Telent to exhibit latest traffic capabilities at JCT event in Nottingham

Telent will be attending the JCT Traffic Signal Symposium & Exhibition on 14th and 15th September in Nottingham to exhibit its solutions for the traffic industry, including intelligent monitoring and data gathering.

Chris Noonan, Business Development Manager, and Rob Harding, Traffic Engineering Manager, alongside Richard Gibson of Integrated Design Techniques (IDT), will meet with customers and prospective clients at Nottingham Trent University to discuss our latest solutions and contract wins.

Telent will display the Optima Hub - a web based, modular Intelligent Transport System (ITS) which integrates data from multiple sources and presents it in a simple, easy to digest format. Data can be gathered from a range of assets including CCTV, air quality and bus priority assets, and remotely monitored traffic signal controllers.

Optima Hub is currently deployed with 18 Local Authorities and on trial at 7 more across the UK.

"We’re really looking forward to meeting the other exhibitors and attendees to demonstrate the ways we can help improve traffic signal operations up and down the country with Telent’s experience and expertise. Meeting our current customers and partners at the event will be a real treat too as we showcase the integrated IDT part of the business for the first time at an event."

- Chris Noonan, Business Development Manager at Telent

The acquisition of smart city and intelligent transport specialist IDT (Integrated Design Techniques) in April this year bolstered Telent’s capabilities, such as offering cost savings to customers by deploying mesh networks to operate multiple traffic junctions from just one leased line.

For 27 years the JCT Symposium and exhibition has been bringing traffic signal practitioners together with manufacturers and to maintain a sense of community amongst signals engineers. For more information, visit:

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