Increased efficiency, passenger safety, and cost-effective, integrated systems are some of the mandates demanded in today’s highly developed transportation technologies.
Systems that utilize information processing such as Intelligent Transportation Systems, Dynamic Message Signs, Amber Alerts, Flight Arrival/Departure Displays, Rail Signals and Switches use Perle to monitor and manage smooth data transmissions. The advanced technologies used provide real-time diagnostics, lower installations costs, improve route performance and enhance rider experience.
This is what our Transportation Customers say:
Routing VoIP calls over disused copper cabling enables crisp, clear telephone calls.
Cisco recommended Perle Console Servers to operate an Air-to-Ground (ATG) 4G LTE In-flight Broadband Network
Industrial Switches reliably network all smart parking meters on the Estate
Industrial Ethernet Extenders to bridge copper distance limitations for hardware beyond 328ft.
This unique solution fulfilled distance requirements without loss of bandwidth.
To reduce congestion and improve traffic management, Perle IOLAN Device Servers eased deployment of VMS while avoiding hard line construction costs.
Perle Serial Cards enable communication with video monitors to provide passengers and staff with current train departure times.
Perle’s dial-in solution allowed logistics customers’ suppliers to check warehouse stock levels. It also give IT staff remote access to the AS/400 and provide office-based employees with Internet access from the LAN.
Perle IOLAN Device Servers consolidated video, Ethernet and serial traffic controllers across one Ethernet fiber.
The City IP-enables existing traffic control devices, such as variable message signs, signal controllers, roadside sensors, lane control signals, to interface with the new ATMS and Ethernet-based traffic equipment. This way the City avoided costly equipment replacement & leveraged their initial traffic control equipment investment.
Other clients in the Utilities Industry:
Using Serial to Ethernet
Using Fiber Media Converters
Using I/O Device Servers
Using Power over Ethernet