Turning Traffic-Related Big Data into Information: Webinar

Join INRIX for a Webinar on August 16
Reserve your Webinar seat now

Date: Thursday, August 16, 2012
Time: 1:00-2:30pm EDT  (10:00-11:30am PDT)

INRIX Analytics combines the best traffic data and analytic tools – in the cloud accessible from a browser

INRIX Analytics is the result of collaboration with the University of Maryland’s CATT Lab based on software developed for the I-95 Corridor Coalition and its member agencies as part of the Coalition’s Vehicle Probe Project.  Since 2008, the Project has mined crowd-sourced traffic data with advanced analytics techniques to turn billions of data points into powerful insights that can now be extended to help all agencies take a smarter approach to how they build, manage and measure their road networks

Presenters:

Ted Trepanier, INRIX Sr. Director of Business Development, Public Sector

 

 

 

Pete Costello, INRIX Director of Business Development, Public Sector

 

 

 

INRIX Analytics helps metro, regional, state and national transportation agencies drive cost out of daily operations, pinpoint areas that most benefit from road and transit improvements and better measure the impact of their investments.

Quality analytics starts with quality data.  In the largest ongoing test of traffic data quality in the world and under a variety of road and weather conditions, the University of Maryland found INRIX data accurate within 2 miles per hour of actual travel speeds across 30 site tests in seven states over the past three years, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Join over a dozen state DOTs and 20 MPOs that are using INRIX Analytics today!

Find out more about INRIX and INRIX Analytics.

Kevin

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