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Case Studies

  • US Public Transit Enjoys Benefits of an Integrated Intercom System

    US Public Transit Enjoys Benefits of an Integrated Intercom System

    A US public transit system planned to upgrade its analog intercom systems to IP. In order to build up a fully integrated system, the intercom company collaborated with EtherWAN on the project, from...
  • EtherWAN Helps Southeast Asian Railway Upgrade IP Surveillance

    EtherWAN Helps Southeast Asian Railway Upgrade IP Surveillance

    A major international rail line stretches nearly 2,000 kilometers through Southeast Asia. Built in the early 20th century, the railway surveillance system was comprised of legacy communication...
  • Successful Migration from Analog to Digital Video Traffic Surveillance

    Successful Migration from Analog to Digital Video Traffic Surveillance

    The advantages of traffic surveillance cameras have become broadly acknowledged over the past several decades, and seeing multiple video cameras at a single intersection is now common in major cities...
  • EtherWAN to Enhance the Traffic Flow Management in Asia

    EtherWAN to Enhance the Traffic Flow Management in Asia

    In Asia, traffic congestion has greatly increased because of the high population density and large number of automobiles. Thus, implementing ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) to improve the...
  • The World's Largest Transit Counts on EtherWAN for IP-based PA Systems

    The World's Largest Transit Counts on EtherWAN for IP-based PA Systems

    A massive transportation system in the U.S. moves millions of passengers daily across its almost 500 stations. With safety as a priority, passengers must have access to up-to-the-minute information,...
  • Unlocking Urban Traffic Grids with Intelligent Transportation Systems

    Unlocking Urban Traffic Grids with Intelligent Transportation Systems

    Placentia, CA USA anyone who lives in a major metropolitan area and commutes to work knows the roadways are extremely crowded and getting more so every day, during morning and evening commute time...

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