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Iteris delivers Connected Communities Infrastructure with Cisco’s support

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Iteris, Inc., a global leader in applied informatics for transportation, announced that Cisco will now support Iteris detection solutions as part of Cisco’s Connected Communities Infrastructure solution. The Cisco Connected Communities Infrastructure solution officially launched at the Cisco Live conference in San Diego, California.

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Iteris will demonstrate the power of Iteris' Vantage Next video detection platform with Cisco's advanced networking and software capabilities at the Cisco IoT Connected Communities Village within Cisco Live. In-booth demonstrations will highlight the seamless connectivity and high-definition analysis of multimodal data from vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians to improve traffic flow and reduce congestion.

“The combination of Iteris' progressive video detection systems and Cisco's industry-leading networking and software capabilities will transform how data from traffic moving through signalised intersections is collected and analysed,” said Todd Kreter, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Roadway Sensors at Iteris. “With Iteris' expertise in bringing enhanced connectivity to signalized intersections and Cisco's delivery of next-generation edge analytics, this partnership will simultaneously address current transportation challenges and advance multimodal safety technology across our nation's roadways.”

In January 2019, Iteris announced a new focus to promote the analysis of traffic data through the Cisco Kinetic platform. This included the integration of Cisco communication systems into current and future projects, ensuring its mutual customers have the most secure and reliable communication infrastructure for their end-to-end transportation systems.

Additionally, Iteris has certified that by integrating Cisco hardware and software at the edge, the Iteris intersection-as-a-service offering supports advanced capabilities for edge processing, as well as larger data sets and connected vehicles applications.


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