After many years of client requests, we’re releasing the first cut of our StreetLight Volume: 2016 AADT Metric on the StreetLight InSight® platform. These beta Metrics provide a very robust estimate of 2016 Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) for almost any road in the US. To learn more, keep reading this blog post, or join our webinar on June 16th at 12pm PT. Click here to register for the webinar.
We believe this Metric provides estimates that are comparable or better than most of the standard AADT estimation practices for three reasons:
At StreetLight Data, we transform location data from connected vehicles and mobile devices into Metrics that describe travel patterns through our easy-to-use StreetLight InSight® platform. The name StreetLight Data is a metaphor for the light that our analytics shine on mobility behavior. In other words, we don’t do streetlights – or rather, we haven’t before.
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I’m excited to share that StreetLight Data has officially announced its new data partnership with Cuebiq, a next generation location intelligence company. As a result of this partnership, StreetLight’s total device sample size will increase to more than 30M devices – that represents over 10% of the adult US population.
Today, the Administration is announcing a new “Smart Cities” Initiative that will invest over $160 million in federal research and leverage more than 25 new technology collaborations to help local communities tackle key challenges such as reducing traffic congestion, fighting crime, fostering economic growth, managing the effects of a changing climate, and improving the delivery of city services. "
When you drive to the grocery store do you consider the effects it has on our environment?
At a TedXTalk in Sacramento on Saturday March 7, 2015 our CEO, Laura Schewel, advocated for the smart use of Big Data to transform how we drive and move forward in green transportation.
I just wrapped up a few days at the always-impressive VERGE Conference. This post summarizes the most important messages I drew from a panel discussion including StreetLight Data, StreetWize, and the City of San Francisco’s Neighborhood Empowerment Network.