TrafficWerks by Opto 22

Original Equipment Manufacturer TrafficWerksUses Opto 22 SNAP Ultimate I/O™ in Toll BoothMonitoring and Data Acquisition Systems

03/01/2005


Original Equipment Manufacturer TrafficWerks Uses Opto 22 SNAP Ultimate I/O™ in Toll Booth Monitoring and Data Acquisition Systems agency, including the Advanced Toll Payment Machine (ATPM).

TrafficWerks has embedded Opto 22 SNAP Ultimate I/O hardware as the key component in this product. The ATPM allows a cash-paying toll road customer to conveniently pay the cost of the toll— using paper currency, coin, or a combination of both—and receive change from the value deposited. The ATPM can also print a receipt of the transaction and even has the ability to accept credit and debit cards for toll payment. TrafficWerks Systems, Inc. is a provider of Web-based traffic and road use information to local and federal government agencies as well as private and public companies involved in traffic engineering and management. Early on, TrafficWerks identified an extraordinary need for cheap, ubiquitous, relevant, and reliable data relating to everyday traffic-related activities and field operations. But the company also recognized the complexity often required to retrieve, format, and present this data. As it sought to address these issues, TrafficWerks began developing hardware and service offerings, in the process, applying a philosophy of using open and standard technologies.

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