Sygic platform could aid development of traffic management apps

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A new Smart Mobility Platform that could be used to develop integrated traffic management apps within cities has launched from Sygic.

The platform enables local authorise to develop traffic management apps covering public and personal transport.

The platform enables local authorise to develop traffic management apps covering public and personal transport.

Sygic’s platform offers local traffic authorities the ability to roll out central navigation and traffic management apps that monitor and optimise commuters’ use of public and personal transport – from cars to bicycles, to public transport services. The platform also enables the development of more traditional mobility apps for commuters to help avoid congestion.

The platform is based on data from Sygic mobile app users to provide real-time predictions of traffic levels, commuter behaviour analysis and forecasts of possible scenarios.

“Building on the success of our mobile navigation apps, Sygic’s new platform will help build the smart cities of the future – helping them design and implement their infrastructure, transport strategies, traffic management tech, and fully integratable apps,” said Radim Cmar, Sygic Smart City Solution Architect. “This platform is capable of revolutionising how we move in and out of our cities.”

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