Create Neighborhood O/D Matrices Interactively
Draw your own polygons, then use these in O/D matrices. Polygons can be used to select origin areas, destination areas or pass-through areas. Polygons can be any size for selecting just an on-ramp, a neighborhood, a county to even a couple of states. Polygon filters can be sorted to only select traffic that moves through polygon filters in a specific order.
Create a series of pass-through filters. Optionally define origin and destination areas. Define in which order traffic needs to travel through the pass-through filters. You can define alternative routes (but not circular routes) to look at distribution between alternative routes and alternative route-part combinations.
Multimodal Transportation Data Analytics and Planning Tool
DB4IoT represents the future of interactive mobility data analytics. Questions can be answered in seconds, and users can use the visualizations to calibrate transportation microsimulation models, compare corridor performance before and after improvements are made, identify hot spots for delay, prioritize investments based on the locations of disadvantaged community members, and much more.
Comprehensive Evaluation and Impact Studies
More comprehensive volume and origin-destination (OD) data across multiple modes to provide a better understanding of how travel patterns shift across multiple modes. DB4IoT with INRIX Trips delivers the capability to generate Origin-Destination matrices from databases with hundreds of millions of waypoint records within seconds.
Ability to Perform Incident Diversion Analysis
The ability to produce near real-time O/D matrices can provide for better understanding of how facility improvements facilitate diversion and the effect on surrounding arterials.