Opticom Analytics provides emergency departments with an easy means to evaluate intersection performance, assess run statistics, review operational trends and quantify the overall productivity of an EVP system, making it straightforward to justify the expense associated with deploying and maintaining EVP solutions.
Emergency responders have a new tool that can help to speed up response times and improve safety with the release of Opticom Analytics. The web-based platform can help departments assess intersection performance, reveal problem areas and make corrections to provide a faster, safer emergency response.
Société de transport de Laval’s TSP system wins award with help from Opticom at premier public transport event in Montreal Global Traffic Technologies Inc.’s Opticom™ Transit Signal Priority (TSP) solution was recognized and celebrated as a significant innovation at the recent UITP Global Public Transport Summit 2017 in Montreal. The system deployed by the Société…
GTT is proud to announce the launch of Opticom Analytics to help you make smarter decisions about how your team responds to emergencies.
To better understand the capabilities of this web-based software, GTT’s product manager, Chad Mack, created this 30-minute webinar.
Partnerships for today and the future Cities are under pressure from a variety of sources, including changing demographics, politics, funding and technological advancements. Global Traffic Technologies understands these pressures and can work with you to help deliver solutions. GTT’s Victor Darias explores some of these challenges and how to solve them. During this webinar, Darias examines:…
Réseau transit servant la ville de Laval, la troisiéme plus grande cité du Québec
Société de transport de Laval has been able to reduce bus travel times between 8-10 percent by using Opticom Transit Signal Priority at 232 intersections and on 306 buses.
STL in Laval, QB uses Opticom TSP using both relative and conditional priority
Police and firefighters in Hendricks Country are making a big push to teach people about something that could make everyone safer. It has to do with a traffic signal that emergency responders say many drivers seem to ignore.