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How France & Benelux Can Improve Sustainability and Smart City Infrastructure with Connected Vehicle Data

June 6, 2022
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Government organisations in France and Benelux are tasked with aggressive Net Zero targets and looking to traffic flow optimisation as one way to reduce both congestion and emissions. Yet getting an accurate and granular picture of traffic patterns to inform decision making is resource intensive, error-prone and involves the need to hire expensive external contractors. That’s where connected vehicle data comes into play.

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Government organisations in France and Benelux are tasked with aggressive Net Zero targets and looking to traffic flow optimisation as one way to reduce both congestion and emissions. Yet getting an accurate and granular picture of traffic patterns to inform decision making is resource intensive, error-prone and involves the need to hire expensive external contractors. That’s where connected vehicle data comes into play.

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