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ITSReviewAnnual2015 25 Siemens is due to highlight its new Service Operations Centre at stand C10. The facility, to be opened at the company’s UK headquarters in Poole, Dorset, is designed to remotely manage local authority road networks. Its capabilities include monitoring of key routes and junctions, strategic traffic control and network optimisation, all from a single location. The centre will bring together Siemens’ existing Field Service Contact Centre, Systems Support and its Poole Consultancy Services team. Head of consultancy services Martin Andrews said: “By combining our offering, we can provide an enhanced level of day-to-day operational support to customers that is completely flexible depending upon their requirements.” As one of the largest exhibitors at Traffex, Siemens is also using the show as a launch pad for its cloud based strategic traffic management solution, Stratos, and a number of other new products. These will feature alongside the firm’s existing portfolio of traffic controllers, signals and detection solutions, as well as traffic management, electric vehicle charging and traffic enforcement systems. Siemens has sector experience ranging from the smallest of traffic control schemes to major projects such as the upgrade and operation of London’s detection and enforcement infrastructure for the Low Emission Zone and Congestion Charging schemes.  Vysionics’ VECTOR automatic number plate recognition camera Market leader to launch traffic management hub Vysionics ITS will showcase its latest automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) and average speed enforcement technology solutions at stand B22. The firm is exhibiting alongside Jenoptik Traffic Solutions, which acquired Vysionics in November last year, meaning visitors will be able to view an even wider range of products. “Traffex is the most important show in our event calendar, so we are looking forward to demonstrating some of the exciting new technologies and solutions available to the UK market,” said Vysionics sales & marketing director Geoff Collins. “We will be showing our latest Home Office Type Approval systems, along with some exciting new developments,” he added. Technology on show includes the firm’s popular ANPR camera VECTOR, of which Vysionics has delivered 800 units to date. The system has applications ranging from average speed enforcement, police ANPR, HGV levy monitoring and access control. Latest ANPR systems to be exhibited Traffic enforcement technology provider Zenco Systems is attending its fourth Parkex show to launch two brand new products. The company’s LaneWatch Mk2 and TrafficWatch PTZ cameras, together with its existing ZenGrab Digital Enforcement Suite of products, will be available for demonstration during the exhibition. The new products will allow enforcement of yellow box junctions and parking contraventions on clearways and outside schools. They are being launched in light of legislative changes to Civil Parking Enforcement recently announced by Government, which the firm says will change the way that local authorities provide essential traffic and parking enforcement services. Zenco’s Sales and marketing Director Adrian Ford said: “Parkex 2015 is the perfect platform for the launch of new safety and enforcement products as the people that most benefit from the technology can discuss it directly with the manufacturers.” Visit the company on stand P72. ITS firm to show off new parking solutions

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