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AIRTIS Wireless Traffic & Weather
TransCode’s AIRTIS wireless traffic and weather solution is an
advanced traveler information system (ATIS) that utilize wireless
technologies. The service provides real-time information services for the
mobile business and individual traveler as well as the wireless and Internet
- AIRTIS traffic and weather application
- AIRTIS’ Website, www.airtis.com, where subscribes can customize the
- RIM 850 Wireless Handheld™
- Nettech’s RFlink™ middleware, compatible with the ARDIS network
- Motient’s eLinkSM Service (formerly American Mobile or
The AIRTIS Service:
- Traffic Service:
- Sends traffic messages to wireless devices providing news about
traffic conditions and current construction zones as they occur.
- Allows subscribers to customize the service by selecting times and
days of the week as well as the traffic severity for which they wish
to receive alerts.
- Weather Service:
- Provides continual weather information throughout the day.
- Notifies subscribers of serve weather conditions, such as tornado
warnings, snow and ice conditions.
- Provides weather forecasts.
- Allows subscribes to specify up to 10 counties for weather alerts
- Email Service:
- Provides subscribers wireless email access from any Internet
- Allows subscribers to us their PC e-mail address and mailbox
How the system works: Image
source – Nettech Website
to set up "commute profiles" which are matched against
their real-time traffic database to inform members of traffic
tie-ups via pager or other wireless device.
allows members to set up counties, days,
and times to receive weather forecasts on their wireless device.
View Message Logs: gives members online access to messages
sent to their wireless device.
members can update their account
information if they change wireless service providers, change
Traffic service is currently available in six U.S. markets (Service
will be expanded to 15 major metropolitan centers in the United States
in the coming months)
Weather service is available in every county in the U.S.
Source: www.aritis.com (May
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