Actelis has announced that it will be using the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ (ITE) Annual Meeting and Exhibit 2012 to demonstrate how the company’s portfolio of Ethernet access devices and aggregation switches can be deployed for next-generation ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) networks that support IP-based Ethernet communications. The company says most existing ITS networks do not support Ethernet communications, but by using its range of equipment and technologies, cities can quickly and cost-effectively upgrade their existing copper infrastructure to support real-time, multipoint communications. This can include: remote management of IP-based traffic controllers and cameras that monitor intersections; speed sensors; variable message signs (VMS); emergency response systems; and parking guidance systems.
Visitors to the ITE event, which takes place in Atlanta, Georgia on August 12-15, will be able to gain insight into how the company built the City of San Jose’s (California) new IP-based ITS network. The company will also be explaining how it revitalized the Montgomery County Department of Transportation’s (MCDOT) ITS network, which was a major upgrade to the Maryland County’s aging automotive traffic system. The company says that by implementing its equipment, both the City of San Jose and Montgomery County have become nationwide models for implementing new IP-based, next-generation ITS networks. Further information on the Montgomery County project can be found in the April/May edition of Traffic Technology International: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e1a5fab8#/e1a5fab8/72
7 August 2012
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