Fluidtime Data Services is using its stand in Bordeaux to publicise its mobility app and server solutions. These solutions offer intermodal route planning, real-time data collection and booking as well as cross-modal tariffs and ticketing options.
It provided the technical management for Austria’s Smile Project and the award-winning smile app which brought together 14 mobility partners from public transport to sharing providers, taxis and parking garages. The company is also providing technical management to the smile app’s recently-launched successor, the BeamBeta app.
Aimed at those in traffic management seeing an ever increasing array of data inputs, the company is showing its new FluidTex traffic data management system which streamlines the acquisition, processing and distribution of traffic data. The system is said to ‘think for itself’ and automatically structure data inputs from traffic sensors, emergency services and road operators as well as feedback from road users, to create an overview of the current traffic situation.
FluidTex comes with a free text entry facility for new notifications and is said to reduce workload for all involved. It is suitable for road operators, control rooms and emergency services and there are additional functions for use in radio and television traffic newsrooms.