Multiplication of speed camera warning systems
Press release. A month ago, the FoxyTag speed camera warning system opened the access to its server in order to let everyone to develop his own warner. And now there is already a first candidate, called TrackerTag, a system optimized for Symbian phones.
FoxyTag is a free and legal system to signal speed cameras on mobile phones that works worldwide. The system is collaborative and self-managed: The users “tag” the speed cameras and some electronic trust engines check the quality of the posted information. A month ago, FoxyTag opened the access to its server in order to let everyone to develop his own warner or to integrate the speed cameras in an existing application, like a GPS navigation system. And so started the multiplication of different speed camera warning systems: The first candidate is called TrackerTag, a system optimized for Symbian phones (Nokia N95, Nokia Navigator…). The application was specifically designed to use the advantages of Symbian, like an optimized screen management and a user interface more elaborated then the generic application provided by FoxyTag. We now wait new warners compatible with FoxyTag, but functioning on Windows Mobile or on the inescapable iPhone. The multiplication of speed camera warning systems will go on.
TrackerTag in action