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The 28th International ARRB Conference

Scheduled to be held from April 29 – May 2, the 28th International Australian Road Research Board Conference will connect researchers, practitioners, academia and industry to discuss “Next Generation Connectivity”. The event for the transport industry will take place after the commonwealth games in buzzing Brisbane. The conference focusses on the future of a connected Australia in transport & infrastructure. ...

Incident Management System of NHAI

The National Highways Authority of India is in the process of rolling-out an integrated setup through the Traffic Incident Emergency Management System (TIMS), where Incident Management Contractors will be appointed at a state/regional office level for providing ambulances, tow-away cranes and highway surveillance vehicles across all highways in the state / region, and a Regional Command and Control Centre for ...

IWAI engages KPMG as consultants

The Inland Waterways Authority of India has engaged KPMG to study and devise a framework for operationalization and maintenance of the assets being built on NW-1 under the World Bank funded Jal Marg Vikas Project (JMVP). This framework will include various institutional and operational models ranging from outsourcing to Special Purpose Vehicle formulation with participating states and other authorities like ...

Managing traffic real-time with Google data

The Kolkata Police wants to deal with the long vehicle queues at major traffic junctions in the city by introducing an inbuilt algorithm based on the using the Google line traffic data that can calculate the traffic queue at an intersection and predict the exact signal cycle according to the shifting real-time needs. Kolkata police has phased out standalone signals ...

Vehicles with tools to rescue trapped passengers

The Delhi Traffic Police is in the process of inducting “Road Disaster Management” vehicles equipped with tools to rescue trapped passengers from vehicles following accidents and to deal with exigency on the roads. These vehicles will be fitted with multiple tools and gadgets for crucial use in disaster situations. They will have cutting tools that can pierce through heavy metal ...

Drone Cameras for Railways

West Central Railways with headquarters in Jabalpur has become the first Zonal Railway to procure Drone cameras (UAV/NETRA) to be used for various railway activities especially project monitoring and maintenance of tracks and other railway infrastructure. Drone cameras shall be deployed to undertake monitoring activities of relief and rescue operation, project monitoring, progress of important works, conditions of track and ...

Videonetics forays into Bangladesh market

Videonetics, a leading Visual Computing Platform Development Company, has announced its entry into Bangladesh by deploying its state-ofthe- art solutions comprising Intelligent Video Management Software (IVMS), Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) along with Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system at the one of the largest manufacturing plants, located at Dhaka. Having the production capacity of 2500 MT/day, the factory contains valuable ...

Ravel Group announces its entry into Entrance Automation

The Chennai based Ravel Group, a leader in Fire Detection and evacuation systems offering products of international standards with UL listing, has announced its foray into the entrance automation field with the launch of its new manufacturing entity Ravel Movement Control Pvt Ltd. “At Ravel Movement Control, we will be manufacturing a wide range of barriers & pedestrian gates the ...

Dahua Technology honoured as ‘CSR Brand of 2017’

Dahua Technology was recently crowned with the highest honor of “CSR Brand of 2017” for its dedicated support to the course of public welfare and well-regarded reputation at the recently held 7th China Charity Festival held in the Chinese capital Beijing. Fulfilling its corporate social responsibilities, Dahua has created more than 12,000 jobs (as of Sep. 30th, 2017) and has ...

Delhi Metro cards to be valid in 250 buses

According to Delhi Transport Minister the Delhi Metro cards will be valid in 250 select city buses from April 1. The move is part of a month-long trial to shift to a ‘Common Mobility Card’ which could be used to travel in Metro, Delhi Transport Corp (DTC) buses and cluster buses in the capital. The 250 buses would be rolled ...

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