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Press Release 06-124
Real-Time Traffic Routing from the Comfort of Your Car

New technology uses cell phone positioning data to report traffic tangles

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In a snapshot from a single carrier's network in Tampa, Fla., blue dots show active mobile phones.

In a snapshot from a single carrier's network in Tampa, Fla., blue dots represent all active mobile phones -- data sources for the IntelliOne system.

Credit: IntelliOne Technologies Corporation


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The TrafficAid website uses IntelliOne speed information to deliver traffic navigation.

The TrafficAid website uses IntelliOne speed information to deliver personalized traffic navigation to consumers.

Credit: IntelliOne Technologies Corporation


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