Grenoble Traffic Lab interface open to public

Since the 28th November 2016 the Grenoble Traffic Lab (GTL), an experimental platform for real-time traffic data collection is available to the public. Data is retrieved from a dense network of wireless sensors installed in the south ring of Grenoble (Rocade Sud in French), in the direction east-west from A41 to A480. The GTL is part of the ERC Scale-FreeBack project and it provides a service platform for testing new traffic estimation, forecasting and control algorithms with real-time data by using field tests and other realistic simulations.

You can find the press release on:
the CNRS website
the Inria website
the Grenoble INP website
the UGA website


In the Press :
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Other organisations talking about it:
AEPI – Agence de développement économique Isère-Rhone Alpes
Grenoble Ecobiz
Maison de la Modélisation et de la Simulation Numérique

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