Desktop Video Wall

Vizzion’s desktop video wall is a ready-to-use and highly customizable way for operations centers to watch imagery and video of live traffic, incidents, and weather.

Highly customizable multi-screen display

Transportation agencies, public safety organizations, fleet managers, media organizations, incident aggregators, and emergency managers can benefit from Vizzion’s industry-leading traffic camera coverage, XML feed, and development experience. Through over 200 partnerships with municipal, regional, national, and toll road agencies, Vizzion can supply operations centers with over 65,000 cameras in 43 countries and 600 markets. Current coverage includes North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australasia. With the best traffic camera coverage available, operations centers can make the most informed decisions while responding to and tracking emergencies and other events.

Map view

From the application’s map view, users can view cameras displayed on a map and quickly drag and drop them into custom video walls for viewing up to 25 cameras per screen. From the video wall view, the 25 cameras are continuously refreshed and can be displayed as streaming video where available. Cameras can be “undocked” to create floating camera windows or displayed full screen for a highly configurable multi-screen set up. Users can create an unlimited number of video walls to monitor specific events or geographies. Video walls are personalized to each user and can be selectively shared between users as well.

Video wall view

At the moment, operations centers generally have access to a limited number of local cameras and it can be prohibitively expensive to buy or build in-house traffic camera applications that combine multiple sources into a customized solution. Vizzion has used its 10 years of experience with traffic cameras and application development to develop the most effective way for operations centers to watch their regional road networks. Further benefits to operations centers are unique features and options such as current viewpoint detection, automatic image enhancement, and automatic intelligent cropping to make the most out of screen real estate.

The application is available through cost-effective site-licensing with unlimited users per site and a variety of geographic options from single markets to worldwide coverage. This desktop application builds on Vizzion’s proven XML feed, which is used by many leading web, mobile, fleet, automotive, and broadcast organizations to power traffic cameras in their applications.

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Inrix relies on Vizzion

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