Highways

Change traffic with one intelligent communications network

You can change traffic. Supporting IP-based applications and mission-critical services on a single intelligent communications network helps you reduce cost and improve efficiency and safety. And you can do it while leveraging your current infrastructure. By evolving into a truly intelligent transportation system (ITS), you can ensure on-time, safe, and connected journeys.

 

Keep traffic on time

Real-time monitoring and control systems let you reduce travel time for drivers – and lower pollution levels – while making your operations more efficient.

 

Keep traffic safe

Make highways safer for workers and travelers alike with closed-circuit TV and always-on communications across the entire highway network.

 

Keep traffic connected

Know when your journey will end. Get real-time information on traffic jams, roadwork, alternate transport, and weather conditions, and deliver it over the media that drivers and passengers use every day.


Solutions

See how our solutions can help you ensure on-time, safe, and connected journeys.

Converged IP/MPLS Network for Highways

A converged packet-based communication network offers more flexibility while reducing cost and maintaining security.

Agile Optical Network and Microwave Packet Radio for Highways

A wavelength division multiplexing optical communication network helps you introduce new applications and services.


Spotlights

Connected Cars – use case for Mobile Edge Computing

Connected cars can improve road safety, but they need ultra-low latency for communications. See how LTE network and Mobile Edge Computing can be used for V2V and V2I communications.

Highways Agency, England
Deploying an IP/MPLS and ultra-broadband communications network for England’s motorways
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Transform your network to power IP CCTV
Build a mission-critical communications network.
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IP/MPLS networks for highways
Create infrastructures for highly available mission-critical communications.
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