Activu to Exhibit Collaborative Visualization Software and Video Wall Solutions for Traffic Management Centers at ITS Annual Meetings
Control Room Information Sharing, Collaboration and Event-Driven Visualization for Networked Displays including Video Walls
Activu Corporation, a pioneer in the development of collaborative visualization software and video wall solutions, announced they will be featuring their solutions for traffic management centers (TMCs) at two industry meetings in June: the ITS America 2018 Annual Meeting, June 4-7, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan and the ITS Canada Annual Conference and General Meeting, June 17-20, 2018 in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Activu will be showcasing ActivWare™, the company’s enterprise software, which helps traffic management centers to improve incident response and decision-making by allowing them to see, share and respond to critical events in real-time, with context.
Tailored to meet the operational needs of TMCs, ActivWare allows users to share visual information across a network, regardless of the location, on any type of screen, from a control room video wall or workstation to a laptop or mobile device. Users are provided with a wealth of dynamic information, allowing them to obtain a complete operational picture, effectively share critical information, anticipate problems due to congestion and plan appropriately to minimize issues and delays.
Attendees will have the opportunity to view Activu’s mobility capabilities, which allow users to connect wirelessly and securely from the field, using their smartphone or tablet. Field personnel can stream real-time high-definition video and send captured photos and videos to the control room while also being able to view visual information from the control room on their mobile devices.
Attendees can also learn about ActivLink®. Created to assist ActivWare users with filtering through information being supplied by control room systems, ActivLink alerts operators to critical events by automatically displaying content in response to user-defined scenarios.