Crowd sourced data has been used for a number of years now to support decisions around infrastructure and cities. Without having to set up equipment to collect measurement data, we can now ask questions of our cities using a raft of data sources, which allows us to play with ideas and thrash out scenarios before needing to commit to a direction. It also allows players into the market who traditionally didn’t have a starting point to be competitive. So what’s next and how is the data being made easier to use? NGIS transport lead, Jeeten Chauhan and Google’s smart cities lead in APAC Ian McPherson join Adam Mullett on this episode of the podcast.