Devices, systems, and services which process data work best when the data is harmonized. Systems worldwide often use a combination of standard and proprietary data connections, formats, and references (such as map locations) which can make it difficult to harmonize, use, and exchange data.
TIC allows data connetions to be easily added, to harmonize data for different devices and systems, and for exchanging data between different orgnizations, including local, state, and national government agencies, as well as commercial service providers, radio stations, and automobile clubs.
TIC can collect data in different standard and non-standard data formats and automatically convert different data references such as locations and events to a harmonized set. All converted data are then be centrally stored where data can then be merged, fused, and combined. When data is exchanged, the data can be conveted into the data formats and references required by other information services, systems, and devices.
For more information or to discuss your project requirements, contact a GEWI representative in your region.