By Daniel CappuccioThe smart phone’s already become a useful device for many people, but how does it work and what does it do for your everyday life?
That’s the question we asked with our latest episode of the intelligence matters podcast, which is available for listening on Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Spotify, TuneIn, SoundCloud and other services.
We also explored the possibilities for smarter cars and connected cars, which we believe are just around the corner.
Intelligent transport system (ITS)Intelligent transportation system (its) is a concept that refers to a new system that would enable intelligent vehicles to drive themselves, as opposed to having human drivers.
The concept is called intelligent transportation system, and it uses technology to enable vehicles to communicate with each other.ITS involves a combination of sensors and algorithms to ensure the vehicles are aware of their surroundings and respond to their environment.
Its concept is a natural extension of the concept of intelligent transportation, but ITS also aims to replace human drivers with AI systems.
For example, you might want to take a selfie and have it uploaded to your smart watch so that your car can drive alongside you.
You might also want to send a text message to your friend, and if your phone gets lost in the city, you can easily retrieve it.
In this episode, we discuss the pros and cons of using a smart phone in a driverless vehicle, why smart home devices like thermostats and lighting systems are so useful and how the smart car concept can take place in your daily life.
In the first part of the episode, our guest Daniel Capps explores the benefits of smart phones for intelligent transport systems and how these systems could benefit your everyday activities.
Daniel will also tell us how you can use your smartphone to make your own smart home, so that you can take advantage of these new innovations.
Daniel’s article for Smartphones in a Driverless Vehicle discusses some of the challenges of building intelligent transportation systems and what it will take to make it a reality.
In Part Two of this series, Daniel talks about how to use the latest technology to make smart home products smarter and safer, as well as how to build your own Smart Home to improve the safety of your home.
In part three of the series, we will discuss what’s next for the smart home and smart cars, including the possibilities of autonomous vehicles and smart home appliances.
In our final episode of our smart phone series, I will explore the latest advances in intelligent transport technologies.
Daniel will also discuss the smart cars that are on the horizon and what they can do for you.
If you enjoyed this episode and would like to share it with your friends, please leave a comment below.