Introducing

Proxi


The future of crash avoidance is the ability to act beyond reading and reporting

Fast and Sobering Facts

86% of fatal accidents occur from speeding, reckless and distracted driving

In 2016 alone, over 40,000 Americans died as a result of a car accident

That same year, 4.6 Million people were injured or disabled

Those are pretty sobering statistics - the worst part?

These car accidents are all preventable.

Introducing Proxi

by ITFT (Innovative Technology for Transportation)

We are focused on lowering these statistics and saving lives. Until now, there has been no single solution that prevents speeding and reckless driving.

What is Proxi?

Proxi is a patented technology that allows you to program alerts to notify you when a driver speeds, drives recklessly or uses their cellphone while driving. Even better? It can actually prevent those behaviors as well.

Keep Your Car At Safe Driving Speeds

Program Proxi to your preferences to prevent your vehicle from surpassing a threshold over posted speed limits.

You Pick Apps Allowed While Driving

Choose the apps you or your child can use while driving (music, navigation) and ensure that the rest won’t open while the vehicle is being driven!

Cheap Solution For Distracted Driving

At an estimated cost of only $25/month, Proxi is an affordable solution to the ever-growing problem of distracted driving.

More than anything, we want to prevent accidents and save lives.

Unlike other single point solutions on the market, Proxi is a comprehensive product that actually prevents these causes of accidents from happening. Yes, just let that sink in for a second…if a driver attempts to speed, Proxi can prevent the car from speeding.

Coincidentally, Proxi also reduces transportation costs like gas, insurance and maintenance. Talk about a win-win.

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Click here to download a PDF copy of our 2016 Annual Report, or you can access our 2016 Annual Report, along with our other filings with the SEC, here.