Geofencing och uppkopplade fordons potential
(Eventet hålls på engelska)
Full obedience of traffic rules and regulations and the ability to dynamically change them, depending on the current situation in a city or on a motorway, would enable a completely new toolbox for traffic planners.
In Sweden, dynamic environmental zones that are triggered by thresholds in air pollution or digitally-enforced speed regulations outside schools are currently being tested. To a large extent, the technology is already available and the Swedish Transport Administration is working together with the city of Gothenburg and Stockholm to develop the ability to deliver traffic rules and regulations digitally to connected vehicles through a national road database.
This webinar will discuss current and future applications of geofencing technology and what capabilities that will be needed from transport authorities in order to make full use of its potential.
Johannes Berg, Senior Adviser for Digitalization of the Transport System, Swedish Transport Administration
Alice Grossman, Ph.D., Senior Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation