Esri software manages complexity

Urban mobility patterns had been rapidly changing even before the pandemic.
September 19, 2022
Terry Bills of Esri
Terry Bills of Esri

Transportation professionals who are tasked with designing and managing the multimodal networks of the future will depend on ever-greater amounts of data and information, drawn from a variety of disparate sources.

Managing this complexity is easier with Esri’s location-based software, which provides a comprehensive platform to organise, visualise and analyse data, whether streaming from connected vehicles, sensors, and cameras, or drawn from more traditional sources.  

ArcGIS Velocity is designed to provide real-time analytical processing on live streaming data.  It enables users to ingest data from Internet of Things platforms, message brokers, or third-party APIs, and to process, visualise and analyse that data in real time, while storing those feeds as a big data store in the Cloud.

The ArcGIS suite of products helps unlock the location intelligence of data, and to perform analysis that lets users see and understand data and information in a deeper way. Moreover, the ArcGIS platform helps transportation professionals build the smart cities of the future, which are more sustainable, accessible, and which provide greater transportation equity for their residents.   

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