This Workshop is a result of the March 27, and June 19 Workshops held by Agrion, Perkins + Will, and UC Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC):
Planning agencies, such as the SFMTA and the MTC, need access to as much transportation data as possible to effectively plan, develop, and manage transportation routes and networks. Much of this data is in the hands of private companies (ridesharing programs, corporate shuttles, etc.), who owe their employees a great degree of privacy, reliability, and security. Resources are available that provide a mechanism for secure, anonymized public data, such as NREL’s Secure Transportation Data Project, but no platform exists for securely archiving private transportation data.
This workshop will focus on the difficulties inherent in data sharing, specifically in the transportation industry. Panelists will draw on different industries as case studies, and propose potential solutions and insights into public/private data security and anonymity concerns.
For more information or to request to join the panel, please contact: [email protected]