The collision of big data and the internet of things, with a network of connected cars and sensors, means traffic management is getting smarter
Last year drivers in London spent an average of 101 hours in gridlock. Transportation systems are the arteries of the modern economy but, as the global population grows, increasing demands are being placed on transport infrastructures and managing these will only become harder. This report explores the rise of city car-sharing, big data’s role in reducing traffic jams and the most innovative connected car technology to get you through the grind of the daily commute. It also assesses the impact of Brexit on the airline industry and the near-reality of drone delivery
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