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The Last Traffic Jam

The Last Traffic Jam: Eliminating Traffic Congestion... For Good

Imagine never being stuck in traffic jam again. How will we make this a reality? Explore the SlideShare to find out how connected cars, connected parking, connected lighting, and more will help contribute to the Last Traffic Jam ever.

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The Last Traffic Jam

  1. 1. The Last Traffic Jam: Eliminating Traffic Congestion… For Good
  2. 2. Imagine never being stuck in a traffic jam again. How will we make this a reality?
  3. 3. Click this button to tweet the information on the following slides.
  4. 4. Traffic jams cost Americans $124 billion in 2013. Source: Time Potential Savings of Traffic Jams Driverless cars will generate $1.3 trillion in annual savings in the U.S. and $5.6 trillion of annual savings worldwide. Source: RobotEnomics
  5. 5. By 2020, 90% of cars will be connected. Source: Telecom Technology for self-driving cars is forecasted to become an $87 billion market by 2030. Source: Hybrid Cars
  6. 6. • • • Sources: BBC, Futurist Speaker Smart Cars and Highways
  7. 7. Vehicle emissions are closely linked to drivers looking for parking. A year-long study found that drivers a 15- block stretch in Los Angeles drove more than 950,000 miles, produced 730 tons of carbon dioxide and used 47,000 gallons of gas searching for parking. Source: Streetline The average motorist wastes 2,549 hours (the equivalent of 106 days of their life) searching for a parking space. Source: The Telegraph Connected Parking 30% of urban traffic congestion is caused by drivers looking for a parking space. Source: ITS America
  8. 8. 3,000 connected cars in Ann Arbor, Michigan, have the capabilities to warn a driver if there is a chance of a collision with an oncoming vehicle, or change a traffic light to green if safe to do so. Source: The Economist, US DOT Simply by changing the timing of traffic lights, engineers were able to nearly double the fuel efficiency of a BMW test vehicle—from 22 mpg to 42 mpg. The company expects an overall 10-15% decrease in urban fuel consumption due to smart traffic signaling. Source: The Car Connection Connected Lighting The typical U.S. traffic signaling system is 30 to 40 years old. Source: The Car Connection
  9. 9. Source: Analysys Mason, 2014 Connected Cars
  10. 10. • • • • Source: Analysys Mason, June 2014 In-Car Connectivity
  11. 11. Source: Information Week
  12. 12. Source: Inferse Cars Will Drive Themselves Source: Inferse
  13. 13. Discover how Cisco’s technology will pave the way for the Last Traffic Jam. Visit the website for innovations on how connected parking, connected lighting, and connected cars will eliminate traffic jams. Visit Connected Futures for additional insights. Share this SlideShare

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The Last Traffic Jam: Eliminating Traffic Congestion... For Good Imagine never being stuck in traffic jam again. How will we make this a reality? Explore the SlideShare to find out how connected cars, connected parking, connected lighting, and more will help contribute to the Last Traffic Jam ever.

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