Mercedes-Benz launches in-car traffic cameras from Vizzion/INRIX

mbrace2 traffic camera feature

Mercedes-Benz has launched a traffic camera feature within their mbrace2 “Mercedes-Benz Apps” package, powered by Vizzion and INRIX. This marks the first time that traffic cameras have entered the market directly integrated by an auto OEM. Mercedes customers will save time with the live traffic snapshots that provide visual verification of traffic flow, incidents, and weather-related road conditions across the United States.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Mercedes S-550 with integrated traffic cameras in the mbrace2 platform.

Vizzion and INRIX provide mbrace2 customers with access to over 38,000 traffic cameras across North America, capitalizing on the broadest traffic camera coverage on the market. Cameras can be displayed near the driver’s location, along a specified route, or near a destination. A 3-month trial of the service is available for both new and pre-owned 2013 Mercedes vehicles.

About Vizzion

Vizzion is the leading provider of road imagery for traffic, weather, road condition, and safety operations and applications. Through partnerships with over 200 different transport agencies and on-vehicle camera providers, Vizzion offers live feeds from over 100,000 cameras in 40 countries across North America, Europe, Asia, Australasia, and key markets in South America and Africa. Both on-vehicle and roadside traffic camera services are available through Vizzion’s flexible API and turnkey Video Wall application. Vizzion’s content is trusted by major apps, map providers, broadcasters, fleets, and automotive organizations. Contact for more information.


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