GEWI demonstrated this new product to visitors at the 8th European Congress and Exhibition on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services on June 6-9, 2011, as well as the TISA (Traveller Information Services Association) Annual General Assembly on June 10, 2011. Both events took place in Lyon, France.
With TIC, users will be able to manually create their own incident and flow data, which will be automatically created into TPEG TEC and TPEG TFP messages. Users can also send TPEG over HTTP, request over the internet, then receive TPEG responses via the internet. All that is required to use these features is a Microsoft Internet Explorer browser.
Announcing the launch and demonstrations of the new product, GEWI’s CEO, Hagen Geppert, commented: “We have a long history in providing testing for RDS-TMC navigation devices. Now, this important data quality testing is available for TPEG as well. This is the first time TPEG testing technology has been available with just a browser based tool. We expect this to be a very popular product with our navigation customers.”