In the newest development of vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, BMW and GEWI will demonstrate a prototype technology called VMS2DASH. It would enable public agencies to transmit traffic information from variable message signs (VMS) on public roadways onto a vehicle’s in-dash information display.Read More
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Attendees to ITS World Congress will have an opportunity to preview TIC’s new Incident Management features at the GEWI booth #2805 in the exhibit hall, and take a connected vehicle demonstration ride at the Technology Showcase.Read More
GEWI attended and exhibited at one of Europe’s largest Intelligent Transportation (ITS) events, the 10th annual ITS European Congress and Exhibition, held in Helsinki Finland from 16-19 June 2014.Read More
GEWI will be attending and exhibiting at one of Europe’s largest Intelligent Transportation (ITS) events, the ITS European Congress and Exhibition, will be held in Helsinki Finland from 16-19 June 2014.Read More
The ITS Canada Annual Conference and General Meeting was held from 1-4 June, 2014 in Victoria, British Columbia. GEWI again attended to present a paper in a session on Connected Vehicles as well as exhibited the TIC product in the exhibit hall.Read More
GEWI will be exhibiting and presenting a paper on V2I: Bringing VMS to your dashboard at the ITS Canada Conference and General Meeting from 1-4 June in Victoria, British Columbia.Read More
Capturing new product requirements and staying informed on emerging technologies is very important to the GEWI business process.
This continual information gathering ensures that the TIC product incorporates features that GEWI customers need not only today, but also looking ahead to create solutions for future customer requirements. To that end, GEWI will be attending Intertraffic in Amsterdam 25-28 March 2014.Read More
Members of all GEWI business teams met in Potsdam near Berlin, Germany from 27-30 of January 2014 as part of GEWI’s annual business improvement process. The goal of the workshop was to review the previous year’s performance and to plan for process and product improvements for the coming year.Read More
Recently, GEWI and a group of organizations from the navigation, automotive, device and location based services (LBS) industries met in Bergisch Gladbach, near Cologne Germany to discuss issues related to the OpenLR location referencing standard.
GEWI developer Thomas Rothe, who also serves as Group Chairman of TISA’s TMC location table release team, attended the conference along with over 90 others with interest in the navigation and traffic market. The attendance was higher than expected and indicated strong interest in OpenLR™ and a recognition of the many advantages of OpenLR™ which could well be the popular method for on-the-fly location referencing in the future.
Several industry experts presented on a variety of topics and projects surrounding OpenLR™ including acquisition of public data, TPEG implementation, and methods to increase the success rate of accurately matching between different maps.
The success rate is already quite good, with successful matching in 96.8% of cases between TomTom and HERE maps.