How big data drives intelligent transportation

Source: Rocky Mountain Institute
Greg Rucks & Alisha KuzmaConsultant & Transportation Intern
August 27, 2012
Originally published at GreenBiz.com.
America has been built and shaped by its ability to move people and goods freely and quickly, fueled by oil. But this “freedom” comes at a cost.

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America built and shaped by its ability to move people and goods. Most importantly move them freely and quickly. However and as more importantly, primarily transportation fueled by oil is what’s happening. However this “freedom” comes at a cost. Cause transportation is America’s number-two consumer cost after housing. So it seems that American drivers pay most noteworthy $8,000 a year for an auto they drive only 4 percent of the time.

Therefore and according to RMI research, vehicles more interestingly through data are used more productively. It can gives the same or better access. That’s access to transportation services with 46–84 percent less driving. Fortunately, we can now access and share detailed transportation data. Thereby on an unprecedented scale. Therefore allowing creative software app developers to expand and enhance our mobility options. It’s cause it all amounts to most importantly an emerging new transportation paradigm.

In conclusion and in 2017 as reported by Allerin.

Unprecedented amounts of data are constantly generating. Generating in the form of transaction histories. Also social media feeds, data pricing, customer feedback, and the likes. To make sense of this vast amount of data is not an easy task. That’s when big data comes in the picture.

Finally, big data has revolutionized most of the industrial sectors. Big data and its analysis help enhance the usability and functioning. Functioning of an organization and belonging to any sector. Now, big data is all set to transform transportation.

Source: Rocky Mountain Institute

Greg Rucks & Alisha Kuzma, Consultant & Transportation Intern, Also Originally published at GreenBiz.com.