Fraunhofer FIRST will present TPEG™-services for mobile devices at the CeBIT 2011

At the CeBIT, Fraunhofer FIRST will demonstrate the implementation of TPEG services on mobile devices (Android), for the first time ever.

The mobile implementation is based on Fraunhofer FIRST’s TPEGTM DEKODER KIT. TPEGTM data can be received, decoded and analyzed with this software package. With little memory requirements, it facilitates the management of TPEGTM messages and makes them available to subsequent applications (navigation, travel guides, etc.). Intelligent processes reduce system requirements when decoding the binary TPEGTM protocol. The decoding depth is tailored to the respective application, i.e. only data necessary for the application are decoded. The remainder is neither processed nor stored.

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TISA: TPEG-Workshop “Getting in touch with TPEG™”

Following the success of the former TPEGTM workshops, the TISA-Member BMT will organize another serie of one-day workshops, at BMT premises, in Munich. The English workshop will take place on the 10th May 2011, the German one will be on 11th of May 2011.

More information about program and application is available on the BMT Website

TISA: BMT presents latest TPEG™ product portfolio at CeBIT 2011

At CeBIT, the TISA Member BMT will show the TPEGTM ON AIR playout system for the first time. TPEGTM ON AIR can for example broadcast the latest traffic news from the traffic headquarters in Lower Saxony in TPEGTM format. More

BMT will exhibit at the shared booth CeBIT Destination ITS in hall 7/stand A28, between 1 and 5 March 2011. Appointments can be made upon request:

Audi AG selects INRIX XD™ Traffic

Palermo, Italy – January 24, 2011—Audi AG and INRIX, the leading provider of traffic and driver services, announced Audi has selected INRIX’s XD™ Traffic to help further the company’s Audi Connect strategy with real-time traffic information for its navigation systems starting with the mid-2011 model year. More

STA has announced major updates of their TMC service

STA has announced a major upgrade of their TMC service in Sweden that is now being fed by DATEX2 node. TMC-events are now broadcasted with precise location on the TERN+ road network. Norway and Denmark are currently working on a similar update using precise location. Additionally, SRA is now working on a 2011-update of their Swedish Location Table that should submitted to TISA for certification in June 2011. This new Table (ver. 2.4.) will be covering 22000 points of the Swedish road network. The current Swedish Location Table from SRA is available free of charge upon request, on the SRA website