Nokia and UC Berkeley in USA have just led a field experiment on the California highway to test the
feasibility of using GPS-enabled mobile phones to monitor real-time traffic flow while preserving the privacy of the phones’ users. As the CCIT (California Center for Innovative Transportation) states it,
for an entire day, 100 vehicles carrying the GPS‐equipped Nokia N95 drove along a 10‐mile stretch of I‐880 between Hayward and Fremont, California.
More to come about Internet in Mobility (@WebOL).