New Report: What 50 Smart Cities Say about Using Vehicle Data | 2022

One key concern smart city movers and shakers have is a genuine interest in supporting better sustainability. Data driven decisions, backed by mobility intelligence, are already being used to support ride-sharing and carpools, and to improve access to public facilities.  

64% of smart city professionals use vehicle data to reduce public congestion, offer intelligent parking around parks or museums, and support other eco-friendly initiatives.  

Smart city data is also used in planning future infrastructure, replacing guesswork, assumptions, and gut feeling, as the basis for new roads development.  

A key element that is crucial in the fight against climate change, is EV vehicles. Here traditional data gathering methods fail, and 78% of survey respondents find it challenging to secure reliable data on electric vehicles.  

By switching to multi-layered vehicle data smart cities could accurately ascertain data on EV traffic and usage, plan infrastructure such as charging stations and reduce carbon emissions. It is interesting to note that EV data can be used to calculate the required carbon offset and thus contribute to programs focusing on reducing carbon emissions.


The smell of the leather seats, the sound of the throttle, and even light from outside—all affect your state of mind. That’s what makes a good car great.

Leave a Reply