Saving travel time thanks to open data

Saving travel time thanks to open data

We are immersed in the data society. Each day we produce and consume a large amount of data and estimates of the volume of data we will produce in 2020 zettabyte, or more than 40 terabytes per person. It seems crazy but like the Internet at the time, lThe data is here to stay. The data culture is unstoppable.

A good example are those implemented in sectors such as transport. Deloitte estimates that the data published by Transport for London Have saved public transport users 58 million pounds per year due to changing user behavior. They rely on real-time data on traffic incidents, and better plan their routes more efficiently and comprehensively. And this is just the tip of the iceberg of the possibilities of open data.

Full article by Ignasi Alcalde

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