MTDHOUSE Brasil was founded in 1986, being the pioneer in the implementation of important technological projects in Brazil, having large institutions as customers, representing various business segments.
In its product and services portfolio, MTDHOUSE Sistemas Brasil develops systems, among other activities, upgrades technological, operational and service structures, as well as promotes the training of technical teams of its customers.
OUR CUSTOMER BASE IN BRAZIL
CNI | Confederação Nacional da Indústria,
SENAI | Serviço Nacional de Aprendizagem Industrial,
SESI | Serviço Social da Indústria,
SEBRAE | Serviço Brasileiro de Apoio às Micro e Pequenas Empresas.
FIRJAN | Federação das Indústrias do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Commercial Association Federations, working jointly with the governmental organisations for the register of Companies (Boards of Trade) in the States of Rio de Janeiro, Espírito Santo, Piauí, Ceará, Goiás and Rio Grande do Norte.
The Municipalities of Rio das Ostras, Búzios, Carapebus, Casimiro de Abreu and Cabo Frio.
Founded in 1991, belonging to the MTDHOUSE Group, with expertise in urban mobility projects, it operates in the segment of technologies for the development, adaptation and modernisation of traffic control and management bodies of the national fleet of vehicles, as well as for the private road and highway concessionaires.
A pioneer company in the implementation of traffic control systems of the most important highways in the city of Rio de Janeiro, such as the Rio-Niterói Bridge, the Yellow Line and the Rio-Teresópolis Highway.
It developed the initial studies and was the first company to implement SINIAV (National Automated Vehicle Identification System), both in the pilot project for DETRAN-RJ (Rio de Janeiro State Department of Transit) and in the installation and operation of the SINIAV to the State of Rondônia, the first to implement the system.
The systems developed by Seagull for SINIAV are the most important tools available to improve the flow of vehicles regarding traffic areas in major cities, highways, borders, logistics and control of the Brazilian fleet of vehicles, currently estimated at 85 million vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, buses and trucks.