Is your transportation agency ready for the future?

As America’s cities look to become smarter, it is important that they consider where regional transportation will fit into their smart city plans. Among the many challenges that public transportation agencies face – from economic and social, to environmental and safety – the most pressing is the need to increase ridership while maintaining high safety standards and controlling costs.

Like almost every other facet of life today, technology promises to transform all transportation services including providing digital video surveillance and revealing new performance insights from big data analysis. With so many promising IoT solutions in the market today, it can be difficult to discern which has tangible benefits for your agency.

Envigilant Systems™ can guide you there

For Transportation Agencies in North America, Envigilant Systems has a specialized team and engineering capabilities to build integrated solutions addressing key business issues of public safety, rider confidence and operational efficiency. Backed by 30+ years’ experience, Envigilant Systems offers security-focused IoT solutions to drive business growth and operational excellence.

Envigilant Systems offers field-proven transportation-focused solutions that are easy to use and shown to decrease operational costs with no increase in IT resources. Solutions are available to monitor passenger safety, mitigate accident risk, improve rider experience and track assets. Our secure IoT platform will enable real-time analytics and machine learning applications such as predictive maintenance.

Making Measurable Impact

Envigilant Systems is solving the top areas of concern for transportation agencies and helping them to move into the future.

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