BLIP Systems offers advanced business intelligence solutions to smart cities within all sectors of transportation. Airports, traffic control centers, train stations and retail environments all use big data to improve businesses, but data shared between them provides an even greater value for all.
BlipTrack gathers data from multiple sources, across multi-modal transport networks, and analyzes it in one central server. This gives decision makers a unique tool to optimize and improve businesses across several areas and platforms, providing them with a complete overview of the situation.
BlipTrack integrates, extracts and analyzes data, using BlipTrack Bluetooth and WiFi sensors as well as third-party sources such as radar, infrared, cameras, loops and more.Read more
BlipTrack visualize the collected data and present it in an graphical user interface. Data can easily be integrated through various output facilities and open standard protocols.Read more
BlipTrack provides useful information to decision makers, helping them to understand, evaluate and optimize flow, improving infrastructure utilization and traveler experience.Read more
Danish information technology company BLIP Systems and Belgian data processing experts Made4it have announced a strategic partnership to help understand and ease traffic congestion in and around major events in Belgium. Made4it is now offering BlipTrack: a solution that analyzes and visualizes data collected in areas such as road traffic, airports and train stations. BlipTrack…Read More
The city of Roskilde is placing 30 sensors which will help the municipality create a documented overview of the traffic challenges, as well as evaluate future improvement initiatives. In the city of Slagelse the solution is established as part of the evaluation of the reduction of bus journey times around the train station. The solution…Read More
BLIP Systems´ partner Lockheed Martin has entered an agreement with the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) for the first full-scale installation of the company’s airport passenger management technology in the United States. Cincinnati’s regional airport will become the first in the U.S. to monitor travelers’ smartphones and other Wi-Fi-equipped gadgets to identify congested areas swiftly…Read More