INRIX pings – then helps you avoid – millions of cars

first_imgTags:#Audi#autonomous vehicles#Autotelligence#BMW#Ford#INRIX#INRIX Traffic#IoT#Lexus#Mercedes-Benz#Porsche#Tesla#Waze Related Posts 5 Ways IoT can Help to Reduce Automatic Vehicle… Trevor Curwin IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A… Break the Mold with Real-World Logistics AI and… For Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In… INRIX has relaunched a completely redesigned version of its INRIX Traffic app that harnesses a network of over 275 million vehicles and other sensors to make your commute that much easier.Available worldwide today – in both iOS and Android flavors – INRIX Traffic learns your preferences to take the guesswork out of driving. It integrates your calendar and learns your driving habits to create a personalized itinerary that includes automatic alerts, anticipated trips, favorite destinations and preferred routes.INRIX Traffic uses a massive crowd-sourced network of millions of connected cars and devices to generate the most accurate map and best real-time information in the world. It will proactively monitor road conditions to alert drivers of ideal departure times, changes to arrival times and optimal routes to frequent or scheduled destinations based on real-time traffic.“We designed (this) with one specific vision – to help drivers move through their daily lives as quickly and efficiently as possible,” said Bryan Mistele, INRIX’s president and CEO. “Users want an app that is accurate, personalized and smart enough to work proactively for them, so we’ve integrated several highly advanced technologies into one all-encompassing app.”The app uses the crowd-sourced OpenStreetMap (OSM) for its map data. By leveraging the power of global user-generated content, OSM quickly adapts to the ever-changing road network, and lets INRIX deliver high-quality mapping and turn-by-turn navigation for free and without ads.INRIX Traffic app showing you the best way home INRIX Traffic adds more data than WazeWhile traffic apps like Waze create a community by allowing users to report of accidents, police presence and road work and allow that data to be used to plan routes, their system can be gamed. If you want to re-route traffic from your street, for example, all you need to do is have enough Waze users report a traffic jam, and the traffic disappears.But the same world-class data technologies INRIX delivers to its automotive customers – including Audi, BMW, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Tesla and Porsche – also powers INRIX Traffic. The firm’s connected-car services include real-time and predictive traffic, off-street parking information and drive-time alerts.The app is built on Autotelligent, the company’s new software development kit and integrated cloud platform that provides machine learning and route monitoring. Autotelligent can be integrated into products in multiple industries such as automotive, enterprise and mobile“Our new app delivers the most cutting-edge technology available in a nav app today,” said Mistele, adding that the firm will continue integrating features from its product portfolio into future versions of the app.At relaunch, INRIX Traffic is available in eight languages in 16 countries across North America and Europe, including Canada, France, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States, with additional countries coming soon.last_img

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