(Silverlight + Virtual Earth) * (Traffic + Weather) = Traffic Eye

A little linear algebra for you Canadians, eh? No less than 24 hours after I post “A Few Virtual Earth / Silverlight Demo Applications” I get an email from our Canadian Virtual Earth Sales Solution Specialist, Mike Pastushak, that The Weather Network has just released their new Silverlight / Virtual Earth Desktop Traffic Application “Traffic […]

A little linear algebra for you Canadians, eh? No less than 24 hours after I post “A Few Virtual Earth / Silverlight Demo Applications” I get an email from our Canadian Virtual Earth Sales Solution Specialist, Mike Pastushak, that The Weather Network has just released their new Silverlight / Virtual Earth Desktop Traffic Application “Traffic Eye”.

3hydhyaiocjrh8fym44e.pngThe app uses Silverlight 2 Beta 2 and Virtual Earth tiles to serve up a robust desktop application interface for navigating and exploring traffic information. At the time of launch the only information available is for areas in Ontario (the province, not the city fellow SoCals) where Toronto resides. For those cities, you can get flow data or weather condition information for the given route, plus a ton of live web cameras for viewing the actual street. 

DownloadTraffic Eye

Source:→ MSDN