TomTom has partnered with a leading Russian crowdsourcing service for drivers called Second Pilot to enhance its Speed Cameras Service in Russia.
The service will be delivered directly to devices as a hosted service, or via a server-to-server bulk feed.
This is the 50th country where TomTom has coverage for its fixed speed camera service. TomTom also offers a near real-time database of mobile speedcam in 28 countries.
“The TomTom Speed Cameras service is based on governmental sources, news feeds, field surveys, and third-party sources in selected countries,“ explained TomTom in a statement.
“It’s also based on community input from more than 3.5 million TomTom drivers around the world. Camera reports, confirmations and removals are processed automatically by our sophisticated Fusion Engine, which runs 24/7. The real-time processing of over one million reports per month ensures that the TomTom Speed Cameras content is always up-to-date.“