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Webcast for Applied Information featuring mobile app Travel Safety

Metro Teleproductions Inc (MTI) worked with Applied Information on a live webstream in the streets of Washington DC. Videographer Jamie Sides used the Canon C300 Mark II along with a Live U Solo Unit to feature the travel app Mobile Safety. Jamie was in the car for 2 days driving around sending a livestream back to the Convention Center via YouTube to feature the app. The Live U Solo was supplied by Max Orenstein of RunWithIt Productions. The presentation was utilized throughout the day by Bill Wells of Applied Information at the Washington DC Convention Center. To maximize the quality of the signal and also to give us a back up we used both Verizon and Sprint when sending a signal with the Live U Solo. The Live U Solo is a mini version of the Live U units which are used by all of the on air and cable networks as a cost efficient way to send events back to the network hubs.

MTI is in its 30th year of operation, we started webcasting back in 1998 with the Washington Music Awards (WAMMY) for Washingtonpost.com . We provide live streaming for special events, conferences, seminars, music performances. Our webcasting events have been featured on CBS, NBC,ABC, CNN and FOX . In addition to webcasting, MTI supplies video production which includes multi camera switching, marketing and training videos. We work with Fortune 500 companies, associations as well as non profits.

Applied Information is a leading developer of connected, intelligent transportation system (ITS) solutions designed to improve safety, reliability and mobility. Applied Information’s Glance Smart City Supervisory System™ platform allows cities to manage all their traffic and ITS assets on one web-based application. This includes 5 key areas: Traffic Intersections, School Beacons, Parking Guidance System, Mobile Vehicle Assets and ITS devices. AI’s Glance TravelSafely™ smartphone app connects drivers, cyclists and pedestrians for a safer commute.

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