Our primary strategic goal is to promote Pervasive Traffic Intelligence. Intelligent systems that strengthen the crucial collaboration between all decision makers - both the individual drivers and the authorities. Combining the possibilities in real time adaptive infrastructure control with tactical and operational traffic planning for satellite-based (GNSS) in-vehicle units or nomadic devices is our primary objective.
The intention is to let navigation units work as interconnected agents that will share information to achieve the best distribution of traffic possible. The term 'agents' is used in computer science to describe units that will contribute to find a combined computational result by each solving a minor part of the computation.
The computations are based on state of the art methods within the domains of traffic research, mathematics, operations research, and computer science
Current areas include: Distributed Travel Mode Detection on Smartphones, Statistical Validation of Infrastructure Information from GPS units, Information Migration between Heterogeneous Digital Map Representations, Field Operational Test on multi information source route guidance, and promoting Pervasive Traffic Intelligence.
Please find below a number of the papers we have publiced on the work we have done: