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PTV Group and INRIX to provide real-time traffic data for Greater Paris Region


Ile-de-France Road Directorate (DiRIF) has announced the selection of PTV Group, a company that provides software and consultation on traffic and transport planning, to monitor traffic and congestion in real-time across the Greater Paris metropolitan area. DiRIF will use the company’s PTV Optima analytics platform, which delivers traffic-related insight based on real-time data from INRIX, allowing the monitoring of traffic flow and gridlock across its road network more effectively than before. INRIX, a provider of real-time traffic information, will provide high-quality car data from its crowdsourced network of connected vehicles and devices for analysis. PTV Group integrates and processes this data to deliver DiRIF with a more accurate and comprehensive picture of the traffic situation on the region’s roads at any given time.

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