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TrafficInfraTech Expo 2012 Successful Eventful Bountiful

TrafficInfraTech Expo 2012 in Mumbai lived up to the industry’s expectations from it. Ministries, government officers from various State Authorities & PWDs, Senior Traffic Police Officers, serious buyers, and many other trade specific visitors kept the exhibitors on their toes. TrafficInfraTech takes you to the scene of action of India’s most looked forward to Traffic Show. When over 78 exhibitors ...

Quality,Variety of exhibitors and products are very good – Dr Sudhir Krishna

Dr Sudhir Krishna, Secretary, Union Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, who inaugurated TrafficInfraTech Expo 2012 was happy with the way the show was organised. “This is a very good show and I am impressed with the quality and variety of exhibitors and products,” he told TrafficInfraTech. Delivering his inaugural speech and opening the first day’s seminar on ‘Traffic ...

Some more feedback on TrafficInfraTech Expo…

Wilfred Menezes, Chief Executive Officer Omnitech Systems India (P) Ltd We are very happy with the Expo. We launched an ANPR system which is in heavy demand in India. There is a lot of traffic violation in our country such as vehicles being stolen from parking areas. The system will help curb stealing and tampering of vehicles.   Sandro Gervasio, ...

Interview with : Nitin Patel, Our contractors have to maintain the roads

Gujarat’s roads and Expressways are among the best in the country. BRTS has worked only in its city of Ahmedabad and failed everywhere else, even in the national capital. The state government has initiated some good transportation projects like ferry boat, Metro and Ring Roads. Gujarat is on the move and how! Yet, it faces a big problem – the indiscipline of its mobile public, transporters and even government officers. Nitin Patel, Minister of Urban Development & Urban Housing, Water Supply and Water Resources (excluding Kalpsar Division) speaks on these issues and more with Vidyottama Sharma.

“Road safety products have a vast market potential in India”

G S Bhandari, General Manager, Dark Eye, says that with better roads in the country, the average speed of vehicles has increased leading to more accidents. Due to this, the need for good road safety products has increased tremendously. What manufacturing facilities do you have at Dark Eye that have earned you an ISO 9001-2008 Certification ? Dark Eye has ...

Promoting Cycling in Cities

Transport planners around the world have now more or less come to the conclusion that in order to address the issues that plague cities – congestion, pollution, road accidents, loss of open spaces/green cover – it is essential that sustainable modes – walking, cycling and public transport – be actively promoted. Growth of personal motorised vehicles namely, two-wheelers and cars, ...

StarTraq launches offence management International Partner Programme

StarTraq, international traffic offence management service provider, has launched an International Partner Programme to increase the coverage of DOME (Dynamic Offence Management and Enforcement), its cloud based software that enables automatic detection of repetitive processes such as traffic offences. International partners such as software resellers, safety camera manufacturers and system integrators can resell DOME to government agencies, police forces and ...

ABB unveils DC circuit breaker for urban rail applications

Switzerland based ABB (ASEA Brown Boveri), a leading global power and automation technology firm, recently launched a high-speed DC circuit breaker suitable for use in light rail, inter-city and urban locomotives. The new DCTrac circuit breaker, designed for metro trains, trams and trolley buses maximises performance but minimises weight and maintenance needs. It needs half the space and weighs only ...

GMV celebrates anniversary of ITMS project for Ahmedabad BRTS

GMV is celebrating the first anniversary of the implementation of the Intelligent Transportation Management System (ITMS) developed by it, in collaboration with local partner Vayam Technologies, for the Ahmedabad BRTS. An advantage of the ITMS is that it was gradually introduced into the BRTS, reusing existing equipment, without affecting operations or inconveniencing passengers. The ITMS solution also helps in monitoring ...

Pune Metro rail project gets go-ahead

The Maharashtra government has approved the Pune Metro rail project. The project will be executed by the Pune Municipal Metro Rail Corporation (PMRC), a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) that will be set up exclusively for the project. Till the PMRC is set up, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) will act as the nodal agency for the project. The Metro will ...