USPT

AcronymDefinition
USPTUnited States Physics Team
USPTUS Public Technologies (photo enforcement technology)
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This confirmation by the USPT office has given us a huge leg up on those companies working within the predictive input arena," commented Frank Evanshen, WordLogic's President and CEO.
For 12 of the 16 USPT members, this will be the first time competing on this world stage.
Of course you are looking to beat the USPT member next to you, but you are always willing to help them do their best as well if needed.
To register for the USPT Acrobatic Trials, please visit USPizzaTeam.
Lockheed Martin IMS' purchase of USPT comes at a time when a growing number of cities and counties throughout North America are turning to photo enforcement technology as a powerful weapon in the fight against aggressive driving," said Lockheed Martin IMS President and CEO John Brophy.
The USPT acquisition positions Lockheed Martin IMS to provide cities and counties with a full spectrum of turnkey photo enforcement services tailored to meet their individual needs, from intersection engineering and violation capture to registered owner inquiry, citation issuance, payment processing, collection and interface with local court systems.
For the past two years, USPT has been a strategic partner with Lockheed Martin IMS in providing photo enforcement services.
For the past two years, USPT has been our strategic partner in providing photo enforcement services to a growing number of cities trying to combat aggressive driving.
USPT, a privately owned company, which has been in business since 1988, will continue to operate out of its headquarters in San Diego.
Alan Viterbi, founder, president and CEO of USPT, will continue to oversee the operation as a vice president within Lockheed Martin IMS' Municipal Services division.
USPT has 27 red light and photo radar contracts in the U.
The acquisition of USPT will help Lockheed Martin IMS maintain its leading position in offering cities innovative and cost-effective solutions," Wrigley said.