Kapsch TrafficCom AG (ISIN AT000KAPSCH9), listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange in the prime market segment, has been commissioned with the expansion of the toll road network in Belarus. An additional 323 kilometers shall be made available to the BelToll electronic toll system in Belarus within the next ten months.
Acal BFi, the European provider in advanced technology solutions, are pleased to introduce the award-winning and world’s smallest GPS module from OriginGPS to the European market.
The Elatec Group has opened a new factory in Gračanica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Group’s Card Solutions and RFID Systems departments are serving in the capacity of manufacturers and ELCO is acting as distributor. Elatec’s new facility with more than 1,600 m² – produces SIM cards and packaging as well as RFID chips.
ASPIDER-NGI, a IaaS provider of provisioning, billing and revenue management solutions for operators, announced it has integrated the BFX Interface Gateway, BroadForward’s software-based signalling solution for Diameter routing and interworking.
Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L), the provider of global mobile satellite communications services, confirmed that the third satellite in the transformational Global Xpress (GX) programme – Inmarsat-5 F3 (I-5 F3) – has been scheduled for launch at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 12.44pm (BST) on Friday 28th August.
Romteck Australia, a provider of remote monitoring systems and services catering to fire services, airports, defense organisations and mining companies Australia-wide, collaborates with u-blox, a provider in wireless and positioning modules and chips, to upgrade its product portfolio.
Westminster City Council Uk and Pimlico Plumbers have successfully tested a new parking system which is believed to be the world’s first “One Click Parking” payment system for vehicles.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is making huge waves in the world as we know it. Near enough every device we own – from our phones to our cars; our thermostats to our tablets, now boasts some form of online connectivity.
While the 2014 Brazilian market for electronic access control equipment reached an estimated $92 million, the latest information from IHS Economics reveals that Brazil will struggle to see positive growth over the next several years. In fact, the access control market in Brazil is forecast to decline by 1.2% in 2015 and decline by another 0.8% in 2016 before growth returns in 2017.
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