As more vehicles and road infrastructure integrate smart and autonomous features, a large new dataset is being created, which could be highly useful to states. Time and location-linked data can provide precise information on driving behavior, energy demand, and how people respond to price incentives or other transportation programs. On the other hand, it creates a new vulnerable network that puts individuals’ data and privacy at risk. Thus, states will need to carefully consider if they will collect data, how they will do so, and how to productively use this information. This webinar will address those concerns and share experiences from early movers.
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