Waycare and Waze, the traffic management platforms, are partnering in order to improve automobile travel congestion through sharing of their data.
Waycare was founded in 2016 in California, and utilizes several historical and real-time data sources – like connected car platforms, telematics services, road cameras, construction projects, fleet management platforms, weather services, and public transit – to create a more developed image of roads and better infrastructural safety.
“Waze, from the navigation side, is the most developed, methodical two-way communication partnership we have,” Waycare CEO Noam Maital commented. “Waycare is providing direct relevant insights from traffic operations and emergency services to the public.”
“Today’s announcement showcases how driver communities can benefit from interacting with municipal traffic organizations, who hold vital traffic information,” Maital added. “Our partnership with Waze will further enable municipalities using Waycare’s traffic management platform to unlock critical operational insights to improve traffic flow and traffic safety.”
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