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IBM big data to identify Dublin traffic woes

IBM is to help Dublin City Council to identify the root causes of traffic congestion by using big data technology in the public transport network.

17th May, 2013
Dublin traffic to be analysed using big data

IBM is to help Dublin City Council to identify the root causes of traffic congestion by using big data technology in the public transport network.

The company said today that it was integrating deospatial data from a citywide network of sensors to help officials monitor and manage traffic in real time.

The big data will be drawn from bus timetables, inductive-loop traffic detectors, closed-circuit television cameras and GPS updates that each of the city's 1,000...

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