National Telematics Systems Group Grows Into Telematica Concern

National Telematics Systems Group Grows Into Telematica Concern

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The National Telematic Systems Group has completed the main stage of business restructuring. In conjunction with the introduction of the corporate management system, NTS rebranded and from now on will be called Telematica Concern.

Since its establishment in 2015, National Telematics Systems has come a long way from a small company to a large industrial concern, providing a full cycle of development and production in the field of intelligent transport systems.

Today, Telematica is a key player on the international market in the segment of transport monitoring systems. The geography of the company's successful projects covers the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), South-East Asia, and Latin America.

Today, Telematica is a group of dozens of companies that provide the full development and production cycle of information and telecommunication technologies and intelligent solutions for road and rail transport. In general, the group of companies has implemented 1,500 projects since its inception.

The group corporation owns its own highly intelligent research laboratories and testing facilities, production sites for microelectronic products and equipment for “smart roads,” service and integration divisions.

Telematica is not going to stop at the achieved results. The company is announcing a new stage in its development, during which it intends to continue introducing intelligent transportation systems both at home and in foreign countries.

“Under the new brand, the company will continue to implement intelligent transport systems both in Russia and expansion into foreign markets. We are open to the development of new directions and invite market participants for partner cooperation,” said Telematica’s representatives.

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