Challenge: With population surpassing 130,000 and a thriving business district, Bellevue was challenged to find new ways to accommodate a growing number of motorists without taxing resources. Solution: The city had used Opticom™ Infrared (IR) traffic signal priority control at each of its 185 intersections for decades. It transitioned to Opticom™ Multimode as part of…Details
Every television star’s story begins somewhere. For us, it began on the streets. Our traffic control systems are installed at more than 70,000 intersections in more than 2,800 cities around the world. They help emergency responders travel faster and safer, transit systems run more efficiently and engineers optimize traffic and minimize carbon footprint. And, now…Details
Liberty Township installed Opticom™ GPS signal priority control technology at every intersection in Liberty Township and the City of Powell as well as on 18 authorized response vehicles. Initial tests indicated that both the fire department and EMS reduced response times by at least 40 percent. For more information, please read our Liberty Township case study.…Details
Outstanding Safety Achievement Award presented to Beaufort County, SC by the South Carolina Association of Counties.
For more information please visit Beaufort County’s website.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA) has named Global Traffic Technologies, LLC (GTT) as the recipient of the 2011 Tekne Award in the innovative electronic devices award category. Held Nov. 3 at the Minneapolis Convention Center, the Tekne Awards honor companies and individuals who have played a…Details
Burnaby’s Emergency Vehicle Traffic Signal Preemption System Wins Award from Intelligent Transportation Systems Canada On Tuesday, June 14, at the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Canada annual conference, the City of Burnaby was presented with the (ITS) Project Award in the Smaller Metropolitan category, for the City’s Emergency Vehicle Traffic Signal Preemption System. The award is in recognition of the…Details