Unlock the true state of US transportation
Throughout Q1 and Q2 of 2023, Rekor and AWS joined forces to conduct a no-nonsense listening campaign in the transportation industry. The goal? To reveal the unvarnished truth about the current “State of the Union” on digital infrastructure. Through multiple, deep-dive one-on-one conversations led by an independent third-party facilitator, leaders of state, municipal and federal transportation authorities, automobile OEMs, industry experts, academics, and renowned transportation consulting agencies fearlessly stepped forward, unleashing their most thought-provoking views and insights.
This research culminated in a closed-door, invite-only roundtable during the ITS America Conference & Expo in Dallas, where the sharpest minds in the field came together to share their views.
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