Core Technologies

Ever since our inception, we have worked towards developing our own technology in the areas of GIS, maps, connected navigation, traffic intelligence and real-time data processing and analysis.

TRIP

Traffic Information Platform (TRIP)

QI's Traffic Information Platform (TRIP) allows the creation, fusion and dissemination of traffic information obtained from different sources of raw traffic information. Designed and built as an extensible platform, TRIP can take in data from multiple traffic flow sources, multiple journalistic information sources, and can even combine other driver-related information, such as parking availability and urban road pricing. All this data is then converted to an internal representation being merged and fused into a single, unified situation picture.

Aspects of the situation picture can then be exported out in multiple output formats, such as standards compliant TMC, TPEG and DATEX-II. For certain clients, the data is outputted into delimited text or XML before being sent to the clients. TRIP also provides feeds such as GeoRSS and RSS. TRIP is also probably the only traffic information platform that also has an output to Twitter!

TRIP also has the ability to create different feeds that only combine some of the input sources, allowing for easily accommodating the scenario that a certain feed may combine more input sources to produce a more premium output feed.


Application

We've helped some of our clients realize the benefits of the Traffic Information Platform

  • SingTel Mobile for the TrafficLIVE service
  • Google for traffic overlay in Google Maps Singapore
  • Websites such as qi.com.sg that offer traffic-aware routing
  • Singapore RDS-TMC service offered by QI

History

The Singapore Traffic Information Platform was developed by QI in technical collaboration with the Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore. The initial intent of TRIP was to transform raw traffic data into traffic information that could be used in applications such as dynamic routing and real-time traffic-aware navigation. Since the completion of the initial project, TRIP has undergone revisions that allow it to deal with multiple traffic data sources and to supply feeds to numerous clients in a variety of formats.