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ITS

Abbreviation for:
Independent Tribunal Service (now, the Appeals Service) 
inferior temporal sulcus
Initial Tracing Service  
insulin-transferrin-selenium
intertubercular sulcus
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Such electricity-powered smart vehicles can make a significant contribution to reducing carbon emissions, saving fuel consumption, and improving smart mobility which, in turn, contributes to transforming Dubai into a smart city.
He said the RTACehas "approached a host of international manufacturers of smart vehicles to examine technological alternatives on offer, and plan for real-life experiments for using such vehicles in Dubai".
It also visited some businesses and manufactures of smart vehicles to check the best international practices of this line of industry, and review the latest studies and researches published by key specialist international research centres.
Some four dozen Mercedes Benz dealers across the country have long waiting lists for new Smart vehicles, which sell for upwards of $12,000.
Chen Anning, vice general manager at Chery Automobile, said, 'We seek to develop smart vehicles that will enable mobile phone-controlled driving, using the top South Korean telecom operator's technology.
They are developing technology that will transform cars into smart vehicles that are able to detect dangers on the road and also take over control from drivers, reports The Telegraph.
3 million contribution towards the cost of buying the smart vehicles.
The company supplied batteries for the electric versions of Daimler's Smart vehicles, which will begin production at the end of 2009.
So clearly, saving time through smart vehicles communications systems means saving money.
Recognizing the importance of smart vehicles and the potential for unintended consequences if human factors are not placed at the center of their design, DOT launched the Intelligent Vehicle Initiative (IVI) in 1997.
of smart vehicles to feed innovations in in-vehicle services and automated
Just as the dealership's inventory of Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Sprinter and Smart vehicles will be easily accessible, so will budgeting tools, vehicle comparisons, and the ability to schedule service online.