WEBINAR September 21, 2021 · 4:00pm CEST / 10:00am EDT

3 ways to excel at predicting traffic incidents

Good navigation knows the route from A to B. Great navigation knows what’s happening all along the route in real time, working to save drivers time, fuel and stress.

Join our webinar to discover the key elements of TomTom Traffic Incidents, learning how it predicts congestion before it happens and delivers navigation with increased accuracy. Covering insights on sourcing, data fusion and delivery, you’ll get a unique look into the inner workings of TomTom Traffic Incidents and how it impacts our daily navigation and routing. In short: In this webinar we’ll reveal how TomTom knows the road ahead.

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Following a brief introduction by Liv Meinck, TomTom Traffic experts Barry Tremeer and Pim Kiffen will spend 30 minutes addressing the following two topics. We’ll close with an open Q&A for any questions.

  • TomTom Traffic Incidents and the impact on navigation

  • A deep dive into predicting traffic incidents on the road ahead


Liv Meinck

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, TomTom Traffic and Travel Services

Liv is responsible for product marketing for Traffic and Travel Services at TomTom Automotive. Since joining the company in 2012, Liv has been responsible for international marketing, as well as partner and product marketing – from telematics services and maps to real-time and historical traffic and travel solutions.


Barry Tremeer

Director Product Management, TomTom Traffic and Travel Services

Barry has been working on the evolution of traffic information services internationally for over 20 years and is now responsible for the strategy and portfolio of the broader range of TomTom’s real-time travel services. With an engineering background and having worked in engineering, customer service and business development roles, he has a keen interest in the timely development and integration of customer-impacting products and features in applications.


Pim Kiffen

Product Manager, TomTom Traffic and Travel Services

Pim is responsible for TomTom’s Traffic Incidents product. He joined TomTom’s Graduate Program in 2016 and started as Product Marketeer. Now he’s been involved in traffic services as a Product Manager for three years. With a background in business and strong end-user perspective, Pim is driven to take traffic services to the next level.