Future of Data and intelligence

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  • A MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT FUTURES VISION FUTURE DATA & INTELLIGENCE IN TRANSPORT THE OF
  • We’ve always used data and intelligence to guide our journeys WE HAVE ALWAYS USED DATA & INTELLIGENCE TO GUIDE OUR JOURNEYS
  • we rely on real-time data and intelligence… Now more than ever… to make transport decisions
  • OUR TRANSPORT SYSTEM WILL PROGRESSIVELY TRANSITION FROM SMART TO INTELLIGENT – CONSTANTLY SELF-ADJUSTING TO DELIVER THE BEST OUTCOMES
  • We’ve already embraced data and intelligence in our day-to-day lives…
  • In the future our personal virtual butler will know exactly what transport options we want, without having to be asked
  • In fact, our virtual butler will tell us what to do – the transport mode, route or time to travel best suited to our own AND society’s needs
  • BUT LIMITED INFORMATION MEANS TRADEOFFS, AND SOMETIMES, UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES Today data helps us PRIORITISE transport investment and improvements
  • In the future, the government’s role will be better supported by technology that measures, models and moderates the impact of everything, from law changes, to when to resurface the Auckland Harbour Bridge TECHNOLOGY
  • We will have autonomous vehicles programmed to drive for us, and follow the road rules
  • - learning through every new experience and adjusting and improving their own performance EVENTUALLY VEHICLES WILL BECOME TRULY INTELLIGENT
  • DRIVER TESTING & BEHAVIOUR ENFORCEMENT WILL MOVE FROM FOCUSSING ON THE INDIVIDUAL TO FOCUSING ON THE VEHICLE
  • INVESTMENTS WILL BE MADE TO DELIVER OF DATA AND SYSTEMS, GIVING USERS THE TO TRUST THEIR VEHICLES
  • This story is one vision for the future We want to create debate and generate ideas Because the future of data and intelligence is only limited by how open we are to sharing information This vision is not presented as the views of industry or government policy. It is the Ministry of Transport’s intention to stimulate wider debate and generate ideas on the possible future of New Zealand’s transport system. Find out more about transport futures at www.transport.govt.nz/futures
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