Home Traffic Control SMATS Traffic Solutions chooses targeted connected vehicle data from Wejo

SMATS Traffic Solutions chooses targeted connected vehicle data from Wejo

SMATS Traffic Solutions, a Canadian company that provides smart mobility and traffic management solutions, has chosen to implement a high resolution connected vehicle data solution from Wejo that will provide reliable, highly accurate, targeted traffic data. Wejo will enable SMATS to offer data within its SaaS solution, resulting in more accessible, accurate, and expansive traffic data for clients.

The Wejo high-resolution connected vehicle data – provided via the Adept service and SMATS iNode data analytics platform – will enable companies to access a wealth of historical and current data without the need for physical sensor installation or future maintenance. Data can be accessed using cloud-based data exchange platforms and follows all privacy laws and legislations.

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With Wejo, clients can access key metrics for corridor analysis, intersection analysis, origin-destination analysis, driver events, and location data visualizations, all easily visualized through the iNode platform. With coverage of 95% of roads in the USA and the ability to send data from cars to customers in less than 32 seconds, Wejo and SMATS can provide fast, accurate traffic data.

“At SMATS, we are committed to leveraging reliable, innovative traffic data to help our clients achieve their traffic project goals faster and better” says Amir Ghods, CEO at SMATS. “We’re excited to announce that we will be working with Wejo to further our mission and address the changing needs of our clients. As connected vehicles become more common and the industry grows, this partnership will contribute to the safety, efficiency and sustainability of roadways and transportation systems.”

“We’re committed to working with like-minded organizations that help us achieve our greatest mission – leveraging the power of connected vehicle, which is why we identify our products and services with Data For Good,” says Richard Barlow, CEO at Wejo. “This exciting new relationship will enable customers to easily access a vast amount of data that will ultimately create safer roadways and a better, more sustainable driving experience for all.”

Connected vehicles on the road can produce up to 30 terabytes of data every day, making them information-rich data hubs for traffic planners and engineers. By combining Wejo high resolution connected vehicle data with an accessible analytics platform and experienced team, clients can easily access advanced, detailed, reliable traffic data.

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