Smarter transport: Driving

There’s nothing smart about driving. Congestion costs the UK economy £12 billion every year, with road accidents adding a further £9.3 billion and poor air quality somewhere between £4.5-£10.6 billion, according to the UK Automotive Council.
It’s time for some smarter driving. Lessening congestion, pollution and road accidents is key to any city’s attempts to introduce ‘intelligent mobility’, an ambition that logically divides into three key areas; traffic management, intelligent cars, and smart, wireless charging for electric vehicles.