HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Trafficware releases version 2.4 of its market-leading central traffic management system ATMS.now™, an advanced traffic management system (ATMS), used by hundreds of state and local Departments of Transportation around the country.
As cities rise to the challenge of managing complex transportation networks, agencies throughout the world deploy advanced traffic management systems as a crucial means to better utilize the capacity of their infrastructure.
Chief Technology Officer Darren Beyer explains, “We believe very strongly in delivering continued value to our customers. While this commitment extends to Trafficware’s entire product line, the sustained investment in ATMS.now, with consistent product releases, continues to deliver the best value to our customer base and is a reason why ATMS.now is gaining customers across North America and the globe.”
New capabilities available in the latest ATMS.now 2.4 release include:
- Enhancements to both Google and Bing maps’ Editor Screens,
- A new reporting engine to optimize report generation,
- Centralized control of documents to be delivered to users of ATMS,
- ATMS performance improvements to increase response times in key areas,
- Refinements to the ATMS.now user interface to optimize user workflow.
Beyer added, “Trafficware is committed to delivering the functionality our customers both desire and expect. We remain focused on delivering a highly robust and scalable solution which exceeds our customer’s expectations.”
Transportation authorities rely on Trafficware’s ATMS.now system to provide a central management system that can oversee complex networks with diverse needs, as well as advanced capabilities such as SynchroGreen adaptive signal technology, TSP, Emergency.now vehicle prioritization, and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) integration. Marquee cities like Las Vegas, Orlando, New Orleans, Palo Alto in Silicon Valley, Virginia Beach and Cairo, Egypt, all rely on ATMS.now as do dozens of large U.S. counties and States like New York and South Carolina.
ATMS.now customers that have subscribed to Trafficware’s software maintenance program receive features included in the base application for free as part of the program. For in-depth information, visit http://www.trafficware.com/software.html or call 1-800-952-7285.
Trafficware specializes in research, design, and development of electronic equipment and enterprise software to support the transportation industry. Trafficware’s more than three decades of industry expertise includes hands-on experience solving traffic management challenges around the world, earning the company a reputation for unmatched quality. The company’s Synchro® traffic analysis product alone is used by engineers in more than 90 countries around the world and in every state in the United States and province in Canada. The company also manufactures a full line of traffic equipment at its 100,000 square-foot technology center outside Houston. Trafficware’s growth is backed by KRG Capital Partners, a private equity firm with more than $4 billion in capital.