Their mission is to make sure freight companies operate within the regulations of Nova Scotia. The inspection can either be random or based on the weight received on the scale. When the driver passes by the weight station, an LED sign, manufactured by Orange Traffic, indicates them if they have to stop by the weight […]Read more
RSU OmniAir Certification for Intersect!
During Omniair’s annual plugfest, Orange Traffic and Intersect received the official OmniAir RSU (Road Side Unit) certification for its Intersect ECO card.
During Omniair’s annual plugfest, held for the first time in Canada, Orange Traffic and Intersect received the official OmniAir RSU (Road Side Unit) certification for its Intersect ECO card. The official certification was given to the team at the Transport Canada PMG facility in Blainville, Québec, where the plugfest was taken place. It is the very first canadian manufacturer certification for a Road-Side Unit to connect vehicles with infrastructure and the third supplier worldwide to achieve the certification. Road-Side Units allow connectivity of vehicles with infrastructure to help cities achieve better efficiencies, provide more control and safety at intersections, as well as help reduce transportation’s GHG footprint.
OmniAir certification is important to ensure interoperability of equipment from various manufacturers, so that for example many brands of cars and of infrastructure equipment will work together to achieve safety and efficiency benefits. Intersect’s team is committed to prepare today’s infrastructure for tomorrow’s technology.
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Since the summer of 2019, Orange Traffic is proud to see the LED signs standardized by the MTQ (Transports Québec) in their Volume V. From then on, some dynamic signs have the same rights of use as static signs, while allowing a greater fluidity on the roads and by increasing the vigilance of the motorists […]Read more