Intelligent Transportation Systems
Mobility and Systems Engineering
Technology Product Presentation
for Transportation Systems Management
Notice to Applicants
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is currently seeking information on:
- Roadside units (RSUs) devices used to facilitate communication between vehicles and transportation infrastructure and other devices by transferring data over Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) or a cellular data connection in accordance with the industry standards.
- On Board Units (OBUs) devices used to send necessary traffic information such as time, speed and the location of the vehicle and receive information from road side units or from other vehicles on the road through Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) or a cellular data connection in accordance with the industry standards.
- Appropriately-sized variable message signs to be utilized on arterials with constrained
Right of Way (ROW). The purpose of these signs is to display travel times (distance and
time). Signs should be mostly static with a dynamic travel time display.
- Traffic Signal Management System. An integrated software solution that has the
ability to remotely manage a Traffic Signal Systems or a single traffic signal independent of the
controller make and model.
- Travel time collection technologies on arterial roadways. These systems should
be able to re-identify individual users (vehicles) and be able to output an XML feed containing the
travel time information.
- Video Analytics or Video Automatic Incident Detection software. A software
solution that has the ability to automatically monitor Statewide CCTV cameras and to provide real
time incident detection alarms and management capabilities to Regional Traffic Monitoring centers
using existing infrastructure.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) has put an Intelligent Transportation Systems
(ITS) Technology Product Presentation process in place for presentation/demonstration of
all Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) products, equipment and services for
Transportation Systems Management (TSM). This new process applies to all technology firms/businesses
(vendors) and is being implemented to improve transparency in the process of researching and
identifying products suitable to the needs of TSM for NJDOT as well as to ensure an opportunity for
all interested participants to participate uniformly utilizing the same procedures.
NJDOT is interested in new TSM-related products and will schedule ITS Technology Product Presentation
opportunities to learn about new technologies and/or product updates that may assist NJDOT in meeting
its mission of developing, supporting and implementing the latest technology for ITS initiatives. ITS
Technology Product Presentations will occur on an as-needed basis.
Mobility and Systems Engineering (MSE) does not allow vendors to contact MSE or its employees
directly. Vendors interested in presenting their products must present them on ITS Technology Product
Presentation days. All inquiries regarding new ITS Technology Product presentations must made by
email only. Firms/businesses are prohibited from making unscheduled or unsolicited contact or calls.
Failure to follow these procedures may disqualify a firm/business from being considered for
All vendors interested in presenting a product must submit an
ITS Technology Product Presentation Application
(pdf 1.4m) for the appropriate ITS Technology Product Presentation day.
Presentations will be scheduled through an electronic process. Adequate notice will be provided
whenever practical prior to scheduling an ITS Technology Product Presentation day. Each ITS
Technology Product Presentation day may involve either single or multiple products to be presented
depending on the needs of NJDOT at that time. The names of firm/business and product(s) who have
presented either via webinar or in person will be posted on the NJDOT web site.
NJDOT will determine the product needed and the type of products to be demonstrated as well as
whether an in-person or webinar presentation will be requested.
Submit a separate application for each product. Submission of the application is required prior to a
presentation being scheduled by NJDOT. All applications are to be signed, dated and all attachments
must reference the specific application.
It is preferable for all applications to be submitted electronically in PDF format. However, should
attachments require mailing, or if a CD/DVD is submitted, include a printed copy of the application
with any mailings and mail to the address provided on the application.
If you need assistance with the application, please email your inquiry.
Note: The application file listed above is in Portable Document
Format (PDF). You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available free from the
state Adobe Access page, to view the
file. If the Application link does not open the PDF, right click on the link and download the
file to your computer.
- Prior to contacting MSE with any new service or commodity proposal, please contact the Division
of Procurement at 609.530.6355 for instructions on how to become a State Contract vendor.
- ITS Technology Product Presentations are not a tool to research and/or develop
a company’s product for use in a transportation agency.
- NJDOT use or approval of a product is not to be used in advertising
endorsement of the listed product.
- Individual use of NJDOT name as a client of a specific product requires prior
- Acceptance or approval of a product for presentation is not to be construed as
a NJDOT commitment to purchase, recommend or specify a particular product.
- When requested, a sample for lab/field evaluation shall be provided/arranged for a set
period of time (to be determined based on the type of product), with prior written approval
from NJDOT. The firm/business must arrange for installation and decommissioning of the product
upon initial completion of the evaluation period at no cost to the State.
- Any information provided may be released to the public. Therefore, any information a firm
may not wish to be in the public realm should not provide it.
NJDOT anticipates all presentations will not exceed 60 minutes. However, NJDOT may set a different
schedule in its advertisements.
In addition to the basics and function of the product being discussed, presentations must be able to
address questions and provide information about the product, including the product’s function, cost
and necessary additional equipment and/or support available and/or required.
Note: The time needed by the presenter to set up or break down must
be within the time slot provided. The time frame for presentation may be reduced, at
NJDOT’s discretion, for late arrivals.