Mobility Data and the Digital City Future
Cities have access to anonymized mobility data that you create: scooter trips, Uber/Lyft usage, Waze traffic jams, bike share movement, and street sensors and cameras. Cities use this data to improve infrastructure, transit options, pedestrian safety, air pollution reductions, and project selection and funding. Soon cities will manage the right-of-way and curb digitally to dynamically charge for and assign access to AVs, ride share, buses, dockless vehicles, and delivery vehicles. Learn how cities will manage this while accounting for privacy, security, your digital rights, transparency, and open data using public/private partnerships, foundations, and open source software solutions.
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Additional Supporting Materials
- What data do cities have access to from IoT devices and private companies?
- How do cities make use of the detailed data they collect and use from private companies?
- What does a digital mobility city of the future look like, and how will they manage privacy and transparency?
- Michael Schnuerle, Chief Data Officer, Louisville Metro
- Joy Bonaguro, Data Analytics Lead, Corelight
- Jane Wiseman, Government Fellow and leader of Institute for Excellence in Government, Harvard Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation
- Mateo Clarke, Lead Software Developer, Austin Transportation Department, City of Austin, TX
Michael Schnuerle, Chief Data Officer, Louisville Metro