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Traffic Monitoring through Communications
Mobile phones that have GPS will soon be able to tap into new technology that promises to transform traffic monitoring. It will work on most GPS-enabled cell phones operating on GSM networks that are capable of installing and running Java. As vehicles pass through the system's virtual geographic markers the phones will send anonymous speed and location readings to servers.
The data will be integrated into traffic models that produce an estimate of traffic flow, before being relayed back to the mobile phones. The pilot software that will accomplish this task is being developed by a research team at UC Berkeley. The software is available for download at www.traffic.berkeley.edu.
The system could eventually spread to include any area with mobile internet connections, including secondary side streets and rural roads not currently monitored by traffic sensors.
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