July 6, 2017 — We are very excited to be working with German railway giant Deutsche Bahn to drive forward the smart city movement. You can read more at http://t3n.de/news/deutsche-bahn-startup-ampeln-835876/.
June 15, 2017 — As the autonomous vehicle (AV) industry gains traction, traffic light-related data and stop line information will become essential for fully autonomous vehicles to coexist with their human-operated counterparts. Read more [...]
January 23, 2017 — “If all the vehicles knew what all the traffic lights did, our best guess is the human carbon production would go down about 200 billion tons per year,” said Matt Ginsberg, CEO of Connected Signals. Read more [...]
August 16, 2017 — Next month the focus will again be on new trends in the transportation industry at the annual Intelligent Transportation Society of California Conference and Exhibition taking place September 18-20. We’ll be on hand [...]
July 24, 2017 — Next week we’re heading north to Toronto for the ITE 2017 Annual Meeting and Exhibit to share our ideas on the meaning of “Transportation for All”. We’ll be talking about some of our new ideas about [...]
January 18, 2017 — One question we’re often asked is whether connecting traffic management systems to the cloud to make real-time signal data widely available compromises security. After all, it’s not as if the Internet of Things is [...]
October 14, 2016 — Red lights are inherently dangerous. If you come to one, you might fail to stop and run into a car or pedestrian crossing with the light. You might run into the car in front of you if it stops suddenly as the light [...]
September 23, 2016 — Connected Signals’ business model is based on establishing true partnerships with municipalities and their transportation agencies. The traffic signal data we depend on belongs to those agencies, and they have the [...]