Tecsidel with more than 40 years of experience, in urban and interurban solutions worldwide is part of the Group company Eysa with equally vast experience in Urban Management, OnStreet Parking Technology and Operations with presence in more than 350 cities, 45+ countries and four continents.
Solutions in urban mobility range from access control and LEZ (Low Emission Zones), CPZ (Controlled Parking Zones), curbside management, road safety and management and collection of taxes and & fines. The Group’s CityXplorer platform enables real-time management of traffic congestion, loading zones, pollution peaks and the establishment of corridors for emergency vehicles through traffic light control. In addition, several MaaS (Mobility as a Service) solutions for ends users and corporate employees’ transportation have also been developed.
In the interurban sector, Tecsidel manages intelligent tolls (Free Flow), Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) which ensure road safety by alerting emergencies in the event of an accident. Central Clearing House Solution and AI based Master System Integrator (MSI) solution helps customer to integrate different SIs together. The Group leads the toll and ITS market in Latin America & India and is a recognized solution provider in Europe with relevant implementations in Norway, Great Britain, and Spain.
In infrastructure management, the Group manages more than 80 car parks facilities, plus all Spanish Airports parking facilities and, under the mowiz TRUCK brand, 14 secure parks for trucks. “Apart from urban-interurban, Parking management and operations, we complete our solutions portfolio with a warehouse and logistics line of business which will now be part of Tecsidel India offerings also,” says Akash Sinha, CEO, Tecsidel.
The group’s strength lies in breaking down barriers and pioneering innovative smart mobility and Mobility as a Service solutions to assist customers in realizing their objectives.
“We recognize the impact of our operations and device solutions aiming at reduction in carbon emissions and enhancements in air quality.”