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ProRail using big data to predict where pedestrians cross tracks

Wednesday 6 December 2017 | 21:24 CET | News
Dutch operator ProRail is using big data to predict where pedestrians walk over tracks. ToeZine wrote about the 'tracker tool' app, which ProRail staff use with a map to reports on incidents along railways. The use of the app is supplemented with other data and predictions based on historical patterns.

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Countries: Netherlands
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