October 20, 2020

Meet the Team: Ayala Rosenbaum

Professor and Writer, Shlomo Maital, interviews Waycare’s Product Manager, Ayala Rosenbaum, about her journey functions at Waycare. The two discuss Ayala’s background in Cognitive Science and how it brought her into the field of Product Management.

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October 6, 2020

Tipping Points in Transportation: Searching for the Secret Sauce

After the world has suffered from the heavy impact of a global pandemic, is there any way to fight back and initiate a positive tipping point? How can this be done to improve public transportation?

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August 12, 2020

An Argument Towards a Proactive Traffic Management Perspective

While it is true that there has been a decrease in traffic and vehicles on the road during COVID-19, it hasn’t been all positive news from a traffic management perspective.

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August 11, 2020

Nature’s “Autonomous Vehicles” – Humboldt Squid

Post by: Shai Maron, VP R&D Take one look at the creatures who inhabit the […]

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June 23, 2020

Webinar Takeaways: “Advancing Regional Cross-Agency Collaboration During Unforeseen Circumstances”

In a recent webinar hosted by the National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE), three panelists explored the challenges that different agencies have experienced, as well as the adjustments they have made to communicating and operating as a result.

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May 28, 2020

The Rise and Fall of Air Pollution as we Navigate COVID-19

One of the few silver linings brought about by the COVID-19 crisis has been a major reduction in driving activity. With states emerging from quarantine, what impact will this have on vehicle emissions and air pollution?

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May 18, 2020

How Waycare Responds to Its Users’ Needs

As a result of changing traffic patterns, Waycare has developed new layers for its map-based interface, highlighting COVID-19 testing sites and essential locations which are more likely to become inundated with traffic.

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May 12, 2020

Algorithms and the Digital Age: A Brief History

Today, we hear the word algorithm and associate it with machine learning, artificial intelligence, and modern technology. It is interesting to note however, that algorithms and the concepts they are based on pre-date computers by thousands of years.

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May 8, 2020

Public Transportation is On Life Support: How We Must Revive It

Largely ignored in all this has been the role of public transportation. With ridership down to nearly zero, and with it revenues, public transportation is now on life support.

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April 23, 2020

Good News: Crashes & Traffic Deaths are Down; Bad News: Not by THAT Much!

With a large fraction of the US under ‘shelter in place’ orders, we would expect to see a major decline in emergency braking, crashes, and traffic fatalities. But wait! …

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