KritiKal would be extensively promoting TRAZER® Service at the exhibition. TRAZER® Service is a unique offering by KritiKal Solutions where experienced and trained team of KritiKal conducts traffic surveys for customers starting from collecting video data to generating extensive reports. Several years of exposure to TRAZER® technology development and testing has not only evolved the software into a powerful, robust and stable solution but has also resulted in a team within KritiKal which is well trained to use the system optimally. With TRAZER® Service, we offer this unique experience so that customers need not worry about video cameras and recording set up, software configuration, resource planning, resource training and other details.
TRAZER® (Traffic AnalyZer and EnumeratoR) is a video based software technology that helps in collecting useful traffic data. It caters to both heterogeneous and homogeneous traffic scenarios of developing as well as developed nations. TRAZER® provides accurate and audit-able traffic data perfect for all traffic conditions. With excellent support and flexible models for service, customization and sales, TRAZER® is revolutionizing traffic data collection and analysis.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Dipinder Sekhon, Director, Planning and Strategy said, “This expo is a great platform for us to meet potential customers and collaborators, and jointly address nation’s needs related to traffic data collection, highway/road safety and enforcement.”
Connect with KritiKal at Traffic InfraTech 2012:
Industry Professionals are welcome to stop by the KritiKal booth to see the latest products from KritiKal.
Date: Thu, May 17th – Sat, May 19th
Venue: Stall no. A 26, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai
About Kritkal: KritiKal is a technology design house focused on Embedded System Design and Real Time Computer Vision and Imaging Solutions. Its expertise lies in System Architectural design & development right from requirements stage to market ready products. We have an impressive portfolio of product designs using FPGAs ; 8bit to 32 bit microprocessors;