Impact of High Speed 2

Visualized with PTV Visum Data Analytics

Visualized with PTV Visum Data Analytics

PTV Visum Data Analytics has been used in this example to investigate whether or not those areas in close proximity to the proposed high speed line have a different population age profile to the rest of the country.

PTV Visum’s Intersect function was used to fuse together route links with area shapefiles loaded with population statistics which are available for free online.… Read more

Safe Cycling

Made with PTV Visum Data Analytics powered by TomTom Travel Times

Made with PTV Visum Data Analytics powered by TomTom Travel Times

Cycling as a mode of transport is becoming more and more important as a sustainable option that policy makers in large cities globally are trying to promote. Adequate improvements of infrastructure are a necessity to create an attractive environment for cyclists, for which safety is an important aspect.Read more

Need a coffee hit?

Created by PTV Visum Data Analtytics, using TomTom network data

Created by PTV Visum Data Analtytics, using TomTom network data

Good morning, Washington! Do you need a coffee hit to speed up? Our picture of the day shows the walk time accessibility plots to the next Starbucks shop. They were created in PTV Visum Data Analytics, our new GIS tool, by using information of the Starbucks Shop Finder and TomTom network data.Read more

PTV Group brings new GIS tool to market

Made with PTV Visum Data Analytics powered by TomTom Traffic Stats

Made with PTV Visum Data Analytics powered by TomTom Traffic Stats

The scale and availability of historical data has grown exponentially within the last few years. At this year’s Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB), PTV Group introduces a smart visualisation tool that is specialized for Big Data in traffic related projects.Read more

See you at TRB

Visit our booth (#400) and our sessions at TRB 2015.

Visit our booth (#400) and our sessions at TRB 2015.

PTV Group participates in the Annual Summit of the Transportation Research Board (TRB). Come and see us from 11 – 15 January 2015 in Washington DC. We would like to invite you to our booth (#400).Read more