Orlando, Florida. Intelligent Mechatronic Systems Inc. (IMS) will be among the leading intelligent transportation technology providers presenting live demonstrations at the 18th Annual World Congress and Expo. IMS Connected Car solutions are meeting the 21st century demands of one of the most important public infrastructure investments made by government – our roads and highways.
The trade show, taking place in Orlando, Florida from October 16th through 20th, 2011, is hosted by the Intelligent Transportation Society of America and will showcase policy makers, business professionals and the world’s leading transportation technology providers. Throughout the five day show, IMS will be displaying live-demos of vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure solutions.
The IMS connected car demo will show how any car can be activated with after-market or embedded wireless solutions that provides drivers with fully voice-interactive infotainment, communication and road condition information, while connecting the car itself to wireless highway infrastructure. Another demo will show IMS’ exclusive live-traffic technology. The Metro Traffic Engine is a lightweight, cost-effective means of obtaining real-time traffic information for any urban area. Accurate live-traffic data is gathered using existing cellular network infrastructures, alleviating the need to install additional on-road hardware. The traffic data can be directed to IMS telematics solutions that can alert the driver to oncoming congestion and suggest alternative routes.
The theme of this year’s ITS Exposition is Keeping the Economy Moving. IMS machine-to-machine transport technology is an important part of keeping traffic and the economy running smoothly. Learn more about IMS intelligent transport systems including some of the first-ever dynamic road tolling systems, traffic congestion avoidance and carbon footprint analytics.
To see IMS live demonstrations at the World Congress: Please visit booth 2331 or Contact Karin Bogacz, Senior Director of Business Development for more information about how IMS technology is connecting our cars and our roads.
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