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Smart city tolling discussed at Australian Forum
Cubic Transportation Systems is presenting at the National Electronic Tolling Forum in Australia, providing insight into smart city ITS and traffic management.
Jon Ramirez, director of tolling worldwide at Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS), will participate in a panel discussion on international tolling projects at the National Electronic Tolling Forum 2016 held in Brisbane, Australia from May 25 – 26. Organised by Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Australia with the theme “Smart City Tolling,” the event will host leading authorities in the field and examine ways of overcoming smart city congestion using emerging ITS technologies.
At the event, Ramirez will offer insights into Cubic’s advanced electronic tolling, video tolling and violation processing systems, which will go live for the New Hampshire Department of Transportation in late 2016.
“The next-generation back office systems for managing toll collection will deliver a number of key benefits,” said Ramirez. “Cubic’s products provide the flexibility, customisation and technological support our customers are seeking, including faster travel and convenience when paying tolls.”
Cubic’s open architecture tolling platform integrates third-party components for payment processing, customer service and financial management. With Cubic’s platform, operators will benefit from lower costs, increased revenues and better throughput on toll roads, bridges and tunnels.
Cubic has been involved in intelligent transport systems (ITS) for more than 40 years, processing $18 billion in transport revenue each year and serving more than 38 million people every day.