André Laux (left) and Soren Tellegen of Kapsch display the transponders
Kapsch TrafficCom Australia Pty Ltd announced at the ITS World Congress that it had reached agreement with Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) in New South Wales, for the supply of electronic transponders. Over a potential five-year period, the contract has an approximate value of AUS$24 million (15 million EUR).
“This contract reflects the successes Kapsch has had over 20 years in Australia,” said executive vice president Oceania, Soren Tellegen.
“We installed the world’s first multilane free-flow system here on the Melbourne City Link in 1997 and since then we have continued to develop a reputation for delivering quality products that meet the highest levels of performance and value.”
Kapsch will deliver the latest in tolling transponder technology, its TRP 4010 transponder has been proven in demanding applications including highspeed multi-lane free-flow, congested and stop-and-go traffic environments.
“Australia is an advanced technology market, where road authorities and state departments recognise the significance and possibilities of intelligent mobility and transportation solutions.
"Kapsch is proud to deliver our latest said André Laux, chief operating officer at Kapsch TrafficCom.