The average speed between this waypoint and the next waypoint, in km/h. The difference with speed is that it has an improved estimation algorithm.
This field gives confidence for our speed estimation based on the actual sampling rate of the waypoints and if there are multi-speed zones in the road segments between 2 actual waypoints. Values can range from 1.00-0.50.
1.00 will be assigned for those GPS waypoint with instantaneous speed.
0.95 will be assigned for those GPS waypoint with no instantaneous speed.
0.5 will be assigned for the augmented waypoints with the least confidence which includes those segments with more than 5 minutes between the real waypoints and where the average speed is within the (combined) speed limits of the trip but we still report speeding.
The distance in meter between the current waypoint and the next waypoint.
Speed limit (in km/h) measured at this point in the trajectory as provided by our mapping data partners.