Activu to Showcase the Power of Intelligent Visualization at the 18th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems in Orlando, Florida

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Visit us at Booth 1343 to see how TMCs have significantly improved productivity and decision-making with our best-in-class solution

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Activu® Corporation, a leading provider of IP-based visualization and collaboration solutions for mission-critical command and control center environments, will be exhibiting its solutions at the 18th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems from October 16 – 20 in Orlando, FL.

With demand for ITS systems growing worldwide, Activu invites you to stop by booth 1343 to see how Activu’s best-in-class systems can help you harness the power of intelligent visualization and exponentially increase your traffic management effectiveness, today and for the foreseeable future. We will demo our solutions and share case studies on how Activu has helped dramatically reduce congestion and improve safety and response times at some of the most sophisticated TMCs such as in Arizona, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Texas, to name a few.

Activu offers a true software-based visualization and collaboration solution that easily integrates with commercial off-the-shelf hardware. As an IP-based solution with open architecture, Activu supports all types of traffic management devices such as video cameras, traffic sensors and electronic display boards, and can display an unlimited number of information feeds. Mobility features let key TMC decision-makers login from anywhere, review relevant visuals and data feeds, collaborate with the TMC control room, and significantly improve mission-critical response.

To learn more about Activu, please visit Booth 1343.

About Activu
Activu is the leading provider of highly secure, scalable and robust IP-based visualization and collaboration solutions for mission critical command and control center environments. Our solutions enable sharing, annotating, and analyzing real-time visual information across the network, and across display devices from large video walls to mobile devices - to develop a Common Operational Picture (COP), improve Situational Awareness (SA) and accelerate decision-making.


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