Company Overview of TransCore, LP
TransCore, LP provides technology-based products and services that enable clients to manage ground transportation systems, assets, and transactions in North America. It offers electronic toll systems using the radio frequency identification technology; and TransSuite, a traffic management system. The company’s products include Interagency Group (IAG) protocol standard onboard unit, a RFID tag suitable for electronic toll collection and traffic management applications; eZGo Anywhere, which offer national interoperability allowing a motorist to use one tag as they move from state to state or from one toll region to the next; eZGo Anywhere high occupancy toll/high occupancy vehicle Onboard Unit...
150 4th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37219
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for TransCore, LP
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Technical Officer and Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President of Transportation Systems & Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
TransCore, LP Key Developments
TransCore Wins $30 Million, 3-Year Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles Customer Service Center Technology Upgrade Contract
Aug 14 13
After a competitive bid process, TransCore was awarded a $30 million, three-year base term contract with multiple extension options to update and expand the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and E-ZPass(R) Customer Service Centers. The system will be installed in parallel with the existing service center operations while relocating to a new DMV facility in downtown Dover. Project completion is expected by first quarter 2014.
TransCore, LP Wins $34 Million Contract to Design and Build I-66 Active Traffic Management System
Feb 14 13
Virginia Department of Transportation selected TransCore, LP, a unit of Roper Industries, to design and build its I-66 Active Traffic Management system on Northern Virginia's main highway into the District of Columbia. The $34 million contract is 90% federally funded and will support 34 miles of highway from the District of Columbia to Gainesville US-29 in Prince William County. The project is scheduled to be operational by the fall of 2014. The system will use such techniques as lane control signal systems, adaptive ramp metering, enhanced detection and camera systems, lane management systems, and queue warning systems. Active traffic management systems have been used throughout Europe for the last decade, but this is a relatively new concept in the United States. Benefits of the I-66 ATM system for motorists include: Dynamic message and lane control signing advising motorists on incidents and delays by providing direction on lanes that are usable, and guidance on merging traffic; Expanded use of shoulder lanes regardless of time of day in response to incidents and to manage traffic; Improved monitoring of the roadway to provide quicker response by transportation, safety and law enforcement personnel.
New Doha International Airport Deploys TransCore's RFID-Based Access Control Technology
Nov 19 12
TransCore was selected by Amana-Walbridge Joint Venture to design, implement, and maintain through June 2017 a state-of-the-art, radio frequency identification based parking and car/bus terminal access control system for authorized staff of the New Doha International Airport Authority. TransCore is providing and installing the system that will be operational in mid second quarter 2013. TransCore and its team members are providing a spectrum of advanced technologies and systems including: Low-cost automatic vehicle identification tags and high performance open road reader hardware. TransCore's next generation eGo(R) technology, featuring lower cost, battery-free sticker tag. TransCore's Encompass(R) 4 Readers (E4) are designed to ensure that the NDIA system can read vehicular transponders in a long range tag read, and are intended for gated parking applications. TransCore is also supplying the handheld Encompass 1 Reader (E1) which complements the work of the E4 readers in Taxi/Car automatic dispatch functionality required by the NDIA. Parking Management System. A complete parking management system with a centralized data management service, gate barriers, loop detectors, automatic number plate recognition cameras, and entry stations with proximity card readers. Taxi/Car Management Software. A comprehensive taxi/car dispatch system which relies on TransCore's wireless communications technology. The system provides monitoring, dispatching and virtual queuing capabilities. Bus Dispatch and Location System. A low cost in-vehicle real time GPS tracking and Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) incorporating the Web-based Next-Shuttle Software product. This includes a user-friendly dispatching module along with daily on-time performance monitoring, automatic passenger counting, and other real-time reporting data. This system also includes onboard display and announcement systems and a texting service option. The system will also include CCTV cameras for the purpose of real-time surveillance and security enforcement. Additional advanced capabilities of the system include real-time alerts based on RFID and/or ANPR validation to security personnel; automated carpark control using a combination of RFID, ANPR and Proximity cards with remote video intercom; fully redundant fiber network infrastructure; GPS/GPRS-based automatic vehicle location identification and dispatch; a bus priority system using RFID technology; and ramp-metering traffic management for the Airside bus terminal.
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