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Tag Archives: Advanced Traffic Management System

Australia Future Mobility Technological advancements, Policy leadership, Investment opportunities

The future transport and mobility sector in Australia is characterised by shifts from ownership to ‘usership’, transportation to mobility, and internal combustion engines to electric powertrains. There are over 15 connected and automated vehicle trials underway in Australia, supported by a robust research and development (R&D) infrastructure. This includes the iMove Cooperative Research Centre, the Australian Integrated Multimodal Ecosystem (AIMES) ...

ITS for Inter-Urban Highways: The Indian Perspective

ITS has the potential to be a game changer for the Indian highway infrastructure industry. Prof. P K Sikdar and Punnet S Bindra, President and Vice President of Intercontinental Construction & Technocrats Pvt Ltd, take a look at its history so far, different uses, challenges and the potential. The term intelligent transportation system (ITS) refers to the efforts to add ...

TrafficInfraTech Expo: Seminar: May 19, 2012

The session on the topic ‘The need for, challenges in and advantages of achieving Unified ITS Solutions for Highway & Urban Traffic in India’ was moderated by Sanjeev Kumar Lohia, Officer on Special Duty (OSD), Urban Transport Development and Ex-Officio Joint Secretary, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. The panelists were Vivek Phansalkar, Joint Commissioner of Police – Traffic, Mumbai; Dr CSRK Prasad, Professor & Head, Transportation Division, Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Warangal; Rish Malhotra, Business Director of International Road Dynamics (South East India); Dr Vishwanath, Former Director, (Engineering Services and Projects), Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai; and Ravi Kumar, Joint Director and Project Leader for the collaborative intelligent transportation system in India, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) Thiruvananthapuram.

Portable Variable Message Signs Why does India need them?

Mobility challenges all over the world can be addressed by strategies like managed lanes and active traffic management. These are cost-effective methods of prolonging the life and maximising the efficiency of the infrastructure which, in turn, can postpone the need for major expansion projects.

Efkon wins ITS and tolling contracts

Efkon India, a subsidiary of the Austria-based Efkon Group, has recently received tolling and ITS contracts worth `430m. The first contract from Maruti Suzuki includes installing tracking boxes and backend solutions in 3,000 trucks. The second contract from Oriental Structural Engineers is for providing a complete ITS solution for the Nagpur Bypass project which includes Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) ...

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