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USA: TrafficLand has announced that it is providing XML feeds — which contain live video and geospatial metadata from its national traffic camera network — for integration into crisis information management systems used by public safety agencies and emergency first responders.

TrafficLand provides access to nearly 6,000 live traffic cameras nationwide utilising its patent-pending technology to make the video available in a low-bandwidth format from a tier 4 fault tolerant data center. While the fortified service is designed to meet high-demand traffic loads typically seen during emergency incidents and major events, this network access provides assistance to state and local first responders on a daily basis. According to the company, the real-time video data layer from TrafficLand’s national traffic camera network can be integrated into virtually any GIS, common operational picture, or mobile application.