‘Failing to put people above technology in the planning of smart cities and transport networks could lead to divided and socially exclusive communities across the UK’, says a new report published today by PwC and London Transport Museum in collaboration with Thales and international law firm Gowling WLG.
Rethinking Smart Futures draws on five expert roundtable discussions that took place with industry leaders, policy makers and academics throughout 2018 as part of Interchange, London Transport Museum’s thought-leadership programme. In collaboration with Gowling WLG and PwC, Interchange provokes debate and discussion about the future of transport.
Mark Garrity, Director, Strategy Sales & Marketing for Thales Ground Transportation Systems said:
Transport is the bedrock of a Smart Future. Countries, cities, and transport operators are adapting to rapid urbanisation and the changing way people travel within and between cities. To enable this evolution, we need to understand, anticipate, and meet users’ needs in real time, through the use of data analytics and technology. This report articulates a roadmap that encourages collaboration across the public and private sector to facilitate connected, more intelligent journeys for a smarter, safer, future.
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