Marco Leijssen, head of strategy and innovation for Jenoptik Traffic Solutions
will set the industry alight at the ITS World Congress Copenhagen when it presents its new competencies that will address new markets. The company captures, analyses and acts against public safety threats, such as serious organised crime and border control violations, using real-time predictive data analysis. Its expertise extends to toll enforcement.
As Marco Leijssen, head of strategy and innovation for Jenoptik Traffic Solutions, points out, people’s mobility needs are increasing around the world. “Infrastructure is being continuously expanded, and road traffic is increasing. The reason that Jenoptik remains at the forefront of the industry is that we have developed and evolved, not just to meet, but to anticipate this fast-changing industry. The roll-out of our new capabilities in a challenging free-flow toll enforcement project, along with the highly integrated solutions that will underpin it, will demonstrate that we are still driving the industry forward and leading from the front. Visitors to the event in Copenhagen will be able to see and explore this when we unveil a whole new dimension to our business."
Currently, Jenoptik employs nearly 3,700 people worldwide and is one of the leading solution providers for public safety with a focus on traffic law enforcement, civil security and, lately, free-flow toll enforcement.
In an increasingly digital world, Jenoptik says its solutions are fully capable of detecting and deterring potential threats in real time. The company’s global experience is based on more than 30,000 delivered systems worldwide, end-to-end proven technologies, as well as local know-how supported by a strong partner network in more than 80 countries.