Smarter Transport: Big Data is the key to unlocking the new mobility

Chris Cooper of IBM has been working with new concepts for the way in which all available information about the transport system provides for better travel decisions

Chris Cooper, IBM
11 June 2012
Chris Cooper is the IBM Industry Architect for Travel & Transportation supporting a broad range of clients across road, rail and air. Chris takes a particular interest in industry-wide collaboration with partners and customers, he represents IBM on a number of Technology Strategy Board and EPSRC sponsored engagements. Chris has 14 years of IT industry experience, is a Certified IT Architect and a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Chris Cooper is the IBM Industry Architect for Travel & Transportation supporting a broad range of clients across road, rail and air. Chris takes a particular interest in industry-wide collaboration with partners and customers, he represents IBM on a number of Technology Strategy Board and EPSRC sponsored engagements. Chris has 14 years of IT industry experience, is a Certified IT Architect and a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Comprehensive data about the transport system and how it is operating will open up radically different ways of making travel decisions to the benefit of individuals and society as a whole. They range from personalised journey alerts, city wide status dashboards and system management tools like the  Smarter Traveller project
Comprehensive data about the transport system and how it is operating will open up radically different ways of making travel decisions to the benefit of individuals and society as a whole. They range from personalised journey alerts, city wide status dashboards and system management tools like the Smarter Traveller project

 

A common theme among many futuristic views of our personal mobility is the way in which data will be used to make transportation smarter. It will change the relationships between citizens, transport providers and the state. It will impact all our professional lives – notably in the ways in which we deploy our resources, and how we operate and measure our organizations. The intelligent and creative use of data will make transport more accessible, adaptable, predictable and above all, more...

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