NEWMARKET, N.H., July 1 (UPI) -- U.S. company Holase announced the launch of its wireless traffic flow technology designed to address the evolving requirements of the first-responder market.
Holase, which debuted as a company at the end of June, announced the release of its trademarked Ultra Portable Traffic Management System.
The UPTMS is a portable traffic control technology with sensor systems that helps law enforcement and emergency responders manage traffic flow during emergencies situations.
"Holase is committed to developing cost effective products to improving the safety of law enforcement and other first responder agencies," Evan Bontemps, Holase chief executive officer, said in a statement.
"Our UPTMS solution -- the first to integrate intelligent fault resilient operations and sensor technologies into a compact and carry capable traffic management system -- helps the public safety agencies increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance public safety."