TrafficCast Design Challenge Decided Tomorrow

Fabulous Prizes totaling $10,000 will be awarded tomorrow at TrafficCast’s Design Challenge Event at the Curtis Center in historic Philadelphia! The contest, hosted with, asks participants to brainstorm original and innovative ideas to power a consumer facing mobility solution for commuters and daily travellers.

Contestants submitted proposals to meet a Friday deadline last week, and at tomorrow’s event, finalists get the chance to pitch their idea to industry experts and an audience of other coders and like-minded technicians. During their pitches, contestants will explain how their submissions  include Positive User Benefits, Features, How to Balance Driving Centric Features with Driver Safety and Mobile Distractions, and What Makes This Platform Stand Out from other Apps?

Happy Hour drinks and snacks accompany the pitches, prizes and networking. Find out who wins the Design Challenge tomorrow, June 27, from 5 – 7, at 601 Walnut St, #1200 West.



Wilmington Welcome


TrafficCast International is celebrating the opening of its Wilmington Office and Traffic Operations Center at The Mill with an Open House on Wednesday, June 20th from 5-7pm.

TrafficCast managers and operators welcome the public to tour the state-of-the-art traffic operations facility in Wilmington, Delaware; meet the team, and find out about the TrafficCast Design Challenge. It’s a coders paradise of a contest! If you think you have coding design skills, sign up to code for TrafficCast and TrafficCarma. May you make breakthrough improvements on these existing platforms! This UI/UX Competition comes with $10,000 in prize money. It is held Wednesday, June 27th from 5-7pm at 1776 – The Curtis Center, 601 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

TrafficCast’s opening at The Mill is free but requires registration. For more information about the Wilmington opening at 1007 N . Orange St, or the design competition in Philadelphia, contact Alana Maguire at

Trafficcast Featured!

TrafficCast’s Blue TOAD Spectra unit, which is used by municipalities and highway departments to study traffic patterns and collect data, and live demonstrations of the device were featured in the ITS America Detroit convention publication this week! That’s Director of Business Development Frank Provenzano, looking smart. Go ahead, ask him anything about connected devices!

Demo in Detroit

Want to see a live demonstration of Trafficcast’s BlueToad travel time data analysis system? Head on over to Booth #446 at the ITS America Detroit convention today and tomorrow. BlueTOAD, a market leader in Bluetooth signal detection technologies is used in performance measures assessments to manage travel times, road speeds and route choice behaviours, making it an advanced tool for federal, state and local transportation agencies.

Convention visitors can see for themselves how with Spectra, BlueTOAD now searches and matches “Discoverable” and non-discoverable” based Bluetooth devices.



June Journeys

June finds Nick Kiernan, Trafficcast Executive Vice President of Sales and Business Development attending TU-Automotive Detroit Conference, billed as the world’s largest conference on automotive technology.

The conference explores ADASA and Autonomous Vehicles, Smart Cities and Urban Mobility, Connected Services and Data. Experts will also weigh in on Automative Cybersecurity and E-mobility, and innovators looking to make inroads into the connected car industry will present future-influencing start-up pitches, and connect with investors.

The conference is expected to draw some 3250 attendees June 6-7 in Novi, Michigan. For more information, see 

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