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Digital Subscriptions > Cities Today > October 2018 > Data systems can be the air traffic control tower of urban mobility

Data systems can be the air traffic control tower of urban mobility

By Nir Erez, Co-founder and CEO Moovit

Managing the transport infrastructure of our growing cities is going to require massive solutions that coordinate everyone’s movement smoothly and efficiently–or we’ll be stuck in endless gridlock.

Imagine a major airport with no air traffic control tower. Collisions and crashes would be commonplace. Circling aircraft would run out of fuel and drop from the sky. Planes would be stacked up on runways, stopped on tarmacs and stuck at gates. Chaos would reign. What was once regarded as reliable, if not slightly annoying, air transport would become a daily dance with death.

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