TrafficLand, a V2I (vehicle-to-infrastructure) aggregator of live traffic video, announced an agreement with Weather Telematics to integrate and resell Weather’s proprietary all-hazards and predictive weather data.
The new Weather Telematics data, combined with the video verification provided by TrafficLand’s network of more than 25,000 state and local DOT traffic cameras and other TrafficLand partner data sources, “creates one of the most complete resources available for all-hazard weather data affecting driver safety,” according to Fairfax, Va.-based TrafficLand.
TrafficLand and Weather Telematics content is available across the United States and from a growing list of markets internationally, according to TrafficLand.
The data is available via several platforms, including API and map-based services.
“Partnering with TrafficLand is a natural fit for Weather Telematics,” said Bob Moran, president and CEO of Weather Telematics. “TrafficLand has the largest network of live roadway traffic cameras by far, and when it comes to safeguarding drivers, delivering weather alerts with real-time video provides a more complete picture about ground-level conditions.”
TrafficLand CEO Lawrence Nelson said his company has been on a mission “to help raise awareness about roadway travel conditions” since launching in 2001.
“This new content from Weather Telematics is an important addition to the advanced AI and machine-learning-based ground-level information that is helping to increase travel safety by revolutionizing so many industries and interactions,” Nelson added.