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ZeroTraffic's involvement in the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems began with the founding of a predecessor company in 1981, which employed the initial ZeroTraffic employees. Our very first project was the implementation of intelligent traffic signal control software for the former Metro Toronto Traffic Control Centre (MTTCC). We continued to be involved in the implementation and post-delivery support for this system throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s.

In the early 1990s, MTTCC awarded the staff at ZeroTraffic the Central MUX Integration (CMI) project. This program had the objective of integrating a legacy multiplexer and the traffic cell software previously developed by ZeroTraffic onto a new QNX-based platform. The software consisted of three main components - the Systems Software, CMUX Emulator and Traffic Task. This software was delivered to MTTCC in 1993.

Further work for MTTCC followed, including a rework of the Metro Transportation's plan change system, a communication reconfiguration project, and a requirements analysis and feasibility study for the proposed Traffic Signal Control System. In the mid 1990s, ZeroTraffic's core team performed an upgrade of the Metro Transportation Traffic Signal Control System (TSCS) for Metro Toronto Transportation.

From 2005 to 2011, ZeroTraffic's experience include actively involved in the development of the Ontario Ministry of Transportation's Next Generation COMPASS System (NGCS). The NGCS replace the existing infrastructure in the COMPASS Traffic Operations Centres (TOCs) which has been in operation since 1991. The COMPASS system is the freeway traffic management system for all the 400-series freeways in the Province of Ontario, including Highway 401, which includes the busiest stretch of highway in North America.

Our chief engineers delivered to MTO in 2015 a light version of NGCS which can be deployed within smaller jurisdictions and have been supporting MTO in the maintenance, upgrades and roll-out of the ITS software.

Meet Our Experts

ZeroTraffic's qualified team is comprised of industry veterans with expertise in providing proven software solutions to military, governmental and scientific organizations worldwide.


  • Stuart Berkowitz, CEO and President
  • Kristopher Huber, Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
  • Rajesh Jha, VP of Engineering
  • Roberta Webber-Manners, Project Engineer
  • Stuart Berkowitz, CEO and President

    Stuart Berkowitz, CEO and President

    Prior to Zerotraffic, Stuart founded Array Systems Computing Inc. while he was a Ph.D. student at the University of Toronto, in 1981. He received a BSc in Computer Science from Cornell University in 1975, and achieved a MS in Mathematics from the University of Illinois in 1976. He has written several papers and articles in mathematics and new technologies. He devised the fastest parallel method for inverting a matrix or computing the determinant. He has two patents.

    He founded, operated and sold Array Telecom Inc, specializing in Voice Over Internet Protocol, to Comdial in 1998 and VoiceGenie Technologies Inc, a Voice XML company, to Alcatel in 2006. VoiceGenie had number one North American market share in 2004 according to the Gartner Group. These spin out efforts capitalized on promising technologies pioneered by Array Systems Computing Inc. He is planning on other spinouts. Stuart was an active member of the Young Presidents Organization and was on the board of the World Presidents Organization in Toronto. In 1994 and again in 1995, he was honoured as one of the Top 100 Ontario Entrepreneurs.

  • Kristopher Huber, Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

    Kristopher Huber, Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

    As the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of ZeroTraffic, Kris surveys and assesses the impact of new and emerging technologies on the company. He guides the company on its technical direction, and through consultation with clients and stakeholders develops new technologies and strategies for improving the company's competitive performance within a given industry.

    Kris has 10 years of R&D expertise emphasizing the development of relevant and innovative research initiatives. Before becoming the CTO ofZerotraffic, Kris served as the CTO and Manager of R&D of Array for 9 years . Kris received his PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2005 from McMaster University.

  • Rajesh Jha, VP of Engineering

    Rajesh Jha, VP of Engineering

    As VP of Engineering, Rajesh manages the engineering department and oversees all projects within ZeroTraffic. He has over fifteen years of experience managing projects in application areas such as sonar, radar, remote sensing, modelling and simulation, and intelligent transportation systems.

    Rajesh has an M.A.Sc. degree in Engineering from the University of Toronto and B.Tech. degree in Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. He also has his Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification.

  • Roberta Webber-Manners, Project Engineer

    Roberta Webber-Manners, Project Engineer

    Roberta has over 19 years of experience as a Software Engineer, Software Lead and Project Engineer on a wide range of sonar, radar and intelligent transportation systems at Array.

    Roberta received her D.Phil in Engineering Science and M.Eng. degree in Engineering and Computing Science, both at the University of Oxford.

    Roberta has significant experience in ITS systems, she has implemented, delivered and provided support in roll-out and post production for a number of systems for the Next Generation COMPASS System (NGCS) for Ministry of Transportation, Ontario (MTO). Roberta designed and implemented the Database Manager (DBM) Distributed Function which integrates with the NGCS Traffic Manager (TM), DMS Message Writer (DMSMW) and Browser-Based User Interface (BBUI) functions to complete the Next Generation COMPASS System (NGCS) intelligent transportation system traffic control centre software. She also led the design, implementation and delivery of the NGCS-Lite

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