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Announcement: City of Pomona Partners with McCain to Upgrade Central Management System
     
  QuicNetâ„¢ Pro software expands citywide operations by bringing traffic control online in a single location  
 
 

VISTA, CA - July 10, 2012 - McCain Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of intelligent transportation systems, traffic control equipment and parking guidance solutions, today announced the completion of a QuicNet Pro 2.0 central control software upgrade project with the City of Pomona.

McCain provided an upgrade to QuicNet Pro central software in order to bring the majority of the city's traffic signals online in a single, central location. The project included a QuicNet Pro software upgrade, an Information Exchange Network (IEN) site server, and Command Data Interface (CDI) at the City of Pomona's traffic management center. The upgrade to QuicNet Pro 2.0 central control establishes a solid foundation to begin transforming and advancing the city's transportation infrastructure.

"At a time when everyone is being asked to do more with less, it makes sense to simplify processes by bringing a city's transportation management online in a single location," said Lakshmi Kurada, ITS project manager for McCain Inc. "Our QuicNet software offers more than the single interface everyone recognizes it for. It really is a starting place for citywide expansion, truly helping streamline efforts while yielding cross-jurisdictional communication."

The upgrade also allows the City of Pomona to establish a connection with the Los Angeles County IEN system. This cross-jurisdictional communication access will afford Pomona the ability to monitor Los Angeles County traffic signals, providing a means for better regional arterial coordination and incident management.

McCain's QuicNet Pro central control solution is an Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) designed to monitor and manage complete traffic control systems from a single, central interface. Central control technology like QuicNet Pro allows for future, comprehensive expandability, offering users the ability to build and develop on infrastructural needs as they become desired or required. McCain has deployed more than 175 installations of QuicNet Pro software, spanning over 40,000 intersections.

About McCain Inc.

McCain Inc., now celebrating its 25th anniversary, is a leading provider of intelligent transportation solutions. Founded in 1987, McCain has maintained a steadfast focus on utilizing advanced technologies and top-quality products to promote urban mobility and reduce congestion for the cities of today and tomorrow. As a vertically integrated company, McCain's products are produced at state-of-the-art North American facilities, totaling 300,000 square feet between the United States and Mexico.

McCain is a pioneer in advanced traffic control equipment, intelligent transportation systems, and parking guidance. To learn more, visit www.mccain-inc.com.

           

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