Discover Connected Vehicle solutions from GTT at APTA Bus and Paratransit Conference
Global Traffic Technologies’ latest transit signal priority control technology for buses provides expandable solutions for today and the future
Attendees at the American Public Transportation Association’s Bus and Paratransit Conference next week will get an in-depth look at the latest analytics and connected vehicle technologies, including industry-leading Opticom™ Transit Signal Priority (TSP) solutions from Global Traffic Technologies, LLC (GTT).
GTT’s Jared Moore and David Samuel will be on hand at the conference, which takes place in Tampa, Florida, at the Tampa Marriott Waterside. GTT will be exhibiting its Opticom technology at the event on Tuesday May 8 at Booth 115.
Opticom solutions help move cities toward their Smart City goals, including faster, more efficient public transportation networks, Moore said. “The journey to a smart city is incremental – you can’t flip a switch or force it. It requires complex integration and relentless innovation,” he said. “Working with GTT gives transit agencies an opportunity to get immediate results and build toward the future.”
At the expo, Moore and Samuel will share details about GTT’s next generation Connected Vehicle Platform, which combines GTT’s industry-leading Opticom TSP with built-in active schedule and headway management capabilities, helping to keep transit services on time and performing optimally, in order to minimize travel times, increase predictability and improve on-time metrics.
GTT intelligent transportation solutions serve all modes of transportation, with the flexibility to integrate with the latest and legacy traffic and city-wide infrastructure. GTT’s solutions improve the on-time performance and operating cost of a transit fleet as well as helping other agencies throughout the city. As a result, GTT’s customer base now exceeds 3,100 unique clients worldwide, with deployments in 41 of the 50 largest cities in the United States, including in and around the city of Atlanta. Overall, GTT has deployed nearly 180,000 connected and IoT devices within cities across the globe, within a variety of locations such as back offices, intersections and vehicles, to provide intelligent transportation solutions that move residents and service providers safer and more efficiently.
For more information about the event and to register for the conference, visit: http://www.apta.com/mc/bus/exhibitors/Pages/default.aspx