StreetLight has developed a library of transportation performance models to score various aspects of ground transportation. Scores from performance models apply to the driver, the vehicle, or the road itself. Examples of models in StreetLight's data foundry include:
- Vehicle Efficiency Scores: Physics-based models of how much fuel a vehicle would burn when driving a given route with a particular driving style. This enables comparisons between different vehicles under the same conditions, as well as calculations of fuel cost and emissions.
- Driver Risk Scores: Models to score risky driver behavior. Risk scores measure factors like a driver's speed relative to ambient traffic speeds, or the number of times the driver taps a Smart Phone while driving. These scores support empirical assessments of risk, such as Usage Based Insurance.
- Road Segment Risk Scores: These models score the crash risk of a road segment compared to other segments based on historical incident data. These models enhance risk assessment for routes and Usage Based Insurance.
- Road Segment Demographic Scores: StreetLight scores road segments based on demographic characteristics (gender, age, trip purpose breakdown of drivers) as well as demographics of the vehicles being driven (make, model, year, etc). These scores assist with the siting of commercial assets and transportation infrastructure.
These four examples are just part of what StreetLight Data can offer. If you would like to know more about StreetLight's performance models, please contact us.