Sunday, 3 August, 2008 3:42 AM
Welcome Free Mobile Traffic Service
Dimension Mobileyes to Ease Congestion in One of the Worst Commuter
Cities In America
WCBS-TV traffic camera on a Verizon Treo700w.
-- 3rd Dimension, Inc. today launched Mobileyes, a free
mobile traffic camera service available in Detroit.
for mobile devices is advertising-supported and gives drivers access
to more than 600 traffic cameras operated by the Michigan Department
of Transportation. The service will assist the millions of Detroit-area
drivers in planning their commutes and travels, to and from their
homes, offices or schools. In partnership with a top Detroit television
station, 3rd Dimension is offering the service to commuters looking
to ease road travel in and around the "Motor City."
Michigan, we're committed to providing our customers every opportunity
to spend more time with their families and less time in their daily
commute," said Greg Krueger, ITS Program Manager for the Michigan
Department of Transportation. "As gas prices hover at $4.00
per gallon, we're committed to providing our customers access to
the information they need to find the safest, quickest and subsequently
the most cost-effective routes to and from their destination. This
partnership with private industry will provide Michigan residents
and visitors access to live and still images of area roadways to
help them plan ahead."
president, 3rd Dimension said, "The Mobileyes application has
been a success in many major metropolitan areas with traffic issues.
The software increases the value of the already indispensable mobile
phone by putting a simple to use, on-demand traffic advisory service
in the palm of your hand."
to Detroit, the 3rd Dimension real-time mobile phone traffic service
is already available in Hartford, Conn.; New York; Los Angeles;
Kansas City; Houston; Knoxville; Indianapolis; and Washington, D.C.
It is compatible with data enabled phones on the Sprint, Verizon
Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile networks; users can access the service
from anywhere on popular smart phones such as the BlackBerry, Palm
Treo and the Motorola Q.
just called Detroit one of the 10 worst congested cities in the
country -- traffic is epic, especially at rush hour," Mr. Joseph
the video application, commuters can go to www.freetrafficcams.com
and request the service by entering their mobile phone number.
application is downloaded, drivers can choose to view near real-time
traffic images from any of the cameras along their route and can
even program keys on their phone to quickly access their favorites.
3rd Dimension, Inc.
is a mobile marketing and application company that has created and
distributes Mobileyes, an innovative, real-time video content delivery
platform for consumers via their mobile devices. Its applications
are designed to attract targeted audience making its solutions attractive
to advertisers and marketers.
3rd Dimension, Inc