As vehicles and infrastructure begin to integrate smart, connected, and autonomous features, a large new dataset is being created, which could be highly useful to states. Time and location-linked data can provide precise information on driving behavior, energy demand, and change in behavior as a result of incentives or other transportation programs. Vehicle-specific usage data can also be used to assess the viability of a conversion to alternative fuel vehicles. On the other hand, this dataset creates a new vulnerable network that puts individuals’ data and privacy at risk. Thus, states will need to carefully consider whether or not to collect such data, how they will collect that data, and how they will productively use that data to inform programming or policy. This webinar will address technological updates and share experiences from early adopters of these data-rich technologies.
Mark Singer, Vehicle Technology Integration Group, National Renewable Energy Laboratory - Presentation
Sarah Booth, Director of Operations, Sawatch Labs - Presentation
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