Crowdsourcing, Real-time Data and Connected Cities
We're delighted to have Di-Ann Eisnor with us talking with Mike Butcher, TechCrunch Europe about connected cities, real-time data and how it changes maps and makes them actionable.
Waze is a social mobile application providing free turn-by-turn navigation based on the live conditions of the road.
100% powered by users, the more you drive, the better it gets.She'll emphasize congestion avoidance and crowdsourcing - using some numbers about impact on hours saved and also on emissions saved.
About our speaker
Di-Ann Eisnor, VP Platform and Partnerships, runs US operations and is crafting the cartography of “live mapping” for the crowd-sourced navigation and real-time traffic start-up, Waze. Di-Ann is also founder and chairman of Platial, and founded Eisnor Interactive which was bought by Omnicom back in 2001. Di-Ann is a neogeography pioneer and serial entrepreneur employing all means to increase the world’s citizen mappers. Di-Ann has spoken at BigThink, MIT, SXSW, TEDxSiliconValley, LeWeb, MWC, Signal, AppNation, State of the Map, Web 2.0, & Where 2.0
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