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  1. Video
    07 September 2015

    Optimising Aarhus's transport system with Bluetooth (Denmark)

    2915 reads Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark. Its urban zone has a population of 1.2 million inhabitants. In 2011 the city implemented a highly innovative and cost-effective solution using...

  2. Video
    07 September 2015

    Optimising Aarhus's transport system with Bluetooth (Denmark)

    Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark. Its urban zone has a population of 1,2 million inhabitants. In 2011, the city implemented a highly innovative and cost-effective solution using Bluetooth...

  3. News
    02 March 2015

    Copenhagen to roll out new smart traffic system (Denmark)

    4342 reads Copenhagen City Council has approved spending 60 m Krone (€ 8.04m) to implement intelligent transport systems (ITS) that will adapt traffic signals to weather and real-time traffic conditions....

  4. News
    13 July 2015

    Denmark uses GPS data to monitor road network

    2526 reads Denmark has become the first country in the world to use GPS probe data across its road network to monitor traffic and congestion nationwide. With the new system, the Danish Road Directorate will...

  5. News
    29 February 2016

    Copenhagen completes overhaul of traffic signals (Denmark)

    1703 reads The city of Copenhagen has replaced all of its old traffic signals in an effort to reduce the amount of traffic delays on its roads. The Danish capital was experiencing repeated failures in the...

  6. News
    12 September 2018

    Copenhagen uses short car-free sections to encourage cycling

    1122 reads Experience in the Danish capital Copenhagen, suggests that preventing motorised traffic from using short sections of a major thoroughfare enhances the use of the route by cyclists. This is the...

  7. News
    28 March 2019

    Smart city: enthusiasm but caution on new 5G technology

    1054 reads 5G networks no doubt have the technological specs necessary to power smart cities, but without careful design and planning the complexity of integrating everything from traffic to health care...

  8. News
    25 October 2019

    Copenhagen to increase parking costs up to 100 times for reducing cars in the city

    Luettu 24 kertaa In spring 2020, the Danish Capital is going to increase the prices for resident parking. The current scheme bases pricing on the emissions of vehicles following the logic that fewer...

  9. Case study
    04 April 2015
  10. Case study
    04 April 2015