CE-Traffic is a joint-stock company founded in 2008 in Czech Republic with offices in Prague and Warsaw. Company offers road traffic and people flow information products and services based on innovative approach and technologies. CE-Traffic uses Floating Car Data (FCD) technology to process anonymous location data acquired in a real-time from more than 200 thousands of connected vehicles and combine it with data from other sources. Products portfolio includes real-time traffic services for commercial sector and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), access to historical databases and various on-demand analyses. Services cover road networks Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia.
CE-Traffic commercial customers of traffic information are leaders of personal, mobile and in-car, navigation solutions and internet including Google, TomTom, Here, Garmin, Sygic, Inrix, viaMichelin and more. CE-Traffic is also provider of road traffic information services for Intelligent Transportation System in Prague and National Traffic Information Center of Czech Republic. Thanks to cooperation with leading Czech universities and long-term partnership with T-Mobile Czech Republic CE-Traffic developed proprietary technology for people flow monitoring and analytic. Every day hundreds of millions of anonymous signalling data from mobile operator network are processed, analysed and aggregated to estimate presence and flow of people in the entire country. CE-Traffic was the first company in Central Europe and one of a very few in the world to successfully commercialize such technology.
Among many projects CE-Traffic is proud to count: monitoring of visitors of UNESCO cities in Czech Republic for national Czech Tourism agency, mass events monitoring for City of Prague, detailed city population maps for leading Czech bank CSOB or daily migration analyses for Czech Police.
Current company focus is further development of traffic information services for ITS in cooperation with academia partners, scale up people flows analytics platform and expansion to new territories.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 731664.