Altitude + Stop Analytics
How does it work?
Our data is aggregated transparently and consistently to offer the most accurate custom reporting possible for your parking planning needs. The simplified, flexible Altitude platform helps public and private entities distinguish between vehicle stops and parking patterns on individual roads, within zones of interest or across national highways. Plan for safer roadways, placement of electric vehicle infrastructure and more efficient curbside management.
Rich commercial vehicle data
Data analysts and transportation planners need access to 100% commercial parking data that facilitates confident decision-making for infrastructure needs and future mobility policies. Altitude’s flexible geographic aggregation provides contextual information like class, vocation, industry and fuel type to paint a complete picture of commercial vehicle stops. Benefit from understanding where, when, why and how long these vehicles are parked. Gain comprehensive insights spanning heavy-duty truck parking to curbside usage with access to stopping patterns from a range of 100% commercial vehicles.
Make data-driven decisions and recommendations for transportation growth
Cities, states and grid providers are forward-looking and future-proofing. You need to prepare your jurisdiction for long-term and imminent vehicle-based changes, from last-mile delivery to macro trends like sustainability and economic planning and growth.
And to know where you can and should make major and minor infrastructure decisions, you need reliable data that shows where vehicles are stopping, how long for and how far they’re driving after.
Why Altitude Matters & How It Helps
As traffic volumes increase, it’s never been more crucial to continuously manage the flow of vehicles.
You need an approach that takes you to the root causes of these issues and quickly arms you with the information you need to resolve them.
Altitude lets you gain insight on consumer and vehicle traffic, where they’re coming from and going, the purpose of their trips, and their stops along the way.
Visualize how and where traffic behavior impacts specific transportation zones, and capture the infrastructure and vehicle-based causes of sub-optimal traffic flow at urban and regional levels.