The Calgary Bluetooth traffic tracking system is a revolutionary new way to monitor traffic congestion in real-time. The new program is designed to anonymously pick up Bluetooth signals from motorists driving along the city's Deerfoot Trail. The system tracks how long it takes for a driver to go from one end of the trail to the other, thus providing realistic estimates to motorists about how bad traffic is.
According to the officials behind the Calgary Bluetooth traffic tracking system, the technology can differentiate between Bluetooth signals sent out by pedestrians and motorists. While the idea of being anonymously tracked by Big Brother is a little creepy, it is hard to ignore how useful this new system is.
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