King County Metro Transit Uses Eurotech DuraMAR to Deliver Secure Data, Voice and Video Communication
King County Metro Transit serves more than 2 million area residents, with a daily weekday ridership of more than 395,000 boardings. Eurotech’s DuraMAR is a modular mobile access router used to seamlessly connect vehicles to the agency’s IP network through a 4.9 GHz wireless corridor or an optional integrated cellular modem. This DuraMAR product will be used to transfer electronic fare payments and other operational data to and from transit buses, provide seamless network roaming for transit signal priority operation and the display of bus departure information on electronic signs along selected corridors, and improve transit security by supporting the expanded use of on-board digital video cameras.
Under the contract, Eurotech will deliver the DuraMAR to King County Metro Transit in 2016 and 2017.
Eurotech (ETH:IM) is a global company that integrates hardware, software, services and expertise to deliver embedded computing platforms, M2M integration platforms and IoT enabling solutions to leading OEMs, system integrators and enterprise customers for successful and efficient deployment of their products and services. Drawing on concepts of minimalist computing, Eurotech lowers power draw, minimizes physical size and reduces coding complexity to bring embedded platforms, sub-systems and ready-to-use devices to market, specializing in transportation, industrial, security, logistics and medical segments. By combining domain expertise in wireless connectivity as well as communications protocols, Eurotech architects platforms that simplify data capture, processing and transfer over unified communications networks.
Learn more about Eurotech at www.eurotech.com.
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