Modern smart city planning and urban development are being driven by technology, in particular telematics, powered by artificial intelligence (AI).
The City of Chesapeake, VA has upgraded its Opticom™ emergency vehicle preemption (EVP) system from Global Traffic Technologies (GTT), LLC to help its emergency vehicles move through intersections quickly and safely. The expansion was facilitated in part by GTT’s regional dealer of Opticom, J.O. Herbert Company, Inc.
Three Arizona agencies – Pinetop Fire Department, Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District and the Show Low Police Department – have come together to implement Opticom™ priority control from Global Traffic Technologies, LLC (GTT).
Three agencies in Arizona – Pinetop Fire District, Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District, and the Show Low Police Department – have come together to implement Opticom™ priority control from Global Traffic Technologies, LLC (GTT). Advanced Traffic Products (ATP), GTT’s dealer of Opticom in the region, was instrumental in helping facilitate the deal.
Global Traffic Technologies (GTT) and regional distribution partner Advanced Traffic Products (ATP) will be presenting during the Washington State Section of ITE Washington and the Northwest Section of IMSA’s annual vendor technology showcase on Feb. 8-9.
Global Traffic Technologies, LLC (GTT) announced today it has won the 2021 Internet of Things (IoT) Breakthrough Award in the Smart City Deployment of the Year category.
After a successful initial implementation, the city of Myrtle Beach (S.C.) is expanding its deployment of the Opticom™ Emergency Vehicle Preemption (EVP) from Global Traffic Technologies, LLC (GTT) for its fire department.
The Santa Barbara County Fire Department and city of Goleta have announced the recent installation and implementation of a new GPS-based traffic control system that will improve response times and increase public safety.
The police department in the city of Othello (WA) is requesting $15,000 to equip 14 of its police cars with devices to leverage its existing infrastructure and control some of the city’s traffic lights.
The Lawton (OK) Fire Department has taken delivery of a custom pumper from Sutphen mounted on a Monarch heavy-duty chassis with an extended cab that includes Opticom technology.