Of all of the buzzwords to come out of the tech world over the last 20 years, there’s one in particular that’s really stuck around. IOT: The Internet of Things.
Although you’ve probably heard of it, it’s a technology that never really got the red carpet treatment. And yet these days, it seems to be everywhere you look.
Now, Ferrovial is working on a new project to turn its highways into connected highways, using a variety of different sensors and the internet of things.
On this episode of Sounds Like Infrastructure, we take a look at the pilot tests Ferrovial is working on right now, and find out how the system will automatically share information like traffic conditions, incidents and potential hazards with drivers on the highway, in real time.
We find out what the connected highway will look like in the world of autonomous vehicles and ask how marketing will work in the world of autonomous and connected vehicles.
Sounds Like Infrastructure is a collaboration between Ferrovial and Veleta Media. Our team includes Kevin García King, José Luis García Guaita, Arantxa Gulias Valverde, Manuel Sánchez Medina and Craig Lawless. Editing by Craig Lawless.
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