Posts in category GEWI Newsletters

The Customer Issue

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.

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The Road Incident Management Issue

​The TIC software has continually evolved since its introduction in 1997 based on customer requirements. With the addition of the “Project” feature, TIC3 has made a significant leap forward adding the ability to provide Road Incident Management for public agencies.

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The Data Collection and Harmonization Issue

​The first new TIC3 product release of 2015 was made available to customers on 17 March 2015 and it includes 83 enhancements since the last release of 2014. To familiarize customers with the most important changes, GEWI has produced a video which includes the most important changes.

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The Incident Response Issue

Read more about the TIC Project feature which was the topic of the recent GEWI Business Workshop in Germany. GEWI’s founder and worldwide CEO, Hagen Geppert, who is the architect of the new TIC Project feature, is also profiled as well as a look at how TIC is used for traffic information in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

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The Government Customer Issue

In Europe, we profile the Danish Road Directorate (DRD, a government DOT) who have purchased and continuously used TIC since 2006. The DRD have recently started testing and will soon be using TIC’s new Road Incident Management (RIM) features available in the latest generation TIC3.

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The Navigation Issue

​As navigation devices have advanced, so have the features of GEWI’s TIC software product to process the additional data types. At the recent ITS World Congress in Detroit, GEWI and BMW provided a technology demonstration called VMS2DASH which brings the information from VMS signs to the dashboard of the vehicle.

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The ITS World Congress Issue

​ITS World Congress in Detroit is just a few weeks away and in addition to the GEWI stand in the exhibit hall, GEWI and BMW will be exhibiting in the Technology Showcase area giving visitors an opportunity to take a demonstration ride and experience the VMS2Dash connected vehicle demonstration. GEWI will also be presenting at World Congress in a session on TPEG Traffic Services Worldwide.

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The Traffic and Travel Event Issue

When GEWI was founded in 1992, traffic and travel event (TTE) information was at the center of GEWI’s first hardware and software products. In 1997 the focus switched to its TIC software with the mission to provide a flexible commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solution for TTE information which could be used by many customers worldwide.

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The Navigation Issue

A typical industry problem is harmonizing data from multiple sources, especially when different location referencing systems, methods, and versions are used. GEWI solved this problem by developing a common location referencing system at the heart of TIC.

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The Traffic Flow Issue

Today there are many systems which create flow data from cell phones, probe vehicles, road sensors such as Bluetooth or radar, camera generated data and more. TIC can collect any version of the flow data from such third party systems and then fuse, merge, and harmonize with other data or systems, and distribute the results.

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