City planners and local authorities today face immense pressure to improve mobility and the lives of their residents, while staying within strict budgets and without compromising on their net-zero targets.
This is made even more difficult when they can’t see the way a city moves. This kind of information usually takes time to decipher, largely due to disparate data sources – meaning planners are unable to implement any lasting solutions.
That’s where smart mobility can deliver great benefits. An application of big data, smart mobility involves connecting technology, infrastructure and transportation together to see how a community moves in real time. This insight enables city planners to place EV charging points more effectively, ease congestion, spot potential hazards in order to prevent accidents, and improve infrastructure.