VW partner on self-driving service in Israel|
|Volkswagen and Intel subsidiary Mobileye plan to deploy Israel's first self-driving ride hailing service - or mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) - starting next year through a joint venture.|
|Skyworks enables Philips smart street lighting|
|Wireless technology from Massachusetts semiconductor company Skyworks is enabling Philips' CityTouch end-to-end street lighting management platforms.|
|RET implements automated fare collection in Rotterdam|
|RET, one of the largest regional public transport companies in the Netherlands, is to implement an automated fare collection system in the city of Rotterdam.|
|Software AG powers Abu Dhabi smart city project|
|Abu Dhabi has completed a smart city project using technology from Technology Strategies Middle East and Germany's Software AG.|
|Live Traffic Data pilots connected intersections|
|New York company Live Traffic Data is running connected transportation pilots in New York, Florida and Wyoming, the firm’s chief technology officer Heng Hu (pictured) told delegates at last week's Advantech IoT Co-Creation Summit in Suzhou, China.|
|Pareteum brings Kyiv smart city accelerator to Silicon Valley|
US cloud software firm Pareteum is partnering with the city of Kyiv in the Ukraine to bring Kyiv's smart city accelerator to Silicon Valley to try to solve problems such as poverty and healthcare.
|Detroit pilots scheme for dockless mobility|
Detroit to pilot a method for cities working with e-scooter and dockless bike-share providers to share and analyse trip data so they can allocate street space to sustainable transportation, reduce traffic crashes and provide more equitable transportation access.
|Helsinki improves situational awareness on metro|
|Helsinki City Transport (Helsingin Kaupungin Liikenneliikelaitos) is to drive improved situational awareness and safer travelling across the Helsinki metro system using local company Teleste's S-Aware platform.|