Alex Bayen's Project, Mobile Millennium, in Wired

Featured Faculty: Alexandre M. Bayen

The Mobile Millennium project was featured in the Wired article, Cellphone Networks and the Future of Traffic.

Mobile Millennium is a traffic monitoring system developed jointly by UC Berkeley and Nokia, under the umbrella of the US Department of Transportation and the California Department of Transportation. CEE Professor Alexandre Bayen is the project's principle investigator.

The in-depth article describes the various aspects of the system, including privacy safeguards, traffic estimation engine, and deployment.

The article echoes the Ars Technica article, Calling all cars: cell phone networks and the future of traffic, published a few days earlier.

Published 03/03/2011