View maps and traffic cameras on your Windows Mobile or BlackBerry smartphone

How many times have you found yourself stuck in a traffic jam, construction zone, or even a blizzard, and wished you could have seen the road conditions up ahead before you got there?  Radio reports and roadside signs are all well and good, but all too often you’re already caught up in a problem before you hear about it.

Traffic Vizzion (pronounced “vision”) makes it possible to keep an eye on the road ahead by bringing live images from thousands of traffic cameras located across North America and Europe to your Windows Mobile or BlackBerry smartphone.  And, uniquely, if you have a built-in or external GPS, Traffic Vizzion patent pending technology can automatically show cameras near to your current location, or along the road directly ahead of you, long before you get there!

In addition, Traffic Vizzion let’s you view high quality Yahoo! maps for your local region and explore those maps using pan and zoom features.  If you have a GPS, Traffic Vizzion will display your precise location on the map, and automatically center the map based on your current position, so if you take a wrong turn or have to detour around traffic, it’s easy to get back on track.  Traffic camera locations are shown on the map and can be easily selected for viewing. 

Traffic Vizzion can save you time, money and frustration by quickly answering questions such as:

“Which route is least congested?”

“I’m lost!  How do I get back on track?”

“Are those radio reports/roadside displays up-to-date?”

“What roads could I take to get from A to B?”

“What’s causing this jam?”

“How far am I from my destination?”

“How bad are weather conditions on my route?”

“Will taking the toll road / expressway save me time?”

“Is there an accident up ahead?”

Traffic Vizzion can be used by commuters, business travelers, long-haul drivers, delivery drivers, vacationers, or anyone who needs to view maps or see road conditions ahead of time.  And it costs just pennies a day!

Click here to see Traffic Vizzion in action.

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Commercial licensing of Traffic Vizzion camera data is available through our partner, INRIX.

Looking for our imaging application development services?  Go here.

Jan 27 2012 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for Lake County, IL.

Nov 25 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 3 new cities in Ohio: Cleveland, Akron and Canton.

Oct 28 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 9 new cities and regions in Austria: Vienna, Burgenland, Kärnten, Niederösterreich, Oberösterreich, Salzburg, Steiermark, Tirol and Vorarlberg.

Sep 30 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 7 new cities in Germany: Mannheim, Karlsruhe, Heilbronn, Ulm, Singen, Lörrach, and Stuttgart.

Sep 19 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for King County in Washington.

Sep 16 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for the city of Barcelona, Spain.

Sep 2 2011 — Traffic Vizzion maintains its position as the leading aggregator of traffic cameras, surpassing 17,000 cameras in over 270 cities and 10 countries.

Aug 26 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for the city of Prague in the Czech Republic.

Aug 9 2011—Traffic Vizzion adds support for 6 new cities and regions in Luxembourg: Mersch, Capellen, Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette, Grevenmacher and Remich.

Jul 29 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 3 new cities in the Netherlands: Amsterdam, Utrecht, and Rotterdam.

Jun 25 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 10 new cities and regions in Florida: Jacksonville, Deltona, Daytona Beach, Palm Coast, Space Coast, Osceola County, Lake County, Lakeland, Spring Hill, and Port St. Lucie.

May 13 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 8 new cities and regions in Alaska: Anchorage, Central, East, Southeast, South, and Southwest regions.

Mar 25 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 8 new cities and regions in Nebraska: Lincoln, Omaha, North, Northeast, Southeast, South, Southwest, and Panhandle regions.

Feb 11 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 3 new cities: Toledo, OH, Stockton, CA and Tahoe, CA.

Jan 7 2011 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 10 provinces in Spain: Madrid, Segovia, Soria, Guadalajara, Cuenca, Toledo, Ciudad Real, Jaen, Badajoz.

Feb 24 2012 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 6 new cities/regions in Florida: Tallahasee, Pensacola, Gainesville, Lee County and Collier County.

Feb 17 2012 — Traffic Vizzion adds support for 5 new regions in BC: Vancouver Island, Sunshine Coast, Okanagan, Kootenay and East Cariboo.

Feb 2 2012—MapQuest announces traffic camera service for their maps and directions, powered by INRIX / Vizzion.