Iteris will supply Vantage Video Detection Systems to Henderson city in Nevada.
The supply order worth $577,000 was received by Iteris, a premier vendor in the traffic management market for the development and application of enhanced technologies, through Phoenix Highway Products, its regional distributor. The supply order is likely to be shipped before the end of March this year.
The city of Henderson is implementing the Traffic Signal Improvement Project for easing the flow of traffic. To ease the traffic flow enhanced vehicle detection systems will be retrofitted at the signalized intersections in Henderson. Henderson is using Vantage video detecting system for a long time.
Abbas Mohaddes, the CEO and President of Iteris, felt thrilled about the expansion of use of Iteris’s video detection systems through such projects. Mohaddes revealed that the company focuses on offering innovative and best-in-quality products to its customers for reducing travel times and congestion thereby improving their quality of life.
Luke Smith, Henderson City’s Traffic Maintenance Superintendent, informed that the city has used these video detection systems for improving traffic flows for several years. Smith added that the service provided by the highway products of Iteris and Phoenix was good and the equipment is excellent. He revealed that these video detection systems are designed and engineered to function under extreme temperature environment and the product performance is outstanding.
Iteris video detection solutions are used in a wide variety of traffic management applications that includes highway management and intersection control systems. The Vintage product range uses Iteris’ enhanced image processing technology for detecting vehicle presence, occupancy, count, speed, and associated traffic data for traffic management systems. These products provide a useful toolkit for traffic managers for reducing congestion through the quick detection of incidents and altering traffic signal timings. These dependable, flexible, and multifunctional video detection cameras are installed by many agencies in the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. These products are sold in Europe, Asia, North America and South America through a network having more than 20 independent dealers.