As we stride into the era of smart cities, data is the new oil, powering unprecedented transformations in our transport systems. With the surge of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI), we’re not just enhancing mobility but revolutionizing it.
From predicting traffic patterns and optimizing routes to improving safety measures and sustainability practices, AI and machine learning are taking the wheel. Yet, navigating this data-driven landscape comes with its own challenges – data management, privacy concerns, ethical considerations, to name a few.
At VTM, we’re passionately involved in harnessing the potential of Big Data and AI to shape the future of mobility, while responsibly addressing the hurdles that come along.
An insightful scientific article by the VTM team has just been published on a specialised journal. The transport sector is a traditionally male-dominated one, both from an employment point of view and for the values it embodies. It has the stigma of being dominated by a “macho” culture and it has been regarded as “no […]
“A developed country is not a place where the poor have cars. It’s where the rich use public transportation ” – so Gustavo Petro reminds us. [Portuguese and Spanish translation below] This statement couldn’t be more in line with the national and international vision of mobility. In fact, it is a perfect reflection of […]