Monitoring and dashboards

Data becomes information |

We understand traffic data and by combining it with other data sources and presenting them visually we turn all that data into information. One of the ways in which we do this is by developing and hosting dashboards: technically robust, statistically relevant, and functionally effective. Because these dashboards continually show changes as they occur, effective policies can be formulated, tested, and developed further. 

Here are a few examples:

Drenthe Cycling Monitor: a comprehensive overview to monitor cycling policy.

Vlog Viewer: monitors busy roads based on real-time traffic information.

AEB Dashboard: uses number plate recognition to monitor handling times, stay times, and deliveries at the Amsterdam Afval Energie Bedrijf AEB’s landfill site.

MyTripper: gives users of company cars and mobility services continuous information on mobility behaviour.

Amsterdam Transport Region’s Public Transport Monitor: shows the quality of services in real-time.

View.DAT: provides tailored information on trip patterns based on mobile phone data.