Together with its partners, Here
Technologies will use the ITS World Congress Copenhagen to demonstrate how the company is making smart cities a reality, transforming citizens’ lives and bringing the autonomous world closer every day.
As Here Technologies points out, smarter cities and transportation networks require the collection, enrichment and analysis of millions of terabytes of physical infrastructure, vehicular and environmental data. To do so, the company has created the Here Open Location Platform (OLP), a collaborative, location-centric environment that enables governments and enterprises to safely exchange and utilise mobility data.
Under the common goal of improving mobility on the road network, Here Technologies is collaborating with BMW on Socrates 2.0, a programme that promotes OLP continuous deployment of European-wide traffic management measures.
Road authorities, service providers and car manufacturers will participate in four pilot projects in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Munich and Antwerp, which will evaluate the feasibility and usefulness of implementing large-scale, interactive traffic management solutions.