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GEWI to Speak on Social Media and Traffic Management at GRITS

GEWI will be wrapping up the 2016 conference season by exhibiting and speaking at the Gulf Region ITS (GRITS) annual meeting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana 14-16 November 2016.

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The ITS World Congress – Wrong-Way Driver Issue

Wrong-way drivers are a dangerous issue for agencies worldwide and in this newsletter you can learn more about the GEWI commercial off-the-shelf solution to this problem. Also news about HERE’s addition of the TIC Camera feature and the launch of the new GEWI website.

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COTS Solution for Wrong Way Drivers

By connecting two commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions from GEWI and TrafficVision, public agencies have access to a powerful real-time tool to enable wrong-way driver detection, notification, and response using an agency’s existing systems and technology.

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Right HERE, Right now for GEWI

HERE using GEWI Camera feature​.

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HERE Traffic portfolio to utilize GEWI’s new camera feature to enhance its real-time traffic information

​​GEWI announced today that HERE, the Open Location Platform company, recently added GEWI’s Camera feature to its TIC system, which HERE uses to create and update real-time traffic information in markets around the world.

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Thomas Öhmichen Joins GEWI Product Development Team

GEWI is pleased to welcome Thomas Öhmichen who recently joined the Product Development (PD) team as a software developer.

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GEWI’s Danny Woolard to Speak in Traveller Information Session at ITS World Congress

​GEWI’s Danny Woolard will join representatives from Transport from New South Wales, the New Zealand Transport Agency, Queensland Department of Transport and Waze in a session entitled “Traveller Information – Meeting Increasing Customer Expectations to be held Friday 14 October at 8:30am during ITS World Congress in Melbourne, Australia.

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GEWI Summer Event 2016: Working in a Coal Mine

​In August, GEWI’s staff went underground to an 18th century coal mine. A train, the “Rabenstein Express” full of GEWI developers and staff were taken deep underground into a coal mine to get a look at life much different than the day-to-day software development work done at GEWI.

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GEWI Adds User Feedback Feature to TIC Software

​With the TIC Customer Feedback feature now built into TIC, it is easier than ever to record new ideas and requirements, and to inform the user about the progress of their request.

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GEWI to Attend DATEX II User Forum

The DATEX II User Forum will take place in Dublin, Ireland from 13-14 September 2016. GEWI’s Director of Product Development Rainer Klockmann will attend DATEX II User Form to keep informed of the latest developments.

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