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Reuters Mobility Roundtable: Connecting Vehicle Architecture to Smart City Infrastructure

November 12, 2021
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Reuters Mobility 2021 took place on 26-28 October virtually this year. Aligning with the theme of Digitalization, Sustainability and the Smart City, Wejo was excited to take part to support the overall event aim of creating a sustainable and connected blueprint for zero emission transport and mobility.

Wejo’s VP Solutions Engineering, Jim Eaton, spoke on multiple sessions on day 2 of the event, focusing on intelligent infrastructure. Jim also joined Reuters IMPACT Director, Luke James, for a ‘Fireside chat’.

One of the sessions Jim was part of was the ‘Connecting Vehicle Architecture to Smart City Infrastructure’ roundtable. Jim was joined by speakers from City of Chattanooga, City of Dublin and Colorado Smart Cities Alliance.

In just under 40 minutes, the panelists discussed:

  • The need for better vehicle to infrastructure connectivity to pave a path for an autonomous future
  • The challenges around effective regulation and policy setting, around safety and open access data
  • The challenges in scaling connected vehicle architecture
  • The future transportation network and enhancing driver safety, reducing congestion and enabling efficient mobility
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