SOURCE: HELP Incorporated

HELP Incorporated

November 29, 2011 08:00 ET

360SmartView: New Offering From HELP Incorporated Empowers Enforcement Officials

PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - Nov 29, 2011) - HELP Incorporated (HELP) announced the release of 360SmartView, a new cloud-based, truck-sorting system for roadside weigh stations and mobile enforcement. A core, in-station offering, 360SmartView provides state enforcement officials with a single and complete view of each truck's safety and compliance status, enabling them to make selection decisions based on a 360-view of each vehicle.

"Current, complete and correct data on safety, credentials, tax payment and drivers is one critical element of making the best truck selection decisions," said Richard A. Clasby, president and CEO of HELP. "Our system augments CVIEW with data from more than 90 state sources not currently reporting to CVIEW, to present roadside officers with a complete view of every vehicle passing through their inspection process."

360SmartView can be deployed at fixed, staffed inspection facilities; at remote, unstaffed locations and be accessed by officers assigned to mobile enforcement. In each instance, an automated query provides the enforcement officials with an integrated response for truck inspection selection. Data are logged in a warehouse from which enforcement-focused analytics deliver information that can be used for audit and compliance targeting.

Clasby added, "While our current system utilizes roadside cameras that read license plates and U.S. DOT numbers to identify the vehicles, state enforcement agencies need not worry about future technology changes. Our cloud-based system can accommodate alternative technologies that may some day be feasible, including transponders included in all new vehicles to smartphones."

360SmartView has been developed for HELP by ACS, a Xerox Company, and was selected as one of six projects nationally for Microsoft's Azure TAP program. The core system can be integrated with other roadside hardware including laser dimensioning, weigh-in-motion devices and thermal imaging. Software interfaces may include TraCS, Iteris' INSPECT and ASPEN.

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About HELP Incorporated

HELP Incorporated (HELP) is transportation's premier, not-for-profit, public-private partnership. Its mission is to improve highway safety and efficiency. HELP ensures its initiatives benefit the public and private sectors through a board comprised of an equal number of public officials and commercial vehicle operators. HELP provides each state with control over its service offerings to accommodate each jurisdiction's unique needs, staffing and enforcement priorities. HELP's investment of more than $400 million has sped the deployment of ITS and has improved safety, air quality and highway preservation.

HELP's mainline screening service electronically has processed more than 470 million weigh station events as of October 2011, saving carriers more than 188 million gallons of fuel. Based on Environmental Protection Agency data, HELP's mainline screening has reduced emissions by at least 415 thousand metric tons, the equivalent of more than 22 thousand U.S. households.

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About ACS - A Xerox Company

Affiliated Computer Services (ACS), a Xerox company, is a premier provider of diversified business process outsourcing and information technology services and solutions to commercial and government clients worldwide.

ACS' industry groups support a wealth of clients in the communications, education, energy, financial services, government, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, retail, travel, and transportation industries. BPO services include administration; finance and accounting; human resources; payment services; sales, marketing, and customer care; and supply chain management. IT offerings include applications solutions; data center management; disaster recovery; end-user computing; network management; security services; storage solutions; technology review, assessment, and planning; and transition services for human resources.

ACS is a part of Xerox's $22 billion global enterprise with 130,000 employees serving clients in 160 countries.

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