Eno Member Content PreviewA Brief History of Big Data (in Federal Transportation)
Big Data is big. Big enough to generate 3.5 billion search results each day. Big enough to process over 25 million transit trips daily, to find patterns in ridership to improve safety, service and reduce costs. Big enough to potentially eliminate six billion metric tons of GHG pollution by reducing inefficient vehicle operations and travel demand.
Eno Member Content PreviewDistracted Driving’s New Challenge: Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go is the latest in a long line of distractions for drivers that have prompted responses from federal and state policymakers.
The Lists: The Top 10 Private Sector Disruptors in Transportation
This month we have partnered with Shared Mobility Strategies, LLC to select the Top 10 Private Sector Disruptors in Transportation. These innovators are leveraging mobile technologies to improve productivity, profitability and operations. They are building the foundation for a new generation of technologies that will enable enterprises to connect devices across a centralized cloud network, and capture and share mission-critical data.
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