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Creating a sustainable future using GIS and Connected Vehicle Data

July 9, 2021
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The Wejo team are excited to be part of this year’s Esri User Conference (Esri UC), July 12-15 2021, where we’ll be talking about how connected vehicle data (CVD) supports this year’s conference theme, ‘GIS – Creating a Sustainable Future’.

GIS professionals are using new data sources and getting creative to tackle the challenges of climate change, from protecting biodiversity, to building smarter cities. This year, the Esri UC will celebrate innovations in technology and explore how the GIS industry is contributing towards building a sustainable future.

Wejo’s GIS experts, Chris Rose, VP Channel Sales and Jim Eaton, AVP of Solutions Engineering will be hosting a session focused on ‘What can connected vehicles tell us about our roads?’, using real life examples to bring to life the power of CVD in reducing pollution and congestion.

Not able to join us? Discover more about CVD for GIS and Mapping by downloading our free eBook: “Connected Vehicle Data | Geographic Information System (GIS) Map Data”.

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