GEWI will again be in attendance at the conference and will be demonstrating the latest version of the TIC software which includes new features for Road Incident Management (RIM).
The new RIM features of TIC are a significant advancement in the convergence of ATIS and ATMS systems.
TIC providing superior capabilities assist operators of services to detect, verify, respond, clear, and analyze roadway incidents, whether involving vehicles or infrastructure such as cameras and traffic signaling.
Gulf Traffic 2014 also will be hosting the largest conference on parking ever held in the Middle East, and GEWI’s founder and Worldwide CEO Hagen Geppert will also be available to demonstrate the parking features of the TIC software.
Not only can TIC manage incidents with parking infrastructure failure, such as VMS signs, TIC can also collect, process, and distribute live information about parking facilities.
To reserve and book a demonstration appointment during Gulf Traffic, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to attend Gulf Traffic, please click here to view the TIC Overview video or visit www.gewi.com for more information.