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Can GPS read your mind? AI predicts your next destination

We developed an AI which learns your driving patterns and can accurately predict your next destination based on current situation.

Are posted speed limits sometimes plainly wrong?

We questioned the credibility of posted speed limits using Big Data Analysis built in SpaceTime. We identified locations where...

From a string to the thing: Parsing and planning SQL queries with Apache Calcite – Part 1

Here at Mireo, we created our very own spatiotemporal database called SpaceTime from the ground up. We did this in order to satisfy our customers' demands...

Gently down the stream processing

How to perform real-time processing when data ingestion rates are measured in millions of entries per second?

Compiling SQL queries for Mireo SpaceTime

Using a model in which data is pushed towards natively compiled relational operators drastically improved evaluation times of SQL queries for...

Was it my way, or was it highway? An introduction to map matching.

To make sense of any data it's often important to be able to connect it to the real world. When a vehicle sends its location to the server,...

Why would a normal person build its own spatiotemporal database?

Storing and querying datasets that contain objects in a geometric space have always required special treatment. The choice of data structures and query...

What is a map projection?

Each projection has its cons and pros, so the right question isn't which one is the best but for which purpose map is needed?

Do you know how your mobile device knows where you are?

The process, in a nutshell, is quite simple – GPS receiver in your mobile phone gets radio signals from GPS satellites in the space, and according to ...

What do you think about connected insurance based on GPS tracking data?

"I know you haven't had an accident in 15 years. That's why we're raising your rates. Because you're about due one." (Jantoo Cartoons) Does this scenario..
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