CMRS Devices Can Be Used as Transponders

July 23, 2013 FMCSA announces that Commercial Mobile Radio Services (CMRS) network devices can be used as transponders for the purposes of CVISN electronic screening truck inspection and weigh station bypass systems. CMRS network devices such as smartphones, tablets, fleet management systems, global positioning system (GPS) navigational units, and onboard telematics devices (referred to collectively

CMRS Transponders Officially Accepted by the FMCSA

April 24, 2013 Today, the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration issued a policy memo that Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS) Transponders are accepted as meeting the interpretation of transponder for core CVISN compliance under Section 4126 of SAFETEA – LU.   First introduced by Drivewyze, through its product Drivewyze PreClear, CMRS Transponders in the electronic screening

IIS Welcomes David Binder

April 24, 2013 Intelligent Imaging Systems is pleased to announce that Lt. Colonel David Binder (retired), former Deputy Director of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement division of the Florida Department of Transportation, has joined Intelligent Imaging Systems in the role of Director, Transportation Solutions. Read more about David.

MDOT Hosts Smart Roadside Demonstration

January 18, 2011 At the invitation of Mississippi DOT (MDOT), agencies from multiple states visited the Orange Grove weigh station in Mississippi to witness a demonstration of MDOT’s recently installed Smart Roadside electronic screening systems. The demonstrations included both a fixed screening system installed at the weigh station and a mobile unit installed in a

Mississippi DOT Demonstrates IIS Smart Roadside System

December 9, 2010 The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) held a press conference on December 4, 2010  on U.S. 49 South in Richland to demonstrate the implementation of IIS’ Smart Roadside System equipment. The system is recommended by the federal government to screen commercial vehicles, allowing enforcement officers to focus on carriers with low safety

New Mexico’s Department of Public Safety Recognized by ITS America

August 10, 2010 New Mexico’s Department of Public Safety has been recognized for its use of Intelligent Imaging System’s Smart Roadside Inspection program. The Intelligent Transportation Society (ITS) America selected the Motor Transport Police Division as finalist in the Innovative Practices category of the 2010 Best of ITS Awards. “Smart Roadside brings the power of

New Mexico Deploys Smart Roadside Program to Improve Efficiency

May 1, 2010 New Mexico’s Department of Public Safety Motor Transport Division has begun deploying a statewide Smart Roadside Program to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its roadside operations. Smart Roadside is Intelligent Imaging Systems Inc’s. revolutionary Smart Roadside Inspection System. Read the CVSA Guardian article here.

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