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How Connected Vehicle Data is Changing Transportation Analytics

By |January 28th, 2021|

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Our CEO, Eimar Boesjes, was invited by Prof. David Hurwitz at Oregon State University to give a guest lecture in Hurwitz’ Masters of Transportation Engineering program.  This 50 minute video gives an overview of the current state of the art in using connected vehicle data for transportation analytics.  In a quick pace Eimar covers how data is collected, the different types of data as well as the transportation analytics supported by each.  High-frequency connected vehicle data, for instance, can be used for safety analytics but Location Based Services […]

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Moonshadow/Wejo Holiday Sale

By |December 10th, 2020|

We decided to do something very unusual in the transportation industry: we are offering a Holiday Sale for DB4IoT with Wejo data.

With over ten million daily passenger vehicles that report every three seconds while driving Wejo collects the most detailed connected vehicle data in the nation.  Moonshadow’s Mobility Analytics Platform, DB4IoT, generates traffic insights from millions of Wejo trips in an interactive map-based online platform.

Wejo is offering Moonshadow great pricing for orders we place before the holidays and we decided to pass on our savings to our customers:

February 2020 is the […]

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Seven States Test Moonshadow Live Traffic for Hurricane Evacuation Traffic

By |October 7th, 2020|

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We introduced Moonshadow Live Traffic powered by Wejo’s connected vehicle data in July. Only three months later the Departments of Transportation (DOTs) of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia decided to test out our system in a Proof of Concept to get real-time traffic information during hurricane evacuations. The Eastern Transportation Coalition approached Wejo and Moonshadow in August with the question if Wejo’s real-time connected vehicle data could facilitate faster and safer evacuations.

Wejo Connected Vehicles in the Seven State Area as […]

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Introducing Moonshadow Live Traffic

By |July 31st, 2020|

Moonshadow Mobile, Inc. has developed Moonshadow Live Traffic, powered by Wejo Ltd’s real-time connected vehicle data, to give traffic managers access to maps that show the traffic situation for any area in the US with a latency of 30 seconds or less.

Moonshadow Live Traffic is a break-through in both speed and accuracy for real-time traffic data by using Wejo connected vehicle data from over 10 million vehicles in the US. The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) recently issued an RFP that includes some key performance indicators (KPI’s) for real-time traffic […]

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Introducing DB4IoT with wejo Journeys

By |June 17th, 2020|

Wejo organizes billions of waypoints every day

Moonshadow Mobile, Inc. and Wejo Ltd, have teamed up to offer DB4IoT with wejo journey data.  Wejo is the trusted connected car data partner for global OEMs, with 14 million active passenger vehicles on its platform that generate 17 billion waypoints every day.  On May 20, wejo introduced Moonshadow as the first wejo Data Insight Partner in the world in a webinar.  A video of the webinar can be viewed here:

Fig 1. DB4IoT with Wejo data is available for any area in the US

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Moonshadow and DB4IoT at the ITS Washington Annual Conference

By |December 3rd, 2019|

Moonshadow’s Anita Van Asperdt gave a presentation on December 3, 2019 as part of a panel at the ITS Washington Annual Conference and Exhibition at the University of Washington in Seattle. The panel session was titled “Vehicle Electrification – What’s it got to do with ITS?” and included fellow panelists:

Mike Usen, DKS Associates
Michael Ippoliti, HDR
Edward Smalley, Seattle City Light

Van Asperdt’s presentation focused on “EV-Charging Infrastructure, Siting and Place Design.” […]