Predictive Mobility

We're changing the way that you are notified about on-coming trains

Freight Schedules, Satellite Data, Social Mapping Apps, Crossing Gates...do not give enough information about where a train will block a crossing and for how long!

…see what happens when a semi only has a 20-second crossing signal notification about on-coming train when trying to navigate a large load across rail.

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For Citizens

Jane is a working mom. She needs to get her kids to school, then get to work with minutes to spare and the same exercise at the end of the day. She works for a prominent software company and regularly meets customers to close sales. When a freight train unexpectedly blocks her path for 6-8 minutes she faces being late to school, work or meetings, or risks dangerous accidents by racing to find a potential alternative route...without knowing how long the train is or when other crossing could be open. She needs to know what the status of the crossing will be when before she encounters it. She needs Predictive Mobility. LinqThingz predictive mobility solution provides real-time, future-look at crossing blockages during the course of the trip. She can look at the LinqThingz map before she leaves and use her detailed knowledge of city routes to plan her route to destination. While on en-route, she can listen to LinqThingz audio messages regarding crossing times without interfering with her focus on the road.

For Logistics

Louis is a truck driver. He works to deliver critical medical products. Being late for deliveries can impact his future on the job. He is concerned about the extra fuel costs and the impact that idling at crossings has on the environment. He knew the crossing would be blocked and how long the train is he could choose a better route and not get stuck at the crossing wondering if he should shut of is engine; turn and take a different path or just patiently wait while that he has to make his delivery is consumed. He needs to know what the status of the crossing will be before he encounters it. He needs Predictive Mobility. LinqThingz predictive mobility solution provides a real-time, future-look of crossing blockages during the course of the trip. While on a delivery, he can listen to LinqThingz audio messages regarding crossing times without interfering with his focus on the road.

For First Response

Larry is a paramedic. He needs to arrive at his destination within 4 minutes of getting “toned in” for a rescue involving heart attack, stroke or traumatic injury. It is not enough to know a crossing is blocked or open when he leaves the fire house. He needs to know what the status of the crossing will be before he encounters it. He needs Predictive Mobility. LinqThingz predictive mobility solution provides a real-time, future-look of crossing blockages during the course of the trip. He can look at the LinqThingz map in the firehouse when he leaves and use his detailed knowledge of city routes to plan his route to rescue. While on site, he can listen to LinqThingz audio messages regarding crossing times without interfering with his life-saving efforts so that he can best prepare for the route to the hospital.

Learn more about Predictive Mobility, Future as a Service, AI, IoT and the future of connected vehicles.
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