With over 14 Years of experience in various industries,Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Co., Ltd. (FETC) is awarded by Taiwanese Government to build and operate the Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) System for the nationwide freeways, and is responsible for the Taiwan ETC total solution, including front-end and back-end systems as well as business model, from planning, designing, building, testing, and operation.
Metro Infrasys partnered with FETC as a Solution Partner for Electronic Toll Collection.
Microsoft Corporation India is one of the fastest growing subsidiaries of Microsoft Corporation, the worldwide leader in software, services, and solutions. The Microsoft India has picked up greatly in the new millennium, and has grown steadily since then. Now, as India takes its place as a leader in the global knowledge economy, Microsoft continues to be an active partner in the country’s growth.
ITS technology of IBM solutions is designed to address the needs of customers operating within traffic and transit management. These solutions help to reduce traffic congestion, to improve flow and accelerate incident response. The Metro Transportation Management Center based on IBM IOC, integrates cutting-edge ITS technologies with ready-to-deploy solutions. This assists in maximizing the network capacity and minimizing the impact of incidents.
The successful collaboration between Metro and IBM has created remarkable results, such as the Bangalore Airport Road. An Intelligent Control Center is in place here, covered by a network of roadside devices. There are 6 Toll plazas with 56 lanes, over a stretch of 183 Km, all of which benefit from IBM’s expertise in using ITS solutions.
C-DAC is a leading Indian company in Information Technology (IT). It creates forces in emerging technologies and leverages its expertise by deploying IT products and solutions for various economic sectors. Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is the premier R&D organization of the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Ministry of Communications & Information Technology (MCIT) for carrying out R&D in IT, Electronics and associated areas.
A unique technology of adaptive Traffic Control has been developed in partnership with C-DAC. The system was specially engineered to target and solve heterogeneous driving conditions. The jointly developed product, “advanced video sensor”, provides live traffic feed to the controller, whilst simultaneously connecting them to the master, through wireless methods.
Over the last several years C&S has been associated with the introduction of the newest technologies in the field of power management solutions in India – and it is this culture of innovation and excellence that has made C&S amongst the most trusted and preferred brands in our field both in India and globally. Our ability to be close to our customers and be flexible to their requirements is what has allowed us to punch above our size, despite operating in a market dominated by global giants.