Wednesday , 25 November 2020

Big Show, Big Business

Shakuntala (HPS), ACPTraffic I, Faridabad Traffic Police: Like in other Indianstates, we also undertake Road Safety Awareness campaign in Faridabad quite often. I found the Expo very informative and useful. I plan to procure products and systems from some of the exhibitors after discussion with the senior officials in the department.

 

 

Tridip Datta, Inspector of Police, Kolkata Police: We have placed enquiries for VMS with some vendors at the Show. We are also interested in the latest technology in Breath Analysers and vehicle-mounted speed analyzers. Another interesting product was the tab-enabled hand held devices that can connect to a server.
R I Qasim, Police Inspector- Airport TR.PS, Bengaluru Traffic Police: The Expo was definitely very useful for traffic police. For instance, exhibitor Onnyx showcased new concepts of traffic signal and pedestrian information. There were new technologies like RFID for cabs & autos, radar based equipment for over speeding and also advanced safety & security products.

 

 

Satish Shravge, Executive Engineer, Maharashtra Public Works Department: We came to the Show for solutions in traffic count & classification that are based on videos. Unlike abroad where the video based solutions are more streamlined, these solutions are not that well developed for Indian conditions. More integrated solutions in areas like ANPR, video based vehicle classifier system for monitoring of highway toll traffic and combining of ANPR data with RTO data for analysing the vehicular movement statistics is the need of the hour.

 

Mukund Joshi, Additional Director, Delhi PWD: New solutions are required for maintaining Delhi roads. We found many relevant products particularly in the safety and signage systems here and we were glad to find solutions even for pedestrians and cyclists.

Arvind Kumar, Divisional Manager, Bihar State Transport Corporation: It is a focused and niche show and we got to witness some of the innovative and latest technologies in Ticketing System for the staterun buses and at our bus terminals. It was quite an informative show.

T R Meena, Superintendent Engineer, New Delhi Municipal Council: The Conference at the Show gave an opportunity to learn the latest technologies and developments in the field. We need smart technology and applications to make smart cities for which the government needs to have awareness about them, through such dialogues.

Pradeep Kumar Saxena, Superintending Engineer, Uttar Pradesh PWD: Besides traffic management and parking solutions, there were many useful road safety products like crash-barriers. The knowledge sharing conference had many interesting topics and solutions that we hope to implement in our cities too.

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