ROSY addresses four levels of traffic data and traffic management that build on top of each other: Traffic in cities is constantly growing many hours of manpower are lost in traffic jams. It seems that urban traffic planning and traffic management don’t work well together.

Give us the traffic volume and remaining street capacity, plus the matrix of the most important start-end relations.

We turn the throughput and kept the streets in shape, we don’t have a budget for scientific analysis.

As the different approaches and concepts all describe the same reality they can be translated, that means mapped onto each other.

Need1: build a platform for the exchange of traffic data for various kinds of traffic data and analysis demands. When it comes to traffic management the situation is equally complicated. Most communities, cities and regions have their own departm...
ROSY addresses four levels of traffic data and traffic management that build on top of each other: Traffic in cities is constantly growing many hours of manpower are lost in traffic jams. It seems that urban traffic planning and traffic management don’t work well together.

Give us the traffic volume and remaining street capacity, plus the matrix of the most important start-end relations.

We turn the throughput and kept the streets in shape, we don’t have a budget for scientific analysis.

As the different approaches and concepts all describe the same reality they can be translated, that means mapped onto each other.

Need1: build a platform for the exchange of traffic data for various kinds of traffic data and analysis demands. When it comes to traffic management the situation is equally complicated. Most communities, cities and regions have their own department for traffic management and their own traffic strategy. These individual traffic strategies do not need to be consistent with each other, in most cases they are a source of strong dispute between the partners, as the topic which area is subjected to which amount of traffic is a politically highly relevant question as this is often tied to the budget the community or city receives to maintain their street network. These disputes and not aligned traffic strategies have the consequence that there is a large number of traffic problems arising at the limits of two administrative units.

Need2: build a platform for the alignment of traffic strategies that makes use of the existing models and formats. Traffic knowledge is highly fragmented. Many data sources provide vast amounts of sometimes contradictory results. Accuracy in traffic data is difficult to measure. Most organizations using traffic data build up their own ͞validated͟ traffic data sets. Need3: Validate different kinds of traffic data to achieve a higher level of enriched data quality and calculate a quality (accuracy and reliability) index for the different data sources.
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Mirko Ross

I know team behind Rosy since many years. Skilled Experts, Entrepreneurs and focused People. Good ahead! Show us Rosy disrupting traffic controls!

Seán J. Burke Leader at frontierCities

Rosy is an innovative solution in the smart cities and smart transport space, with numerous avenues to commercialisation. We are excited to have Rosy in the frontierCities2 acceleration programme and look forward to seeing significant market uptake during the coming 12 months.