One single point of consultation for all traffic data

IMA is the Duel’s technological solution for the analysis and management of urban and extra-urban mobility. It is an open platform that supports the decisions of the Control Mobility Centers of institutions and cities of all sizes. It allows the functional integration of information and events coming from monitoring and control systems of the territory within the various road, rail, and public transportation geographical graphs. All the data collected by the territorial infrastructures, as well as the events reported by road and public transport operators, are displayed and made accessible on a single interface.  This platform supports the distribution, in different formats and over different media, of mobility information. These can be created by Control Centre operators or automatically generated by software programs.

An intelligent solution for mobility


According to an organic vision of the transport network, the technological heart of the platform is the Expert system which automatically governs contents and recipients of the information to be transmitted. The Expert system monitors and analyzed in real time the state of city mobility. In an automatic way, it is responsible for distinguishing similarities between events with different dictionaries and coming from different entities, eliminating any anomalies also using advanced pattern matching systems.

The platform is multichannel and multimedia and integrates different dictionaries for the definition and coding of events. Therefore, it accepts different location databases for georeferencing of events, intelligently processing and managing information for the normalization and redundancy’s elimination of data related to the same event. All processes for acquiring, processing and publishing information are web-based available and accessible via a browser.

Technical features

The IMA technological platform is based on an innovative, entirely web-based architecture with advanced features:

  • Open architecture: uses hardware components (basic software and middleware standard or large distribution) and integrates third-parties’ applications that adhere to reference standards;
  • Modular architecture: allows progressive implementation of performance and functionality;
  • Location Independent architecture: the several hardware components and software applications can be located in different physical locations connected by adequate connectivity.

A valuable tool for all those responsible for traffic control

The platform acquires information, events and status of services, reported by the various operators of mobility (municipal police, National police and local authorities to control public road and rail mobility) along with data and images from territorial infrastructures. IMA has been adopted by the most important national and local info-mobility centers: CCISS-Road Safety Coordination center, Luce Verde (Region Campania, Region Lazio, municipality of Rome).