The way you get around today is changing. By that I mean our modes of transportation are morphing in ways we never thought possible. Much of the change behind the way we travel can be credited to innovative ideas. Think about it. We are about to enter a new phase that will allow Vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure capabilities to collect massive amounts of data that can be shared with all drivers, making journeys safer and better for everyone on the road. Organizations of all sizes are coming together to create safe, efficient and seamless experiences for drivers, but the question still remains: how do we accelerate this innovation to create an even better future for transportation?
Earlier this month, Xerox attended the Intelligent Transportation Systems World Congress 2014 conference in Detroit to explore the thinking on that very question.
Joining us today to talk more about their time at the show and the future of transportation are Ken Philmus, senior vice president of Xerox’s Government and Transportation Sector, and Richard Harris, solutions director for Xerox’s International Government and Transportation Sector.