How Live Earth Works with INRIX
Live Earth is the world’s fastest, real-time IoT visualization platform. With the capability to integrate almost any existing system, users can see their assets on one operational screen, allowing them to leverage real-time data to their advantage.
The INRIX and Live Earth integration provides users with advanced insights on traffic flow, traffic incidents, and parking in real-time, for the most up-to-date information. INRIX ingests data of market-specific criteria that impacts traffic flow, such as construction, road closures, real-time incidents, sporting and entertainment events, and hazardous road conditions caused by weather.
Hyper-local traffic insights gives users the data they need to create informed action plans that can help reduce costs, save time, and improve safety. Traffic data from INRIX visualized on the Live Earth platform offers users the unique ability to see all of their systems in context of one another.
What’s New With INRIX?
INRIX AI Traffic is powered by our newest geospatial engine and uses deep learning to continuously improve and deliver more accurate real-time traffic. The AI models have been trained by trillions of data points collected over the last 15 years: GPS data, embedded sensors, historical weather, traffic profiles, mobile device movement, incident and anomaly detections and other inputs.
INRIX AI Traffic leverages advances in artificial intelligence, cloud processing pipelines and cluster computing frameworks enabling INRIX to process data faster and more accurately than ever before. The architecture calculates speeds using continuous learning neural networks, which learn from every data point to constantly improve. Neural networks, a set of algorithms modeled loosely after the human brain, are designed to quickly analyze massive amounts of data to recognize patterns that aid INRIX in producing summary calculations that convey how people and devices are moving. The neural networks are convolutional, meaning that GPS data coming in is fed back through the system after analysis to determine its veracity. As more data is processed, the model gets more accurate. The output is traffic accuracy at 100-meter resolution updated every 30 seconds with near-zero processing time for incoming geospatial data.
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