DSRC is a two-way short- to- medium-range wireless communications capability that permits very high data transmission critical in communications-based active safety road applications. It is capable of collecting traffic data through Beacon Systems.This Beacon System through DSRC Infrastructure communicates with autonomous vehicle to receive traffic data e.g. traffic light status, precise vehicle location, sensor data status and etc.

The Bus Arrival Panel (BAP) is a display panel that presents Real-time information on bus arrival timings. The BAP is designed to inform commuters of bus arrival timings, thus managing their expectations on bus waiting period and assisting them for their respective journey planning. On a broader aspect, the BAP is an important system in the bus hubs to manage and facilitate for a smooth public transport flow in real-time. The data collected by the BAP units can be used for statistical analysis to aid bus hubs in enhancing their services and busing frequencies to cater to commuters’ expectations.


Traffic Enforcement Systems are defined here as a technical recording device that is triggered automatically by a traffic violation, so that information about the violating vehicle is recorded, making possible the subsequent identification of the vehicle for the purpose of sanctioning the owner or driver. These punitive cameras are used to automate part of the process used to ticket and fine motorists that are disregarding regulations and break the law. We have Research & Development department; offering a truly complete turnkey operation for traffic management.

Traffic Collection systems provide continuous, reliable, complete, and accurate traffic and weight data. It offers an end-to-end solution including traffic radar systems, iControl sensors, equipment, installation, maintenance, data harvest, verification, hosting and reporting.

  • Portable or permanent
  • Real-time Volume, Occupancy and Speed (VOS)
  • VOS reporting to traffic management systems
  • Valuable high quality data
  • Data reporting with comprehensive reports

This Intelligent Telemetry Unit (iTU) Monitoring System has been designed to detect and monitor human, different types of vehicles and other objects. Not only does this system communicate with different type of sensors, it can work with more than one from time to time. Type of sensors include: Inductive loop, Piezo Sensor, Short – Range Ultra Sonic Sensor, Position Sensing Device, Mid – Range Radar Sensor, Active Infrared Sensor, Camera Sensor or Thermo Sensor Array.

Truly innovated intelligent Traffic Video Analytics System (TVA) is a robust motion detector, which has the capability to minimize false alarms without compromising function or ease of use.  TVA analyzes video images of the cameras to generate information useful for movement management and traffic control. It integrates automatic incident detection, data   collection, presence detection, digital recording of pre and post incident image sequences and MPEG-4 compression streaming video in one board. This video detection technology provides real-time data and image information for optimal traffic control and fast accurate incident detection. Incident detection shows a high detection rate, a short time to detect (<10s), fast incident verification and a low false alarm rate.

  • Multiple advanced CCTV with high accuracy speed measurement
  • Highly accurate static or moving speed enforcement data
  • Data recorded include and not limited to:
    – Speed detecting
    – Classification
    – Tracking
    – Event recognition
    – Static and logical counting

  • Automated process counts and classify traffic according to parameters
  • Mining of accurate and reliable reports, not limited to:
    – Speed measurement
    – Identify most used or congested routes for improvement

Traffic lights are signalling devices positioned at road intersections, pedestrian crossings, and other locations to control flows of traffic. It requires more than slight control and coordination to ensure that traffic moves as smoothly and safely as possible and that pedestrians are protected when they cross the roads. A variety of different control systems are used to accomplish this, ranging from simple clockwork mechanisms to sophisticated computerized control and coordination systems that self-adjust to minimize delay to people using the road.