August 18, 2016
Fileradar won two contracts in the last phase of the CHARM PCP competition.
In the ADAPT project, Fileradar will develop a fully functional CHARM module called ADAPT, that fuses diverse data sources to provide traffic operators with maximum situational awareness and advanced information such as predictions. One of the data sources is BeMobile's Floating Car Data, which uses Flitsmeister as its primary data source in the Netherlands. In the DNOM_IV project, Fileradar cooperates with UK-based Mott MacDonald to develop a system that computes optimal responses to incidents for traffic operators.
The two highly innovative new modules will be integrated into Dynac, the new traffic operator software due to be launched in 2017. The modules will be demonstrated at the Traffic Management Innovation Centre in Helmond early 2017.