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ICx Technologies wins Hawaii contract

Posted on September 5, 2008

  

ICx Technologies, a technology and sensor company focused on the detection, security, and transportation markets, has been awarded a $4.25 million, task-order-based contract to provide system manager services to the Oahu District of the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT).

ICx Transportation will assist HDOT in all aspects of its Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) deployment. Services will include ITS planning, support for implementation, and system integration. The initial focus of HDOT's ITS program includes traveler information, transportation management, emergency management and management support of the recently awarded Freeway Service Patrol Program. HDOT will employ a range of technologies to meet its program needs, including field detection, state-of-art public information dissemination and transportation-management systems.

Work on the program began in July 2008 and is expected to continue through 2012.

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