Saskatoon, SK - February 24, 2016 - International Road Dynamics Inc. (IRD) will be exhibiting at the 2016 International Scientific and Training Conference (ISTC 2016) from February 25-26, in Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan. IRD will be presenting the VectorSense™ tire sensor suite, a new in-road sensor technology that provides vehicle position and individual tire footprint data for use in traffic data collection programs, Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO), and toll road operations.
ISTC 2016 features a vivid exhibition of recent developments in the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) sphere, offering some of the best examples of integration of different solutions and standalone products. ISTC 2016 aims to share the results of research and deployment of various ITS-related systems. The Conference will be attended by leading specialists and experts of ministries, commercial organizations, scientific institutions of Russia and foreign countries, including the USA, Austria, England, Germany, Finland, the Czech Republic, Yemen, Mexico, Israel, Turkey, Iran, Angola, India, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus.
Rish Malhotra, IRD Vice President, International Business, will be a speaker on "ITS and Road Infrastructure". His speech, VectorSense technology for Enhanced Traffic Information, Safety, and Roadway Design, will be presented in the February 25th session at 14:15.
If you would like more information about IRD's traffic systems and products, please contact Rish Malhotra at Tel: 306-653-6600 or at e-mail: email@example.com or visit our web site at www.irdinc.com.
IRD is a highway traffic management technology company specializing in supplying products and systems to the global Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) industry. IRD is a North American company based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada with sales and service offices throughout the United States and overseas. Private corporations, transportation agencies and highway authorities around the world use IRD's products and advanced systems to manage and protect their highway infrastructures.