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$10M | 2 mos ago

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+60 points in the past 30 days

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About Inrix

INRIX is an international provider of real-time traffic information and connected driver services in the car, online and on mobile devices. The company combines real-time data from traditional sensors, a crowd-sourced network of over 4 million GPS-enabled vehicles, its historical traffic speeds database, and hundreds of other traffic impacting factors like accidents, construction, and other local variables. With this data, Inrix aims to offer quality data and broad coverage for personal navigation, mapping, telematics, and other location-based service applications in the car, online, and on mobile devices. Inrix's services are used by transportation agencies, consultants, integrators, and academic institutions who use INRIX data to improve operations, planning, and performance measurement for their road networks. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Kirkland, Washington.

Inrix Headquarters Location

10210 NE Points Drive Suite 400

Kirkland, Washington, 98033,

United States


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Inrix Patents

Inrix has filed 99 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Parking
  • Autonomous cars
  • Global Positioning System
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Corporate I.D.-card swipes, lunchtime orders, subway and train traffic, and traditional polls don’t suggest people are returning to the office in droves

Sep 25, 2022

- Advertisement - Labor Day marked the waning days of summer, the start of the school calendar and, this year, the time when management will actually start returning employees to the office more often. - Advertisement - For example, half (51%) of companies polled in August said they expect employees to use physical offices more often, according to a Survey CBRE From CBRE, -2.13% , An international commercial real estate services and investment company that clearly has a vested interest in those returning to the office. More than eight in ten survey participants wanted employees on campus for at least 2.5 days, but a majority (60%) said pre-Labor Day office attendance was below that figure. - Advertisement - So your boss told you to come more into the office from September. But now that remote and hybrid work systems are woven into the fabric of white-collar jobs, who actually followed that order? Some post-Labor Day traffic data, office occupancy gauges and even lunchtime order numbers from businesses indicate an increase – but workers aren’t streaming in offices in a big way just yet. - Advertisement - ,Some post-Labor Day traffic data, office occupancy gauges and even lunchtime order numbers from businesses indicate an increase – but workers aren’t streaming into offices in a big way., For example, the measurement of corporate keycard swipes after Labor Day remained essentially flat on average across 10 major cities. Castle System A security technology provider running an ongoing back-to-work barometer. In New York City, the epicenter of high finance, those occupancy rates increased sharply compared to other cities, Kastle said. However, the number of Big Apple office stays rose to 47.5% last week, up from 46.6% last week, the highest level before the pandemic. “New York City is experiencing the biggest jump, up 8.7 percentage points to 46.6% occupancy. Despite this, Austin, Texas surpassed New York City with office occupancy reaching 60.5%. We expect these Rates will continue to rise,” Kastle said. But Kastel’s barometer is just that – a barometer. This represents 2,600 buildings in 138 cities, but as The New York Post reported , it is not used by some of the largest corporate office buildings in the city. A spokesperson told the Post that it includes 200 buildings in New York City, but declined to specify the buildings in question. ,As of mid-September 2022, 49% of Manhattan office workers showed up in person on an average workday, up from 38% in April, according to a survey of 160 major Manhattan office employers., — Partnership for New York City As of mid-September 2022, 49% of Manhattan office workers appear in person on an average workday, up from 38% in April, according to a survey by The Partnership of 160 major office employers between August 29 and September 12, 2022. Is. For the City of New York, a non-profit that aims to strengthen the relationship between business and government in the Big Apple. According to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, New York City subway ridership, like the northern suburbs and commuter rail from Connecticut, remained below pre-pandemic levels for the work week. statistics , Yet Manhattan bridge and tunnel traffic met or exceeded for most of the week, the MTA noted. “From what I’ve seen, there is no serious increase in return to the office after Labor Day,” said Nicholas Bloom, a Stanford University professor who studied the rise of remote work. “The last two big pushes after Labor Day in 2020 and 2021 were utter failures to no avail, and so I didn’t expect anything different this time around.” ,‘The last two big pushes after Labor Day in 2020 and 2021 were utter failures to no avail, and so I didn’t expect anything different this time around.’, –Nicholas Bloom, Stanford University professor who has studied the rise of remote work Some numbers show a change in white-collar work. According to the US Census Bureau, between 2019 and 2021, the number of people working primarily from home has increased from about 9 million to 27.6 million. CBRE’s survey reveals a huge disconnect between “what” [company managers] were looking, versus what they wanted,” said Julie Whelan, the firm’s global head of Occupier Research. Unsurprisingly, she felt the ups and downs of a post-Labor Day — such as a recent more than an hour-long visit to her Boston office, for the first time since the pandemic. Still, it would be “naive” to think that Labor Day would suddenly lead to higher office usage, Whelan said. If company chiefs intend to bring people back more often, Whelan said they can take some steps, down to practical points, such as coordinating when teams arrive. But he is not sure how many people are doing this. Bloom is skeptical about the prospects of great returns. “Employees are happier working at home two or three days a week and are generally more productive. So it is a very difficult business to build and most of the middle managers and employees know it so are not pursuing it,” he said. Bloom said the real pressure comes from top CEOs. But managers below the top level feel that an overwhelming urge may lead to children and/or long commutes with workers. “Most middle and junior managers know this and are passively rebelling against their CEO’s orders, making these return-to-office policies extremely difficult to execute.” Occupancy increased in some cities According to Kastle’s data, over a seven-day period on the weekend before Labor Day and the days after work, average occupancy actually fell slightly to 43.4% from 43.8% a week earlier. The drop may have been because more people worked remotely on the Friday before Labor Day weekend. At the same time, the occupancy on the Wednesday after Labor Day was around 53%, compared to 35% at the same time last year. Final result? more ambiguous status quo. “Office occupancy remained stable after Labor Day, and it is not yet clear whether companies mandating post-Labor Day withdrawals have taken effect,” Kastle said. In Texas, the Austin, Houston and Dallas office buildings have long exceeded occupancy rates in other cities, as measured in Castle’s running barometer. In these three cities, traffic has been near or well above pre-pandemic levels from Tuesday to Friday since late August, according to traffic-analytics firm Inrix. Looking at the 10 cities Kastel is monitoring, Inrix found an average 7% increase after Labor Day in the amount of miles driven within the area. “It does not imply a full return to work [or that] City offices are full. But it indicates considerable activity,” said Inrix transportation analyst Bob Pishu. More office workers are likely one explanation — but not the only one, he said. Eventually, schools and colleges are back in session and the data will also capture visits from a non-worker to a lunch spot like lunch in and out of a city. Lunch orders provide insight Speaking of food, this can be a stretch. Especially when the food and drink items are increasing so much. In the week after Labor Day, corporate lunchtime catering and group orders were up 50% from the same point in 2021, most likely salads and sandwiches, according to Grubhub. The big day was Wednesday, September 7, when group and catering orders were up 60% compared to the same day last year and 30% higher than last Wednesday, company data showed. In big cities like New York and Boston, the jump in catering orders compared to a year ago easily beat the surge in individual orders during the week, Grubhub said. “We’re very excited by the numbers we’re seeing,” said Jeff Mirmelstein, vice president and general manager of Grubhub Corporate Accounts. Miramelstein said the information may, in part, point to management trying to win over workers’ hearts through its gut. But it’s also a chance to “create a real culture of positivity and solidarity that’s like ‘Hey, we have food at the office, please come in.’ Miramelstein said the strong numbers deepened into September. “It appears to be a continued return to office initiative.” And it probably isn’t even a typical return-to-office strategy, he continued. “Just in a way in a pre-COVID time situation where people are coming back to the office… Credit: /

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  • When was Inrix founded?

    Inrix was founded in 2004.

  • Where is Inrix's headquarters?

    Inrix's headquarters is located at 10210 NE Points Drive, Kirkland.

  • What is Inrix's latest funding round?

    Inrix's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did Inrix raise?

    Inrix raised a total of $146.6M.

  • Who are the investors of Inrix?

    Investors of Inrix include Paycheck Protection Program, Intel Capital, Porsche Automobil Holding, Venrock, August Capital and 5 more.

  • Who are Inrix's competitors?

    Competitors of Inrix include TransCore, CityData, Swiftly, TRAFI, Moovit and 7 more.

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