At the GEWI exhibit at the recent ITS World Congress in Montreal, Canada the two most popular topics were Smart Cities and Smart Work Zones. This provided an opportunity for many productive meetings and discussions as GEWI’s TIC3 Software now includes many product features which enable solutions which can be used for Smart Cities projects.Read More
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GEWI was founded in a small office in Stassfurt, Germany in September of 1992. In this issue we’ll remember that first office and celebrate GEWI’s expansion worldwide and 25th anniversary company workshop held in the Moroccan desert.Read More
For 25 years, GEWI has been a leader in shaping the protocols and solutions now used worldwide in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). In fact, ITS is a term that didn’t even exist when GEWI was founded in 1992.
Today, there is a lot of talk about Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and GEWI continues the evolution of the TIC software to enable this vision, as well as many other transportation solutions. Read more about TIC for Public Transit Events in this newsletter along with the new Waze feature to report on broken traffic lights and how GEWI can create repair/response projects along with traffic information using TIC for Road Incident Management.
When GEWI was founded in 1992, radio traffic news was a primary source of information for drivers. Over the past decade digital sources used for in-vehicle navigation and Smartphone apps have become increasingly popular and TIC has continually added Product Features to keep pace with technologies such as RDS-TMC, TPEG, connected vehicles and crowd sourced data.Read More
In many parts of the world it is said there are two seasons; winter and road construction. With the arrival of Spring that “second season” is upon us and given the new Work Zone features of GEWI’s TIC Software, Work Zone seemed a timely topic for this newsletter.Read More
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
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.