Iteris, Inc., a global player in smart mobility infrastructure management, announced that it is one of the core members of the Digital Traffic Systems, Inc. (DTS) team that has been awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for statewide intelligent transportation system (ITS) maintenance by the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT).
Under the terms of the five-year sub-contract, Iteris will implement a portion of the ITS Asset Management System (IAMS) for the GDOT project, with an estimated budget of approximately $2.4 million over the next five years.
GDOT will be able to utilize a suite of workflow improvement tools designed to reduce initial and ongoing costs to the program, including: a data collection and validation tool, an expedited service portal and an IAMS feedback tool.
Iteris’ deployment of the software solution to support the ITS Maintenance Program follows the prior successful delivery of the Iteris asset management services, part of the ClearMobility™ Platform, for city and state agencies nationwide.
Iteris and DTS have created an expedited service portal application that allows network operations center (NOC) and traffic management center (TMC) personnel to quickly detect and report field device outages while ensuring they are not issuing multiple service requests for the same device. Using drop-down menus and quick-view device status information from the network monitoring system, NOC and TMC staff can report down devices in as few as three mouse clicks.
Work on the new IAMS and NOC support, as well as the initial inventory of field assets, will commence immediately.
The ClearMobility Platform is the most complete solution for continuously monitoring, visualizing and optimizing mobility infrastructure around the world to help ensure that roads are safe, travel is efficient, and communities thrive. The ClearMobility Platform applies cloud computing, artificial intelligence, advanced sensors, advisory services and managed services to achieve safe, efficient and sustainable mobility.