Travel and transportation are evolving in response to customers’ demands and technological advances, but the movement of people and goods must be sustainable in its impact on society and the environment
Travel in the future could be very different. Enabled by the internet of things and on a flat rate for all modes of transport, our daily commute and business trips could be combined in one clever, convenient and economical contract – Mobility as a Service (MaaS). Supported by innovative and cutting- edge Kapsch technology, hypothetically, this is how life might look…
Passwords have been the de facto identity authentication standard for years. But as a string of high-profile data breaches has proven, passwords can be problematic for companies and consumers. Is biometrics the answer?
Computer hardware failure, which last Sunday shut down some cash machines and blocked debit cards, was the latest technical glitch to hit the high street – evidence that the financial services industry must throw off the legacy of outdated technology and modernise, writes Pádraig Floyd