Despite 13% fewer miles driven in 2020, traffic fatalities in the U.S. went up by 8%! Contrary, road fatalities in the EU plummeted by 17%, reaching the record low numbers. Can telematics explain such discrepancy and help to increase road safety?
The true smart cities of the future will be the ones pioneering extracting the value from the data in enhancing living conditions and taking care of the environment. By leveraging tools that analyze various traffic patterns and through a series of centralized digitalized services, city authorities can significantly improve the quality of life and mobility.
People today are not buying as many new cars as they used to, which is why the car OEMs decided to shift their focus from selling cars – to selling mobility. We examine what the future of transport and mobility will look like, as well as the problems car OEMs might find along the way.
Can we use vehicle GPS tracking data to figure out whether a new bridge would help reduce congestions? Here's an interesting qualitative analysis of commuting patterns over the existing Zagreb bridges.