Austrian traffic technology company Swarco closed a successful week at Intertraffic Amsterdam by announcing that it has partnered with TomTom to enable public customers to improve their mobility management operations using traffic services based on data from floating cars to supplement the physical sensor hardware already installed in the field.

TomTom’s traffic services, generated from millions of anonymously collected GPS data from apps, cars and devices, are now integrated and available to public entities through MyCity, the urban mobility management suite from Swarovski. This data-source will enable Swarco to bring strong added value to the traffic information it already provides to its customers.

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