Q-FREE – ATMS ORDER IN THE US – NOK 15 MILLION
Trondheim/Oslo 8 January 2015: Q-Free Open Roads has been awarded an Advanced Transportation Management Systems (ATMS) contract in the US at a value of NOK 15 million for West Virginia Division of Highways (WVDOH). The contract duration is to December 2016.
-We are proud to see WVDOH continues to retain Q-Free Open Roads who deployed the initial statewide ATMS - the backbone of the West Virginia ITS program since 2008, says CEO Thomas Falck in Q-Free.
The collaborative effort between Q-Free Open Roads and WVDOH has resulted in West Virginia becoming a US national leader in ITS with many successful initiatives.
-Statewide 511 Travelers Information - “Know Before You Go” travelers information web site, “Drive Safe” mobile application, and an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) telephone system.
-More than twenty police 911 system integrations providing “real time” incident information.
-Video Analytics, providing automatic incident detection reducing the workload of operators.
-Truck Parking Guidance that incorporates the Q-Free TCS parking technology giving the Trucking Industry “real-time” access to available rest area truck parking.
-Automated Incident Management providing operators recommended incident response plans per a Rules Based Engine specifically configured to follow standard procedures.
For further information, please contact:
CEO Thomas Falck, cell: +47 468 00 767
CFO Roar Østbø, cell: +47 932 45 175
Q-Free is a leading global supplier of products and solutions within Road User Charging and Advanced Transportation Management Systems. The Q-Free Group has approximately 400 employees with offices in 17 countries and presence on all continents. The Q-Free head office is in Trondheim, Norway. Q-Free is listed on Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker QFR.