Stipple Dashboard

An easy way to understand and make actionable ground movement data

Explore Our Product

Spatial analysis tool, designed to transform complex data into interactive visual representations, enabling you to uncover valuable insights and make informed decisions.

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    Create Custom Trip Segments

    • View trips & mobility activity as a heatmap for the selected geography
    • Use options to filter data by distance, intent, modality, and other options
    • Load trips by segment, traveler ID, or from a custom geofence
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    Map-based Trip Exploration

    • Visualize one or more trips on a map
    • Review Origin, Destination & Waypoints of a trip
    • Filters by categories, intents, and modalities
    • Export Trips as JSON or CSV
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    Create Custom Filters & Queries

    • Use the dashboard to create filters based on start/end location, categories, intents
    • Create geofence within an area of interest
    • Make a comparison between segments
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    View Analyzed Data

    • View summary stats of the entire movement pattern or of a certain segment
    • Review trip frequency between Origin, Destination & Waypoints
    • Review displacement by traveler's transportation mode or intent

Solution that meets your needs

  • Interactive Visualization

    Understand movement patterns through interactive spatial visualization

  • Custom Queries

    Create custom queries & geofences for enabling quick access to analytics

  • Data Management

    Manage datasets by time, geography or client with a specific privacy configuration

Don't Leave Trip Analysis To Guesswork

Gain deep insights into movement data with our intuitive trip analysis dashboard, empowering you to make informed decision.

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