When TIC3 development was started in 2008, all of those lessons were built into the new system architecture, and the new framework enabled to system operators to quickly configure components to collect data from, and distribute data to a wide range of systems.
The TIC system has evolved since 1997 to provide a library of hundreds of components which can be selected from a dropdown menu to collect or distribute data from major data providers, or various data standards used worldwide. A few examples include location referencing such as OpenLR, and TMC locations, map data from HERE and TomTom, data exchange protocols such as DATEX II.
Data can be collected and exchanged from Waze, iCone, Siemens and more. Traffic event and flow data can be collected from ADAC, HERE, INRIX, TomTom and others.
Many other data types such as cameras, parking road sensors, traffic lights, weather, audio and video and many more are compatible with the TIC Software by simple configuration. And, all data can be delivered to navigation devices via RDS-TMC and TPEG as well as to broadcasters, apps, websites and other systems using the constantly expanding library of collect/distribute components developed by GEWI.
In the case where a new data format is required for collection or distribution, new components can be developed with a minimal amount of time/cost and added to the component library.
Once the data is collected into the TIC3 Software, all of the powerful features are available to be configured for any of the 10 off-the-shelf Solutions created by combining the required TIC Product Features.
By combining the specific Product Features required by each customer, a solution can be tailored to meet the specific product requirements more quickly and at a lower cost than custom-built systems. This is achieved by configuring of the existing (or new) components to access the features needed for a specific project.
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