How to Use Environmentally Hardened Network Devices to Build ITS Reliability

Oct. 18, 2012



Date:   October 18, 2012


Date:   October 18, 2012

Time:  2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern


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IP technology enables traffic planners to collect, analyze and respond to multi-media traffic information faster than ever before. Streaming video cameras provide up-to-the-minute information, while sensors judge speed and count vehicles. Intelligent signage advises motorists of hazards, and alerts are sent to response teams almost instantaneously. However, none of this information is available if the system goes down. This webinar offers information on what types of hardening are available for network systems and how to implement communications infrastructure using both cabling and wireless transmission that ensures that ITS systems operate reliably.

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Steve Bowles

Mr. Bowles represents GarrettCom in the Southeastern United States. Headquartered near Atlanta, he has been heavily involved with DOTs and local governments, assisting in network design and support related to traffic intersection connectivity and camera systems along the interstates over the last seven years. He is active with Florida ITS and GA ITS groups, and has provided industrial network training and support to engineering and operations teams throughout the Southeast.

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