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Press Release 05-032
Powerful Tool Crunches Commutes

Software crafts alternate routes for troubled commuters, predicts best time to hit the road

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Screenshot of Beat the Traffic application in Washington, DC

BeatTheTraffic.com, a tool providing real-time traffic data, is now available to commuters in 45 U.S. cities, with the heavily-congested Washington, D.C., metropolitan area just now coming online.

Credit: Triangle Software


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News10 in Sacramento is already using BeatTheTraffic to aid traffic reporting.

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News10 in Sacramento is already using BeatTheTraffic to aid traffic reporting. These clips show both the system in use and an interview with Triangle Software's Andre Gueziec.

Credit: KXTV, Inc./Gannett Broadcasting

 

Traffic congestion is a familiar sight.

Traffic congestion is a familiar sight.

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TV-ready www.BeatTheTraffic.com update of traffic conditions in Sacramento

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The video clip depicts a television-ready, real-time animation that Triangle can generate for local news broadcasts.

Credit: Triangle Software

 



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