Tuesday February 11, 2014

The "Intel Freeway to the Future" Study Results

A new study commissioned by Intel Corporation and conducted by Penn Schoen Berland found that on average half of Americans desire a driverless society, support drones for public service or want cities to invest in smart infrastructures that would use and apply non-personal data from cars and buildings to improve quality of life for them and their community. The "Intel Freeway to the Future" study conducted across eight countries by Penn Schoen Berland examines citizens' attitudes toward technology innovations designed to make cities smarter, more convenient and safer.