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Rekor Systems Intelligent Infrastructure Solutions Selected for AWS Partner Network and Public Sector Partner Program

May 13, 2022  By Blue Line Staff

May 2022 – Rekor Systems, Inc. has announced the availability of its cloud-based Transportation Management Platform within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). The Platform has been certified as “Well-Architected” to function in a cloud-based environment. APN is a global community of partners who leverage AWS to build solutions and services for customers.

Now available to thousands of global AWS customers on-demand, Rekor’s Transportation Management Platform and Roadway Monitoring & Response application bring transportation managers, traffic agencies, mobility managers, and law enforcement departments unmatched real-time situational awareness, incident detection, predictive crash mitigation, reporting and analytics, and cross-agency coordination and communication tools, all on a common backplane. Rekor intelligent infrastructure solutions allow governments and commercial stakeholders to help cities and regions plan for enhanced public safety, better mobility, and improve citizens lives through better traffic and incident management.

“Improving transportation management, public safety, and urban mobility planning through intelligent infrastructure is an imperative for government agencies charged with managing infrastructure, congested highways, and roadways around the world,” said Rekor President David Desharnais. “Extending the reach and availability of our offerings through AWS will allow us to further strengthen our platform by gaining access to more data points and feeds, enhancing our AI, and increasing the benefit of Rekor’s solution suite to the community.”

By joining APN, Rekor will streamline collaboration with customers who already operate on AWS and facilitate easier migration to the cloud for new users of its solutions. Rekor expects several more of its applications to gain APN certification within the next month.


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