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INRIX Wins Two Top Awards at Telematics Detroit 2008

INRIX®, the leading provider of traffic information, today announced that it won two top awards at the Telematics Detroit 2008 conference and exhibit, held this week in Detroit. INRIX President and CEO Bryan Mistele won the Telematics Leadership Award and the company took an award for the Best Use of Telematics Technology for the Public Sector.

“We’re thrilled to be recognized by our peers as a leader in the telematics industry,” said Mistele. “The industry is undergoing a significant evolution and a commitment to quality and innovation is more important than ever. INRIX built its business on those tenets and they’ll remain top priority as we expand into new markets and services.”

The awards come the same week INRIX announced its first-to-market suite of INRIX Connected Services solutions, including the world’s first ‘third generation’ routing service and INRIX Total Fusion, the first traffic data service that intelligently combines real-time, predictive and historical traffic information for over 800,000 miles of roadways across the U.S., including city streets and arterials.

INRIX® is the leading provider of accurate real-time, historical and predictive traffic information in North America and Europe, with over 55 customers and industry partners including TomTom, MapQuest, Microsoft, Clear Channel Radio’s Total Traffic Network, TeleNav, I-95 Corridor Coalition, Tele Atlas, deCarta, ITIS Holdings, Mio, Navigon, TCS, Telmap, ANWB, ARC Transistance, and TNO. INRIX delivers the highest quality data and broadest coverage available for personal navigation, mapping, telematics and other location-based service applications in the car, online and on mobile devices.

INRIX Traffic Services leverage sophisticated statistical analysis techniques, originally developed by Microsoft Research, to aggregate and enhance traffic-related information from hundreds of public and private sources, including traditional road sensors and the company’s unique network of over 750,000 GPS-enabled vehicles and cellular probes. INRIX delivers traffic information today for over 100 markets in North America and via ARC Transistance for 16 European countries. To experience the traffic technology revolution behind the next generation of navigation and location-based service applications, visit

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