Thermal Imaging Units are Keeping Roads Safe

December 22, 2008 Alberta’s Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Branch (CVEB) Thermal Imaging Unit in its first full year of operation scanned approximately 22,000 commercial vehicles, singling out 1,000 for closer inspection. Of those almost 90 % had to be taken off the road for immediate servicing. Read the OHS Canada article. Brakes comprised the largest percentage, about

IIS Attends the 2008 Annual CVSA Conference

September 10, 2008 Visit us in Winnipeg, MB at the 2008 CVSA Annual Conference (booth #12) where we will be demonstrating our solutions, including the mobile Thermal Imaging Inspection System(TIIS). CVSA is an international not-for-profit organization comprised of local, state, provincial, territorial and federal motor carrier safety officials and industry representatives from the United States,

IIS Featured in the Lacombe Globe

July 22, 2008 With a 98 per cent accuracy rate in identifying trucks with bad brakes, the Thermal Imaging Inspection System pays for itself when considering the equipment that is removed from the road. Read the full article.

IIS Delivers a Mobile Integrated Safety and Security Enforcement System

June 15, 2008 IIS delivers a Mobile Integrated Safety and Security Enforcement System (ISSES) to Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KTC). The mobile ISSES will allow KTC to meet both their Highway Patrol (HP) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) mandates. This new addition compliments KTC existing ISSES program, making the state of Kentucky a national leader

Edmonton Police Uses IIS Thermal Imaging to Detect Unsafe Vehicles

June 10, 2008 Edmonton police will be spending the next three days checking roads for unsafe commercial vehicles using IIS mobile Thermal Imaging Inspection System. Alberta is the first jurisdiction in Canada to use the technology, which allows instant detection of unsafe equipment on passing vehicles. Read the Edmonton Journal article.

IIS Presents at the Transportation Border Working Group Workshop

June 3, 2008 IIS was a presenter at the Transportation Border Working Group (TBWG) workshop held in Detroit, Mich. IIS featured the Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) as a new technology for data collection. The TBWG was formed in 2001 by Transport Canada and the U.S. Department of Transportation to increase the coordination between the

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