Supplier of display wall processors for traffic management center applications, Jupiter Systems, has been added to the list of Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Qualified Vendors. The company has also announced that it has developed a SunGuide interface for both its Fusion and new Fusion Catalyst lines of display wall processors, allowing both existing and future installations of Fusion and Fusion Catalyst controllers to work seamlessly with SunGuide-enabled TMCs. The SunGuide interface, developed jointly by Jupiter and Southwest Research Institute, is to be tested and certified by FDOT’s Traffic Engineering Research Laboratory (TERL) in early 2011.
“We are investing heavily to meet the current and long term needs of Florida’s intelligent transportation infrastructure,” said vice president of marketing and strategic alliances for Jupiter Systems, Brady O Bruce. “Achieving Qualified Vendor status, plus the development of our SunGuide interface, has been our goal for over a year. With these two components in place, FDOT and other SunGuide-enabled sites now have many more options in display wall controllers, as well as a wider range of display vendors and systems integrators. With increased options in product selection come greater innovation and competition, which benefits both Florida’s citizens and everyone in the traffic management community.” Jupiter installations can already be found in the Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise, Manatee and Seminole County TMCs.
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