It's predicted that by 2030, the global connected vehicle market with experience 10x growth. Compass IoT's dataset continues to grow exponentially, starting from 200,000 connected vehicles in 2018 to over 2.2 million trips and billions of data points in 2023.
Compass has incredibly low data latency, with data pipelines of latencies under 100 milliseconds. Customers using the real-time API can receive data every 5 seconds.
Compass IoT's Road Intelligence data is anonymous aggregated connected vehicle data, meaning it cannot be traced back to an individual. There are also special privacy constraints applied to the data, including clipping the origin and final destination of a vehicle. VIN-level data is never collected, stored, or used without explicit unambiguous consent from vehicle owners.
Compass IoT provides connected vehicle data for virtually every road across Australia. We also provide connected vehicle data for clients across the UK, EU, New Zealand, and Singapore. Compass can provide data across metro, regional, and rural areas.
To find out more about what a connected vehicle is, check out our 2023 Ultimate Guide to Connected Vehicles on our global website.
The benefit of Connected Vehicle data is that it does not require expensive external hardware such as tube counts, cameras, or manual volume counts. This allows users to view passive traffic data at scale, for any time period, in less than 60 seconds.
Compass aggregates data from 64 different manufacturers across a number of global car brands such as Toyota, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Volkswagen.
We have a number of case studies available via our learning hub that outline how our clients across state government, local government, and private organisations have applied our data.