Products and Services
TrafficLand licenses Westwood One's Metro Traffic as the exclusive representative to the broadcast industry for real-time video from its national traffic camera network.
TrafficLand provides live updating traffic video to the leading news and traffic radio station Web sites in New York and Washington, DC.
TrafficLand provides the CNN Situation Room with a single point of access to over 7,000 traffic cameras in more than 50 cities.
The Washington Post Web site has dramatically upgraded the traffic information provided on their Web site with access to over 400 local traffic cameras from TrafficLand.
National Web portals like WeatherBug.com and Traffic.com use TrafficLand content to enhance traffic reporting and differentiate their operations as more complete information resources.
TrafficLand, Inc. ("TrafficLand" or the "Company") provides TrafficLand® services that aggregates and delivers live traffic video over the Internet and on TV. The Company has developed patent-pending technology to allow it to aggregate thousands of CCTV (closed circuit television) video feeds from multiple Departments of Transportation (DoTs) traffic camera networks.
TrafficLand® services currently includes thousands of cameras from dozens of markets worldwide. Developed as a public-private partnership, TrafficLand works with local, state and federal government agencies and commercial enterprises to leverage existing video camera networks and repurpose these resources to unlock their full benefits:
For the driving public: Help users avoid traffic congestion with free online services that provide anywhere-anytime access to live traffic cameras from desktop computers and web-enabled PDAs and cell phones.
For first responders: Improved incident assessment and response with private network access to real-time, multi-camera displays, that can include multiple jurisdictional camera systems to provide situational awareness of roadway incidents. (For more information, visit www.trafficland.com/vmc.)
For DoTs: Cost effective integration, hosting and distribution of traffic video for better operational control and a streamlined approach to sharing video externally with multiple public safety stakeholders and user groups. (See our list of Public Partners, or for more information about our DoT services, visit www.trafficland.com/transportation.)
For media organizations: Live, targeted traffic video to enhance broadcast traffic reporting and value-added content for website visitors. (For more information, visit www.trafficland.com/broadcast.)