and INRIX Announce Data Partnership to Advance Data-Driven Mobility [Partner News]

Trips data provided by connected car services and transportation analytics company INRIX visualized by, a big location data visual analytics platform.
Trips data provided by INRIX and visualized by

Hamburg 11 October, a Leuven-based high-tech company offering an innovative visual analytics SaaS (Software as a Service) platform for big location data, announces today the availability of mobility data from INRIX on the platform.

Users of the platform can now access one of INRIX’s high-quality trips data sets to visualize traffic and mobility flow and perform visual analysis, trends analysis, origin-destination analysis, and more. Trips data is instrumental in the journey for efficient mobility and smart cities. This partnership advances innovation in the mobility ecosystem by facilitating the process of discovering valuable insights. With the fast-changing smart city dynamics and new mobility trends, having a picture beyond car traffic data will be vital in implementing innovative new mobility strategies.

Today, everyone can take advantage of this dynamic combination and drive innovation across the mobility industry for a more efficient and safe transportation system by finding solutions for traffic congestion, road planning, dangerous road situations, integration of new mobility, and more. You can now explore INRIX’s trips data by signing up for’s free trial.

Our partnership with INRIX is an exciting next step into the mobility market. Combining’s powerful analytics and visualization with the high-quality global mobility data from INRIX will enable organizations to visualize, explore, and share mobility data in ways not seen before.’s ability to scale to billions of records and combine multiple data sets while maintaining interactivity has made it easier than ever for users to interrogate their data, extract insights, and find new business opportunities.

Joe Threlfall, Director of Marketing & Partnerships at

“The solution enables our customers to quickly and easily use INRIX data for traffic-related analysis purposes and to immediately gain important insights for planning purposes without any programming effort. is the perfect complementary tool to INRIX’s proposition.“

Holger Hochguertel, Director Sales & Business Development at INRIX.

This week, from 11 to 15 October, will exhibit at the world’s largest mobility event ITS World Congress in Hamburg, Germany, where Founder and CTO, Bart Adams, will demonstrate together with INRIX how to take advantage of connected car data using the platform.

If you wish to meet with at the event then stop by our stand in the Innovation Hub, hall B3, and meet with Nick De Beer, our Head of Business Development, to discuss your requirements. You can schedule a meeting with him directly by clicking here.

Trips data provided by INRIX and visualized by with color styling to indicate the number of trips.

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Joe Threlfall

Director of Marketing & Partnerships

About is a high-tech SaaS company that brings its users actionable business insights through a cloud-based SaaS platform for visualizing and analyzing big location data of any vehicle, vessel, aircraft, person, or asset being tracked. It does so in a unique and effortless way: Customer setup takes less than a day, there is no custom development needed, and insights can be obtained in an interactive way, even for billions of location records. is supported by Start it @KBC, one of the largest accelerators in Europe, by Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship and Flanders Investment and Trade.

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INRIX collects billions of anonymous data points every day from a diverse set of sources, including connected vehicles, cities, DOTs, road weather conditions, journalistic incidents, social media, parking, mobile, and other IoT devices. With information on almost 90% of the world’s roads across over 80 countries, INRIX is the preferred provider of driving and mobility intelligence for leading automakers, transportation agencies, and enterprises.

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