fvwazing wrote:...or throw in the "Are you in a car, experiencing traffic?" in case there is doubt that the trafficreport that is about to get generated is a valid one. Answer can be via voicerecognition ("yes" is yes, silence or "no" or "humhum" is no) and only a positive answer publishes the event. All other cases automatic.
Would beat most of the false alarms and even more important: on experiencing/recognizing a false alarm every wazer could assume there is a human playing the system and not the system playing us humans.
gettingthere wrote:I think this was the intent with the 'are you in traffic prompt'. But that is a failure since that does not stop an automated traffic report from being generated. It only allows the Wazer to post a manual report which then makes the automated traffic reporting mechanism 'more sensitive' or 'gives it double weight' to being created.
phil_whiteboy wrote:Today i was playing pac-man in a residential area. There were aprox 10 streets with dots so i was tracing over them. About half of the streets where auto marked traffic with average speeds of 25km.
With this being the average speed limit in those areas, plus many speed bumps slowing your down, made it seem crazy to see half a neighborhood lit-up with the actual speed limit as congested just from little ole me.
R4CLucky14 wrote:I also understand that Waze developing an interface for each of these systems would be a near nightmare.
Autourdupc wrote:I was driving at 131 km/h, and Waze said that the average speed was 58 km/h.
Users browsing this forum: TheValkyrie