17.10.2018

ISS is entering the Indonesian market

ISS is a recognized international expert of integrated security systems. Currently the company is entering the Indonesian market and is embarking on projects in the field of "Smart City", monitoring of road and transport infrastructure, as well as road traffic safety.

Significant competences and more than 20 years of experience in innovative developments of the company have widely proven themselves in more than 50 countries around the world. You can get acquainted with ISS solutions at the specialized exhibition, called Intertraffic Indonesia 2018, from October 31 to November 2 in Jakarta.

Intertraffic is the largest exhibition brand in the security equipment and technology development as well as road and transportation infrastructure. This year Intertraffic also comes to Indonesia. The project originated through cooperation of RAI Amsterdam and the British media group Tarsus Group.

Intertraffic Indonesia 2018 will accelerate the much-needed growth of the country’s transport sector and provide new business and investment opportunities for the local and global transport industry. The exhibition will link Indonesian, and ASEAN specialists with international best practices and innovations aimed at supporting the government’s strategy to drive growth through investment in priority infrastructure.

Douglas Emsley, Managing Director of Tarsus Group

Advanced solutions for improving road safety and freight accounting automating will be presented at the ISS booth:

  • Automatic traffic violations detection systems;
  • Under vehicle surveillance system;
  • Remote visual inspection and registration of ISO-containers.

Visit us at the stand #D716 at Intertraffic Indonesia 2018, from October 31 to November 2 at the Jakarta Exhibition Complex – JIExpo (Jakarta International Expo, 1st floor Pusat Niaga Building Arena PRJ Kemayoran, Jakarta)

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