Inrix Digital Media Suite
The Inrix Digital Media Suite provides reporters with a set of easy-to-use applications and traffic information content with real-time insight into traffic conditions on all major highways and local roads. Alert audiences to the day's current and expected traffic hotspots and expected travel times for key routes. The Inrix Digital Media Suite consists of a radio and a TV application, offering journalists drag-and- drop traffic report creation and editing tools. The apps provide journalists with an intuitive Web-based interface with a comprehensive picture of local conditions including traffic speeds and travel times, detailed real-time traffic maps, alerts to delays caused by accidents and other incidents as well as real-time eyewitness reports from the station's Twitter and Facebook community. Inrix TV and Inrix Radio can be activated immediately and scaled to connect with other devices, production facilities or desired coverage areas.
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