Special Interest Session on “Smart Intelligent Traffic Intersections – Evaluating Challenges of Big Data for Smart Cities” to be held on October 13th 2016, 4pm to 5:30pm at the upcoming 23rd Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
Smart Intelligent Traffic Intersections (SITI) talking to Connected Cars will provide the foundations for Smart Cities of the future generating Big Data on Transportation Systems, Vehicles, Bicyclists, Pedestrians and User Information Systems as we start seeing Self-driving Cars on the roads using Machine Intelligence to detect obstacles in their pathways.
This is the 3rd of a series of Special Interest Sessions started at the ITS World Congress Detroit generating a lot of interest for Connected Cars of the Future; at Bordeaux for leveraging the Internet of Things and now at Melbourne to evaluate challenges of Big Data Science for Smart Cities, for Collection, Transmission and Urban Analytics of V2X Data.
Can similar Machine Intelligence proposed to be used for Autonomous Cars also be used in Roadside Infrastructure to provide Data Visualization and Predictive Analytics? How will we apply Data Fusion to sensor data coming from various sources at traffic intersections? What are the human factors and what will be the Human Machine Interfaces for such emerging systems? What kind of intelligence will be required at the edge for such computing?
The panel will discuss key challenges and opportunities of Transportation Big Data, important for Smart Cities of the future.
Please register here for advance information, discussions and brainstorming to find out more about Smart Cities and their Challenges and be informed about the formation of this panel, participate in the panel and obtain regular updates via email, conference calls, webinar and your participation.Join for SIS Panel Group Reception Dinner at pre-planned dates and times.