Professor David Hensher: Future of bus operations with big data analytics, internet of things

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David Brown talks to Professor David Hensher from the University of Sydney. When the NSW Government in Australia held a Future of Transport Summit one of the people they specifically invited to attend was Professor David Hensher. In the context of autonomous vehicles, big data analytics, internet of things, disruptive technologies and customer service in the digital age, there was much formal and informal discussion on the likely new context in which public transport services might be provided, including driverless vehicles of all types (cars, taxis, buses, trains) in which mobility services come to the fore with no need for individuals to own a car, with regulatory reform (and contracts) that supports a customer-focussed mobility model in which point to point transport can be provided via smart technology.
Originally aired on 21 May 2016. For past programs and individual segments visit

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