xyzt.ai, a Leuven-based high-tech company offering an innovative no-code geospatial platform for visualizing and analyzing vast amounts of movement and time series data, announces today the availability of its xyzt.traffic.insights™ solution.
With this latest addition to the xyzt.ai product portfolio the company brings a solution to market that
delivers instant traffic safety and road efficiency insights to its users. The xyzt.traffic.insights™
dashboard ultimately targets to help reach zero fatalities and zero emissions.
The dashboard focuses on critical areas such as schools that see large amounts of heavy traffic, or
roads where drivers exceed speed limits. In addition, the dashboard enables users to look at the
impact of changes in traffic circulation plans or road deviations due to events and roadworks. The
xyzt.traffic.insights™ users can analyze, compare and share weekly trends or choose to dive deep
into the data and perform their own analytics.
Improving road safety and reducing emissions are high on the agenda for policy makers at all levels.
With this ready-to-use dashboard xyzt.ai helps cities and municipalities by providing key traffic
insights related to these topics. In addition, it helps in analyzing the impact of the changes they
apply. The dashboard is based on accurate and timely floating vehicle data, a new data source that
obsoletes costly hardware deployments.
By signing up for the xyzt.traffic.insights dashboard, mobility and traffic departments have an instant
solution with actionable insights to improve local traffic and safety. No need to go out searching for
the right data, and no need to develop, build and maintain a costly data analytics tool that can
handle the vast amounts of traffic data. Through any browser, they have access to the
xyzt.traffic.insights dashboard with the information that matters to them and that helps them to
take quick and safe decisions. Time and budget savings are guaranteed.
Nick De Beer, Head of Global Business Development at xyzt.ai: “Many municipalities cannot rely on
data scientists to perform data-driven traffic and safety analysis. At the same time, they are very
well aware that data such as floating vehicle data could help them. Where in the past traffic and
mobility departments had to rely on the costly deployment of traffic counting hardware, such as
inductive loops or CCTV cameras, they now can consult the xyzt.traffic.insights dashboard to have
instant and up-to-date insights for every road. No cables, no hardware, no waiting time to receive
the results from a third party. No need for a data scientist team.”