Much has changed in the world of traffic and technology since GEWI opened its doors in 1992. One of the transformational trends globally is crowd-sourced data such as provided by Waze and other organizations creating traffic flow and incidents from user generated content.Read More
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The new TIC Analytics product feature was added in the Q4/2016 software release. Read about this new feature and a profile of GEWI developer Thomas Rothe who is responsible for the analytics product feature as well as the new partnership between GEWI and Waze to provide off-the-shelf integration of Waze crowd-sourced data.Read More
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.Read More
When GEWI implemented the TIC Project feature in 2015, the original purpose was to support the TIC for Road Incident Management (RIM) solution. In the past year it has become evident that TIC Project can provide benefits to more solutions, including TIC for ITS Asset Management.Read More
Road safety is a global concern and GEWI’s TIC Software product has long been capable to be configured to assist in roadway safety.
TIC projects for road safety include the Hessen Mobil Local Hazard Warning (LHW) project, new features for heavy truck routing and enabling compliance with the EU Safety Message directive.
In this issue, read about benefits provided by the new TIC Document feature and learn how TIC CONNECTS DOT’s and Broadcasters, GEWI conference schedule, and a look back more than 20 years to TMC Office which as the first version of what today is TIC3.Read More
As GEWI approaches our 25th anniversary in 2017, we look back at the evolution of traffic technologies beginning with Alert A and C to RDS-TMC, through today’s environment of TPEG, connected devices, social media and Connected Vehicles (CV). Demonstration projects such as Local Hazard Warning (LHW) and VMS2DASH which have helped prepare the TIC Software for real-world projects such as pothole detection.Read More
2015 marked GEWI’s 23rd year in business, and saw the addition of many major new features to the TIC Software. The year began with the deployment of TIC for Road Incident Management which included the new “Project” feature of TIC. TIC for Work Zones also benefits from the “Project” feature and saw many other recently released improvements for work zones.Read More
Road Incident Management was just one of the topics discussed during the September 2015 GEWI Transportation Technology Tour (TTT) which visited several Eastern cities in the United States. Details on the TTT in this issue as well as the TIC for Work Zones renewal by the German state of Hessen.Read More
Ever since the first version of TIC Software was released in 1997, customers have played an important role in the product development process. Over the years, GEWI has worked to improve the methods by which customer requests and feedback are captured. With the addition of the “Project” feature, GEWI has been able to improve the TIC user feedback process.Read More