TAC-2014 OTSS Launch

Persen Technologies Inc. (PERSENTECH) will be presenting its latest innovation, the Otto Travel Study Solution (OTSS), at the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) conference and exhibition in Montreal, Quebec.

Otto Travel Study Solution (OTSS) enables better decision making in transportation planning using richer data from multi-modal data sources. OTSS also allows consultants and practitioners to automate the travel survey process and provides a capability to do better research with better outcomes using more reliable and accurate data collection and data management methods.

Stop by our booth for a demonstration and presentation of OTSS.

  • Sunday September 28th: 17:00 to 20:00
  • Monday September 29th: 11:00 to 16:00
  • Tuesday September 30th: 08:00 to 16:00

Booth 502
Palais de Congrès de Montréal
1001 place Jean-Paul Riopelle
Montréal Halls 220BC

TRB-2015 OTSS Demo

Persen Technologies Inc. (PERSENTECH) will be exhibiting and presenting the Otto Travel Study Solution (OTSS) at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) conference and exhibition in Washington, D.C, U.S.A., from January 11-15, 2015.

OTSS includes a family of Otto-branded logging devices, smartphone applications, and a centralized data repository. The OTSS automated solution complements or replaces many of the traditional labour-based methods. In addition to increased productivity, the use of OTSS delivers many benefits including: enriched data quality; reduction of participant burden; multi-day data collection; the ability to study more in-depth aspects of travel behavior and transportation alternatives; and the optimization of sample size and survey costs.

Stop by our booth for a demonstration and presentation of OTSS.

  • Sunday January 11: 16:00 to 19:00
  • Monday January 12: 9:30 to 16:00
  • Tuesday January 13: 9:30 to 16:00

Booth 774
Walter E. Washington Convention Centre
801 Mount Vernon Pl, NW
Washington, D.C. 20001

OttoView and Older Driver Research

PERSENTECH’s products are based on years of transport and road safety research that present and capture information in a reliable, easy to use, and affordable manner.

Candrive deployed the OttoView devices in 2008 for a study monitoring the driving behaviour of older adults (greater than 70 years of age) in conjunction with the overall health of the participants. The study is now in its fifth year collecting millions of kilometers of data with research cohorts across Canada, Australia-New Zealand, and in the U.S.A. Please refer to the list ofreference papers for sample manuscripts that have been submitted to peer-reviewed publications.

You can also also view the following video from the AUTO21- NCE Video Contest.

European Patent Awarded

The patent relates to a vehicle warning system that responds to the speed and position of a vehicle as determined by Global Positioning System (GPS) or other location based system information to alert a vehicle operator of potentially unsafe conditions when either exceeding the speed limit on a given road segment, or when approaching coordinates of a designated location alert point. The system includes a remote server having a segmented database to provide updates and personalization functionality.

This is PERSENTECH’s™ first issued patent in Europe and augments the company’s™ USPTO patent and its registered trademarks in its brand development of the Otto® devices and software applications including Otto-Driving Companion®, OttoLog®, OttoLink, OttoView, OttoMobile, and OttoFleet.

OttoFleet Management System Release Date Announced

The OttoFleet Management System (OFMS), an entry-level system for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) will be launched on September 1, 2011. The OFMS is targeted SMEs who require the use of vehicles to conduct their business and who must account for the safety of the drivers, the vehicle usage for expense reporting, and the bottom line enterprise profitability.

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