AccuWeather/INRIX deliver Vizzion traffic cameras for broadcast
Vizzion traffic cameras are now available to broadcasters on StoryTeller, AccuWeather’s on-air interactive touchscreen solution. StoryTeller's INRIX Traffic App allows presenters to display and interact with Vizzion’s traffic camera snapshots and live streaming video alongside projected travel times, maps, and weather data.
Presenters are able to view camera locations as a layer displayed on the interactive map and then tap camera icons to display single or multiple camera feeds at a time. Vizzion’s entire traffic camera web service is actively monitored and has built in caching features to prevent non-useful images from going to air. Storyteller's INRIX Traffic App customers have access to 23,000 cameras in 300 cities across the US to help their traffic reports come to life.
Vizzion provides data from over 40,000 traffic cameras in 31 countries worldwide to the broadcast, web, mobile, automotive, fleet management, and PND/GPS industries. With authorization from more than 150 different public and private transport agencies in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australasia, and Africa, Vizzion is the leading provider of traffic camera data and services. Traffic cameras are a proven way for websites and application providers to attract new customers and encourage repeat usage. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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