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2019-2020 DATA SERIES

Join ITS America and the Mobility on Demand Alliance for a first-of-its-kind series where we tackle how transportation agencies, cities, states, and private mobility providers can make harness mobility data to benefit travelers. Each event builds on the next in this series about how seamless data is fueling seamless mobility..

Cities, regions and states use mobility data to manage their transportation system to reduce congestion, improve mobility, and enable greater accessibility to mobility choices. Private mobility and transportation information providers rely on data to provide services to their customers, power fleets and continue to grow the mobility marketplace.

The influx of new mobility on demand choices have resulted in large amounts of data being generated, some of which has begun to flow between the private companies and cities/regions/states. The issue of data sharing and access will continue to evolve as connected (V2X) and eventually automated vehicles move beyond pilots to scale


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SEAMLESS DATA: LET’S STOP TALKING ABOUT TRANSPORTATION DATA LIKE IT’S NEW
November 15, 2019, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Hosted in conjunction with ITS America’s Executive Forum: Seamless Data
Metropolitan Transportation Commission | San Francisco, CA
Register Now | Sponsored by AWS


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IS DATA SHARING REALLY HAPPENING IN MICROMOBILITY?
December 11, 2019, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Hosted in conjunction with Mobility on Demand Alliance Forum
Venue TBD | Los Angeles, CA
Registration Opens Soon | Sponsored by VIA


WHAT HAPPENS WHEN CONNECTED VEHICLES AND THEIR DATA HIT THE ROAD?
Coming in 2020


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CAN WE SAY “DATA SHARING” AND “AUTOMATED VEHICLES IN THE SAME SENTENCE?
Coming in 2020


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PUTTING THE “SEAMLESS” INTO DATA SHARING AND ACCESS
October 2020 - Hosted in conjunction with the 2020 ITS World Congress
Los Angeles, CA

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