Kitchener, Ontario — Miovision, a leader in Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS), and the CT Group, a trusted provider of solutions for the traffic signal control and ITS markets, announced a partnership to make the Miovision TrafficLink ITS Platform available through the CT Group of distributors in 31 U.S. states.

“At the CT Group, we partner with some of the most forward-thinking, industry-leading manufacturers, so adding Miovision TrafficLink is a natural for us. As more cities aim to become data-driven smart cities, we see a growing opportunity to help our customers to not only see what’s happening at their intersections but also to be able to respond quickly. TrafficLink gives them that ability, helping them to better manage congestion and improve safety,” said Bill Brown, Vice President, CT Group

“Over its 38-year history, the CT Group has built an enviable reputation for outstanding customer service and support. CT’s strong experience and local presence will play a pivotal role in facilitating the adoption of our innovative solutions with their customers – helping them to solve their traffic management problems and improve citizen mobility,” said David Ganton, Director, Channels, Miovision.

The CT Group will offer the Miovision TrafficLink ITS product platform, a turnkey solution for remote traffic signal management and smart city solutions. It provides the entire range of solutions needed for a traffic team to collect, monitor, and understand their traffic signals. This includes a managed cellular connection, and tools for signal monitoring, video streaming, maintenance alerts, as well as traffic data insights.

With this new partnership, the CT Group is now the exclusive distributor for the TrafficLink ITS platform in: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming, and the District of Columbia.

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