18 Oct

Moving from CASE to C-A-S-E – Embracing a people-centric paradigm for the future of mobility

I was in London attending a conference, today. I was trying to figure out at what time I should leave the ExCeL center to get to Gatwick in time to catch my flight. What I cared about is whether the subway was working regularly, or whether there were delays because of the protests that were […]

18 Jul

Can You Trust Your Smart City to be Ethical?

Massimiliano ClapsResearch Director Read full bio Julia NeuschmidSenior Research AnalystRead full bio A city in Finland uses mobile phone data to detect which modes of transportation a person is using. The information is then compiled into a carbon footprint scoring mechanism that can yield discounts for “righteous” citizens.