Winnipeg software company develops application to tackle pothole menace

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WINNIPEG — Just driven over a pothole big enough to swallow small animals? There’s an app for that.

A Winnipeg company has developed a smartphone application that allows drivers to report and track potholes using their global positioning system.

Telenium Inc. says iPothole is the first software of its kind that lets drivers report street craters, or call up a map to see where the next roadway abyss is waiting to jostle a vehicle’s suspension.

Chris Friesen, a company spokesman, says the idea for iPothole came from the number of holes that show up at this time of year and transmissions that need to be saved.

The free download works across Canada, but is currently available only for iPhones.

Information on the system is available at (CTV Winnipeg)

Organizations: Telenium, CTV Winnipeg

Geographic location: Winnipeg, Canada

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Recent comments

  • DM Prabhudesai
    September 19, 2011 - 00:44

    Can this be used track similar details in another country ? How this will be possible ?

  • Gerry Knowitall
    March 25, 2011 - 15:23

    Funny how a local software company who keeps getting millions of $ a year in ACOA grants andfunds could not do that for here.